Dir: Robert Bouvier
IMDB Rating: 3.6
The film is off to a good start as the first killing is a homage to the Psycho shower scene except it is a male victim and I thought that was kind of a cool twist and a neat way to open a slasher flick that is supposedly aimed to a homosexual audience.After that setting the tone we are off to a male strip joint where a popular Mustached performer named He-Man shakes what his mother gave him for all the cities horny old ladies. After he leaves for the evening he is run down by a mysterious van and slashed to death. City detectives are quickly on the case and they notice that the letter M has been carved on both victims bodies when found. After these two first opening segments I thought I had picked a winner because it was delivering all the campiness I had hoped for yet still managed to keep a serious tone. Sadly that all changes pretty quickly as the film grinds to a halt as we meet the films main characters. One being a talk radio host Dave Miller who is feuding with local news paper writer A flamboyant older man named Alex Ramsey. The two are constantly at each others throats in debate over the notorious "M" Killer. While these two takes stabs at each other verbally, M continues to Stab several innocent victims throughout the city.
When it comes to queer cinema I think I will stick to my "Ticked Off Trannies With Knives". Thank you very much.It's too bad because I really feel this film had some promise with it's source material, it just never quite hit the marks it could have.
Overall: 3 out of 10