House on the Edge of the Park
Dir: Ruggero Deodato
Ruggero Deodato immediately followed up the controversial Cannibal Holocaust, with the mean-spirited rapefest, House on the Edge of the Park. Eight years after Last House On The Left, David Hess marks his return to forced entry before the opening credits even begin. When a ride down the freeway turns into a nightmare for a young woman when she catches the eye of Alex, who is driving alongside her.
It isn't long before he is getting ready to go out again. But not before performing a last minute car repair for a young couple. Who invite Alex and his not altogether there friend Ricky to a "get together" that they are headed to. Note that Alex has already donned the trophy necklace that he stole from his victim. Also it's important to gather that Alex grabs a straight razor at the last minute.
It doesn't take long for Alex to appraise the situation at the house. Ricky is incited to dance wildly despite Alex's disapproval. He knows that these rich socialites look down on him and his friend. However, he is determined to make the best of the situation.
Shower hijinks ensue. Here we get a good look at the lovely Annie Bell, who as the character of Lisa, mercilessly teases Alex. This is a highlight of the film for me. Not only do we get a guilt free view of a beautiful woman (nothing is forced here), it is also one of the few times that Alex is denied, and he accepts the denial (albeit briefly). It's hard to feel bad for a rapist. Anyhoo, before long, Alex is left alone to nurse his boner.