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This is probably the lamest installment in the "Santo" series, but that doesn't mean it isn't fun! Once again, the good and noble Santo must battle mad scientists, monsters and evil masterminds before their terrible plans to take over the world come to fruition! There's a mummy, a werewolf, a vampire and his seductive assistant, a hunchbacked midget, a really stupid looking cyclops and a pretty blond girlfriend for our hero to save from them all. There's even an evil clone of the Blue Demon! It's almost sacrilege to watch these two loyal buddies kick the crap out of each other!!! The plot is threadbare, the make-up effects are AWFUL, but who cares? It's all about Santo giving the smackdown to some bad guys, both in and out of the wrestling ring. There's no gore, no nudity or sex, just lots and lots of silly butt-kicking fun. In my opinion, there's no such thing as a BAD Santo movie. There's just cheesy, cheesier and cheesiest. This is the cheesiest, but that's what makes it great. Santo fans should NOT miss this one.
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