begins with schoolgirl Janie having sex with a man old enough to be her
father because... well, he IS her father (!). After
a bit of bump-n-grind, they settle into pillowtalk as Janie tells dad
about her day and how she ended up in his bed. It all started when Janie
and a student-friend decided to play hooky and hitch a ride with a horny
middle-aged lech. She convinces her friend to fuck the guy outside in
the grass and then unexpectedly plows over the couple with the car, killing
them both. Janie feels no remorse, in fact, she's excited by the carnage...
and masturbates. This is the first of the girl's psychotic stories which
also include knifing a man who follows her to the beach, and then slicing
a lesbian to death with a razor-blade. All this bloody mayhem has made
Janie 'hot for daddy' so she calls him and arranges an afternoon meeting.
Before leaving her house, she pauses at a bedroom keyhole to watch her
drunk stepfather beat her mom to death. This again causes Janie to masturbate
(which she had also done after the previous two murders). Finally, it's
off to daddy's house where she's greeted by her father's girlfriend. They
exchange some hostilities which result in Janie strangling the woman with
her belt. After dumping the body in the bathtub, her dad comes home. They
hop into bed and make passionate love while Janie amuses him with the
stories of her day. But he's no longer laughing when he goes to the bathroom
and finds his girlfriend's dead body. Instead, Janie is arrested. The
Whew! Is there a sleazier, more perverse roughie from the '70s?
mind boggling excursion into bad taste stars the virtually unknown Mary
Jane Carpenter in the title role. It's wildly believed that she is actually
Linda Vair, a soft-core sex player from the late '60s credited as director
and narrator the Grindhouse production Sex Family Robinson.
But regardless, she disappeared after JANIE.
the more curious story lies in the identity of the director. While the
onscreen credit belongs to Jack Bravman, this has been long disputed.
Despite a filmography that insists the late Jack Bravman was born in Quebec
Canada, 1926, and produced films under numerous pseudonyms including J.
Angel Martine, Wizard Glick, and Seaman Losch, there is reason to believe
that he didn't exist at all. In the biography Porn King, John
Holmes wrote 'Jack Bravman (and thus, J Angel Martine) was merely a pseudonym
used by filmmakers Michael and Roberta Findlay.' Interestingly, both Michael
and Roberta appear in this film. Michael is the man killed on the beach
and Roberta is the narrator. This movie is stylistically similar to other
Findlay projects of the time, especially their FLESH
WOMAN'S TORMENT and the notorious SNUFF.
American film in English Language; fullscreen format,
fully uncut 67 minutes; DVD encoded for ALL REGION NTSC WORLD FORMAT.
Extras include selected trailers.
Violence/Rape/Nudity/Gore/Strong Sexual Themes
for Adult Audiences