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I used to think that Monster a Go-Go was the second worst movie of all time. I was wrong. This jaw dropper takes the award. Manos the Hands of Fate is still the worst movie of all time but this comes close. The plot has something to do with a hearing aid. Yes a hearing aid. The acting is either non-existent or beyond terrible, the sound is inaudible and the plot is nothing. This movie is also extremely offensive and is as incomprehensible a thing as you're ever going to see. I do have to admit that the seance scene is extremely hilarious and it's also one of the worst and most pointless scenes ever put on film. This is one of those movies that your friends did in high school as a class project. If you look at it like that, you can get great comedic value out of this. But there's no escaping it's as bad a movie as has ever existed. .7/10
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