From The Grindhouse Cinema Database

Bummer (1973, USA) is a Rock N' Roll themed film directed by William Allen Castleman.


Main Details

  • Released in 1973
  • Color
  • Running Time: 90 Min.
  • Production Co: Entertainment Ventures Inc. (EVI)
  • Distribution Co: Entertainment Ventures Inc. (EVI) (1973) (USA) (theatrical) | Frontier Amusements (1973) (Canada)
  • Directed by William Allen Castleman
  • Written by Alvin L. Fast
  • Starring Kipp Whitman, Dennis Burkley, Connie Strickland, Carol Speed, Diane Lee Hart, David Buchanan
  • Produced by William Allen Castleman, David F. Friedman
  • Original Music by William Loose
  • Cinematography by Gary Graver
  • Film Editing by Al Teeter

Plot Summary

  • A touring small-time rock band called The Group picks up a couple of groupies. One night, the band's drunken, hulking bass player goes nuts and rapes the girls. The band refuses to believe that he's trouble, which leads to more tragedy.

Also Known As

  • The Sadist


  • Group and Groupies ... Sometimes ... It's a Groove ... and Sometimes It's a ... Bummer | You Don't Have to Assault a Groupie...You Just Have to Ask..! | A violent screwed-up world..! | With Losers, It's a Way of Life! | A Far Out Trip Through a Hard Rock Tunnel
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