#25: Stage Fright
The weakest of the ozploitation flicks I've seen so far. Also the premise is now very dated, or rather the twist itself is predictable by today's standards. That's not a fault of the film really, since for 1980 that was still something new and fresh. All the time I was watching this film, I had this gnawing feeling like I've seen another film with a similar twist/premise of a killer's motivations stemming from deep seated psychological issues. Either way, it's beautifully shot, a nice anamorphic slasher still gets points from me. I may be too harsh on this because it was just predictable, and that's a factor no doubt.