Phil the Demon returns, this time to grant the wish of a lonely teenage girl, named Lori, who lacks the looks and voluptuous bosoms of her girlfriends. But as always, there is a price to ... See full summary »
When an elvin village is taken over by the goblin warlord Vondruke, and one of their kinswoman Marge is taken captive, a young elf girl named Heatherial must seek out the one they call ... See full summary »
A group of teenagers set up the annual Halloween's Haunted House exhibit. Teen Ape finds himself a large breasted lover, but the gang accidentally wake up The Destroyer - an ancient evil god that takes out its deadly wrath on the gang.
Based on the classic 1992 horror film by Director Todd Jason Cook, this REMAKE adds a more over the top comedy, gore, one-liners and BOOBS! Jimmy Fisher is the typical nerd who winds up the... See full summary »
For his third Filthy McNasty film, writer/director Chris Seaver pulls a sex-change switcheroo: this time around, it's a female sex demon that is summoned after Clavell Mandanglo (Jason McCall) gets his best friend Juliana (Jen Stone) to a perform a witchcraft ritual to make him well endowed. Unfortunately for Clavell, his celebratory par-tay the following evening is crashed by the demon, Dartagnan (Meredith Host), who proceeds to kill the guests.
As before, totally off-the-wall characters (think John Waters, Troma, and Bo' Selecta!) and tasteless gags involving all manner of bodily parts and functions are the order of the day. If anything, Seaver goes even further with the depravity. Obviously, this is all aimed at a very select audience, but if you enjoyed the first two films, then have at it. You might as well watch 'em all.
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