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Chris Huntley, who designed and built the models used for the creature the crew would affectionately come to refer to as "Binky", swears its obvious resemblance to a vagina was completely unintentional. See more »
My boss at the time and showed it to us at a Halloween party at our office. He is the Chris Huntley that co-wrote and acted in it. He knows it's bad, we know it's bad and we all agree that the monster looks WAY too much like a vagina to be coincidence. Maybe it was from a gynocological experiment gone wrong.
It was a VERY low budget and the actors were all friends so what you have here is a case of "hey gang, lets' put on a show".
Nobody got hurt and it was a first attempt. Nothing wrong with that. It gave us all a good laugh and it's a great film to watch with friends and make fun of. :-)
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