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Horrifyingly bad, this little chunk of cinematic feces ranks up there with "Drive-In Massacre" in terms of banality. The title really is the best part of the film--we rented it on a lark, supposing that it was going to be horrible (but in the good horrible/MST3K category) and wound up loathing ourselves and felt ashamed for laying down the fifty-two cents for the rental fee. Not recommended for those recovering from massive head trauma, pregnant women, children under ten or small Mexican dogs.
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