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Posted by acromero (Member # 5102) on :
I'm sure this was an 80's movie.I remember seeing it as a kid.There was this girl who was trying to get home and she was thrown over a bridge by this gang(?)Her sister/friend seeks revenge and she becomes this tough chick who goes after these guys and starts to kill them.
Posted by JCWBobC (Member # 2525) on :
Savage Streets with Linda Blair.
Posted by mamamiasweetpeaches (Member # 1715) on :
Oh yes, they rape her deaf sister (Linnea Quigley) and throw her pregnant best friend off a bridge and Linda Blair goes all crossbow vigilante on them! Have it on VHS!
Posted by Jessie the Sunflower Goddess (Member # 1877) on :
I haven't seen this one either. Is it on DVD?
Posted by JCWBobC (Member # 2525) on :
It's not on DVD so I transferred my tape to DVD and watch it every now & then.

Posted by Booger (Member # 4569) on :
A small studio released it on dvd in 2003. It is a hard one to come by though. Here's the dvd details:

Product Details

Actors: Linda Blair, John Vernon, Robert Dryer, Johnny Venocur, Sal Landi
Directors: Danny Steinmann
Format: Color, NTSC
Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only)
Number of discs: 1
Studio: Jef Films Inc.
DVD Release Date: September 11, 2003
Run Time: 93 minutes

Not currently available on Amazon.

Here's the dvd artwork

It's also in the dvd aficionado database

There are some available on ebay but I would ask before I bid if they are the studio release or dvd-r.
Posted by marsape (Member # 5135) on :
This movie is a scifi comeday about a family of moon aliens that get sucked up by an earthling moon probe, they come to earth and take up citizenship in the U.S, but from memory all goes wrong etc..., I believe it was eighties as i remember we first watched it on our sony betamax, i've looked everywhere on the net but this plot just doesn't get me any answers, your help is much appreciated
Posted by thornbrd (Member # 6187) on :
It has been officialy released on dvd by Televista and you can buy it even from

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