Zipperface was adapted and parodied as "Zipperface!!?!: The Hobo Musical" by a group of Rutgers University graduates, and performed Off-Broadway in 2009. The play is a satirical rebuke of movie-musicals, and includes such songs as "Scalia Hates Lisa Rider" and "Well, I Killed Another S&M Hooker Tonight" See more »
This film takes horror to another level. A truly unique, edge of your seat thrill ride of hellish fear. The character of "Zipperface" is so sickeningly deranged (yet twistedly realistic), there were moments where I had to pause my VCR in order to wretch uncontrollably out of sheer terror. As "Zipperface" descents into a whirlwind of madness, I was almost able to feel his grasp on his own sanity frantically slipping into a maniacal world. Nearly paralyzed by his demonic acts, I watched as he unremorsfully murdered not one, but SEVERAL hookers with a variety of bone chilling devices of torture. The unfortunate whores were only able to scream for a mere moment before their inevitable demise, but those very screams haunted my mind and soul for days. Although I purchased this terrifying film at the dollar store, I feel it was almost worth the money, and would even go as far as saying it could be categorized with such classics as: "Bride of Chucky", "Ninja Cheerleaders", and "Nympho Zombies". Bravo, to the entire cast and crew! I am still anxiously awaiting the sequel!
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