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Heather (Linnea Quigley), the deaf-mute sister of Brenda (Linda Blair) is gang-raped in a drawn-out, violent scene at the beginning of this routine vengeance movie, a scene that provides the motivation for Brenda's rampage through the rest of the film. Dressed in a special outfit that bares enough skin to suit the standards of this genre and armed with a crossbow, Brenda goes after the young punks in the "Scars" gang who raped her sister -- with predictably gory results. Surrounding this miniature Charles Bronson is a society burdened with parodies of "good" people: the school principal who is only superficially tough, and the upper-class teens whose thought processes were arrested shortly after kindergarten. Stereotypical and transparent, this teen movie is interesting because it does promote a woman in a "hero" role, but the subject matter and violence will not appeal to everyone. ~ Eleanor Mannikka, Rovi

Crew

Danny Steinmann
Director
Johnny C. Strong III
Producer
Norman Yonemoto
Screenwriter
Danny Steinmann
Screenwriter
John D'Andrea
Composer (Music Score)
Michael Lloyd
Composer (Music Score)
Bruce Stubblefield
Editor
Ninkey Dalton
Art Director
Cleve Landsberg
Associate Producer
Michael Franzese
Executive Producer
B.J. Davis
Set Designer
Nancy Arnold
Set Designer
Ninkey Dalton
First Assistant Director
B.J. Davis
Stunts
B.J. Davis
Stunts Coordinator
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