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Adam Rifkin should not have used his 'Rif Coogan' pseudonym on PSYCHO COP 2. If he thinks a supposed A-list release like the unfortunately boring DETROIT ROCK CITY is something to be proud of, he needs to revert back to the mindset he was in while making this fun fest. After a nifty title sequence, PSYCHO COP 2 settles in to tell the tale of an after hours bachelor party at an office building. Various people die when the PSYCHO COP shows up and Julie Strain runs around in chaps. That's the plot.
Now the acting, while amateurish, gains your acceptance because the actors are naturally appealing. The script is fast, funny and never pretends to be something it's not. Sometimes the one liners are groaners but you seem to let it go, because the film's vibe is inviting you to come along, not holding you in contempt for watching this kind of picture. The only problem is all the gore effects have been excised to secure an R rating. The cuts are jumpy and ragged during those deletions and the after effects are too quickly shown. If there could possibly be a director's cut, PSYCHO COP 2 could be a guilty pleasure classic for us horror fans. So listen up, Rifkin! Make it happen. People actually like this film. I'm proud to say I do.
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