Burt has a cleaning company and hires four women to clean an isolated house. They find an old book, a dagger and a soul shred and when one of them, Megan, reads an incantation, she unleashes an evil beast in our world.
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Four sexy young girls are to clean an old house for the new owners. They get delivered an old book full of magic incantations, and while reading it they accidentally bring a cartoon character to life. The cartoon character likes the blood of young girls... Written by
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Writer/director Fred Olen Ray initially pitched the idea for this picture to legendary exploitation movie producer Roger Corman. Ray told Corman he could make the film for only $250,000 dollars. Corman turned Ray down on the grounds that said budget was too low. So Ray made the picture on his own for only $140,000 dollars. See more »
Blood appears on Roxanne's collar as she attacks Biff. See more »
You little bitch! I'll get you in the sequel for this!
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Just before the opening sequence: "The story you are about to see is true. Nothing has been changed. These are the actual people who lived this great adventure and this is exactly the way it really happened. I truly believe this. (signature) Fred Olen Ray" See more »
"Who Framed Roger Rabbit" meets "The Exorcist"! And yeah, how come Dick Miller has never won an Oscar?
"Evil Toons" is one of many wacky comedy-horror flicks deliberately not taking itself seriously. This one has four twentyish women staying in an old mansion to spend the weekend cleaning it. A strange old man (David Carradine) gives them a book, which they read and release an evil spirit that materializes as a lecherous canine cartoon character and goes after the girls one by one.
Of course, the movie's main strength is the women's nude scenes. Roxanne does a striptease, Megan fondles herself in front of a mirror, and there's other things. In fact, the DVD precedes the movie with an introduction by director Fred Olen Ray...and he's surrounded by naked women with breasts the size of watermelons. Really cool! (does it make me a chauvinist pig for saying that?) But overall, this is just a very funny movie. Probably the neatest character is B-movie veteran Dick Miller as the boss. In one scene, he watches Roger Corman's "A Bucket of Blood" - starring himself - and wonders why the star never won an Academy Award. I agree. On the Oscars just this past Sunday, they missed another chance to award him! Also starring Arte Johnson as the neighbor.
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