Lisa, Lisa ★★★

A lurid and fast-paced regional cheapie about some sadistic mobsters who try to hide out in a farm house inhabited by the slightly deranged Lisa and her invalid father. When they take their impositions too far, she teaches them a lesson with her trusty axe. It’s a decent enough effort that overcomes its low budget with some interesting scenes and okay acting—the blood soup was particularly memorable, as is the blood splattering everywhere while she hacks up the intruders. Not the best of its type, but charming nonetheless.