Friday, September 11, 2009

Abduction (2009)


Written & Directed by John Orrichio

Jacob...Tony Rugnetta
Johnny...Roberto Lombardi
Doc...Gerry Kirschbaum
Bella...Omaida Aponte

The rural town of Process, New Jersey has been around for more than 100 years, and yet it doesn't appear on any map. What this means is that most people are completely unaware of this town's existence, and those who enter it do so strictly by chance. That's how the citizens of Process like it. Secluded. Unknown. Anonymous.

Jacob, the mayor of this little burg, operates a pretty lucrative under-the-table business, with practically every one in the town involved. Tourists and stranded vacationers are quickly abducted from their room in the town's only motel (which costs a ridiculous $107 a night!) and used in whatever way is most suitable.

An attractive young female? Sold as a sex slave!
Good, wide birthing hips? Forced to breed for an illegal adoption operation!
Healthy young male? Harvested for organs, or turned into wallets!

There's no end to the evil money-making schemes!

The story here gets rolling when their latest victim turns out to be an up-and-coming Brazilian pop Star. Her entourage rolls into town to investigate, and Jacob's team has to scramble to cover their tracks.

This movie, brought to us by the same man that made the previously reviewed Dreams of the Dead is a sick and twisted throwback to the sleazy cheesies of the 1970s. Women in bondage? We got that! Scenes of torture and humiliation? We got that! Lots of bouncing breasts? Oh, we got that in spades!

The performers only stumble occasionally, and I feel that I must point out that Tony Rugnetta (the diamond in the rough in Dreams of the Dead) has a much larger and much better role here. This time around he's playing the bad guy, which suits him to a T. Gerry Kirshbaum, as the Doc, did an admirable job too, and the two of them really make this movie.

Infinitely better than Orrichio's previous effort, Abduction is definitely not for everyone...but it's definitely for someone.

And you know who you are.

Rated R
108 Minutes
United States

Abduction is currently ranked #5,458 in DVD's at Read more about it at the IMDB, rent it at Netflix, visit John Orrichio's official website, or buy it today!

"A nice place to visit, but you wouldn't want to die there..."

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