Charles Winkler, son of blockbuster producer Irwin, made his directorial bow in 1987 with YOU TALKIN' TO ME?, a nobly intended feature about an actor involved with neo-nazi religious broadcasters. After the film drew pans during an East Coast trial run, and MGM/UA dropped plans for a wider
quoted the disappointed young Winkler as remarking, "I wonder now if I shouldn't have done 'Horror Killer Invaders From Mars in Search of T&A.'" DISTURBED isn't precisely that film, but they could safely have shared a double bill.
The movie opens with a pretty patient in a mental hospital being drugged and raped by an unidentified assailant. The next d...