- John Daniels
- Tanya Boyd
- Joseph Carlo
Just what makes this so entertaining? For one, its extremely politically incorrect with just about every stereotype in the book. Blacks, whites, gays, rich, no ones safe from the screenwriters. Plus, the film has a badness that crosses over into surrealism at moments, especially the rodeo cookout. Also, its hilarious how no one can resist our hero's "charms", Mr. Jonathan. Personally I was a bit confused, because he comes across as being egotistical and dull as a dishwasher. Oh well, it all works within the context of the film. Add to this some truly silly violence (the gay hairdresser gets a curling iron up his, well you know, and the aforementioned hero's chainsaw revenge), make this lots of fun for fans of psychotronic cinema. By the way, its directed by the guy who play Acid in "Satan's Sadists", one of my personal favorite cult films.
Link to soundtrack review.
Gerald Lee - Black Shampoo (1976)