Quinn Taylor and his friend Nick are on their way back from Mexico with a load of Spanish Fly to sell in the States. They stop at a gentlemen's club called The Devil's Den and decide to test out their product on the unsuspecting women there. Only, these women aren't really human, and the two men find themselves in a very fatal position. Also tossed in are a female-assassin on the hunt for Quinn, a monster hunter who just happened to stumble into everything, a Japanese swordsman who doesn't really exist and even Satan himself who have to deal with the situation once all hell breaks loose Written by
If you're a fan of classic horror comedies, and you're a fan of classic Samurai movies, then this is the movie for you. It was for me. This film is entertaining, from the opening scene with Quinn and his buddy, to the end credit roll (good stuff to watch there too). It never stops, it never even really slows down since even the moments without a lot of action are pretty funny, and most importantly - my number one rule for any film- it never gets boring.
I read a couple of things comparing this movie to Dusk to Dawn. If you go looking for that, you might be disappointed. The production value is too different. This was maybe one tenth the budget, if that. But in my opinion, the story was better. And the action was better. If you disagree with me, go watch back and watch Sex Machine in Dusk to Dawn doing a slow back flip off the pool table and tell me that it was really good action. Not to mention, this movie has Samurai swords, and people who really know how to use them. And plenty of blood and jokes to go with them. Its worth watching. You won't be disappointed.
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