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George A. Romero
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Paul Salamoff (the office chair victim) was given the opportunity by getting killed off in this film as a grand prize in an episode of the Comedy Central game show "Beat the Geeks". This was confirmed by Mike Bracken, who was the special "horror" geek on the show. See more »
I'm now a famous Hollywood bitch, I mean I had to sacrifice a small baby for Satan, but things are so much better now.
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Make's "Freddy got Fingered" feel like..well not a good movie, just less crappy
Troma founder, Lloyd Kaufman is The Crapkeeper in this anthology film made up of two films that were such celluloid feces that Llyod tried to salvage them by combining the two into one anthology film and throwing in copious amounts of nudity whenever possible. Does it work? nope, it's still crap that I'd have to scrape off my boots if I stepped in it.Will anyone like this mess? Sure, Young teen aged mongoloids with the combined IQs of a Vienna sausage have to laugh at something, I guess. For those who have brains that are even semi-functioning steer clear though and watch something less insulting to your intelligence, even "Dude, Where's my car" would do.
My Grade: F
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