In the sequel to Hell Comes to Frogtown, the Mutant-Frog leader of Frogtown kidnaps a professor and forces him to make a serum that will turn everyone into Frogs, they also kidnap some ...
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In the sequel to Hell Comes to Frogtown, the Mutant-Frog leader of Frogtown kidnaps a professor and forces him to make a serum that will turn everyone into Frogs, they also kidnap some people to test the serum on. And courageous Sam Hell will have to save them. Written by
Ahh, Frogtown II. I caught this thing on USA around 2AM last night... I honestly can't believe this thing was only 90 minutes. They didn't even show that many commercials... yet I was up till 5:30 watching it. Oh GOD it hurt, but I had to sit through it. Intensely low-budget fx, a hero with a really weird jaw and about three crappy scifi movies' worth of premises jammed into one make for... well... somethin. Really, I can't believe this was shot on film. It's tremendously awful... no one had any idea what they were doing. My personal favorite is the four-minute long song sung by the frog-person band, apparently just to express the movies' animosity toward the teenage mutant ninja turtle franchise. But I don't want to sell short the evil twins, cyborg frog heads or texas rocket rangers. So I'll just say... save yourself. Cause once you start watching, you'll be forced to sit there "waiting for the good part", to make sure the universe makes sense, because nothing that bad could get worse, right? Well... let's just say I don't know what to believe in any more.
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