Question about the end...


I saw the last few minutes of this movie years ago. I remember all those guys beating the psycho cop pretty badly. Then i barely remember the ending, i remember some dog barking or something, and then Pscho Cop comes out of the room with bandages or something. What happens?

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A bunch of patrons at a sports bar see Joe Vickers beating the hell out of the blonde and they all run out with hockey sticks and bats, beating up Joe. Then later, at the hospital we find out that the blonde and the black haired nerd both survive, but the camera goes down the hall to room "666", and two guards go into the room to check out some weird noises. Seconds later, Psycho Cop emerges from the room dressed as a doctor, peeling the bandage from his eye, READY TO KILL AGAIN!

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Aha, well since I posted that message last year, i eventually rented that piece of *beep* shortly after i posted the original message. And i must say, i dont know where i got the thought of a dog barking. I guess it just, sounded like it. Yeah this movie is quite a piece of *beep* I guess if the editing of the gore wasn't so bad i would treat this like a fun B-flick, but i dont. It was crap, just, terrible. The first one scenes so rare that it just doesn't exist. I never see it anywhere, i always just see part 2.

See you in the funny papers.

~Chuck T. Butcher

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There IS a dog barking in the background. I have no idea what this is meant to represent though.

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yeah...pretty weird. when i saw it again i figured it was muffled screams of the victims, or the killer cop grunting or something.

lol...when i first saw the ending to the movie back when i was like 12 or so i thought he had some kind of killer dog to help or something...

I didnt see the whole movie that time so i thought anything could've been possible.



See you in the funny papers

~Chuck T. Butcher

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I worked on this movie as a Key Set P.A. Yes, the plot is very weak... if there is indeed any plot. But, the script was quite funny. The writer was/is one of the writer's for the Simpsons. I remember we shot at the Bank of America building in Burbank from 4:30pm-9am for three weeks straight.

-Troy

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