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Let's begin by stating that this movie is absolutely god-awful.
That said, I thoroughly enjoyed watching it. There is something to be said for the comedy of an insanely horrible movie. The plot? Nonsensical. The acting? Melodramatic/pornographic. The list goes on. But this doesn't change the fact that bad movies are funny.
I almost want to compare it to "Young Van Helsing", but this movie is even sadder because it's clear that some amount of money was spent on it, and someone thought it was a serious film effort, whereas with YVH, the budget's about $50, and I can't be sure it's meant to be serious.
Anyway, don't watch this movie alone, but with friends it's a great time to make fun of.
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