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Cult Movie Essentials: Savage Streets (1984)

Directed by Danny Steinmann, Savage Streets stars Linda Blair as Brenda, a young girl who has a deaf-mute younger sister Called Heather (Linnea Quigley). One night Brenda and Heather are out with their friends and are nearly runover by Jake (Robert Dryer) the leader of The Scars – a terrifying local gang. In an attempt at revenge the girls trash Jake’s car but this backfires on Brenda in a big way as Jake gets The Scars to gang-rape Heather. Later Brenda and her friends brawl with The Scars in a nightclub but the brawl costs Brenda the life of her pregnant friend Francine (Lisa Freeman) who is thrown off a viaduct by The Scars.

Brenda soon learns that it is Jake and The Scars who are responsible for Heather’s rape and that Francine’s death and sets out to get revenge!

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Founded Cult Faction in 2014; previously crawled out of the Black Lodge in 1976, only to find himself in the Village.

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