Slightly amusing only because it is so bloody awful
Occasionally, *slightly* amusing (only because it is so bloody awful) anthology, probably assembled in about two weeks on a budget of about $500. An already-dead combat soldier introduces a story of nightmarish trauma from a slaughter in Vietnam in the overlong first story, "The Bootmaker", as fog machines work double-time. The second story, "Choice Cuts" was unwatchably boring. Only some decent looking female nudity kept me awake during this segment. The film benefits by putting its least awful segment at the very end: "That's Showbiz" has an awful actor playing an awful actor blowing an audition, yet somehow getting a callback, from Satan, played by a fairly creepy looking black guy, none other than producer/ editor/ co-director J. J. Johnson Jr. III.
Ever so slightly amusing, in an awful, late-night cable television sort of way, it might be worth a look for fans of zero-budget, Z-grade fare. The 3000 views this has had on youtube is probably more than the number VHS copies of it manufactured in the 1980s when it was released originally.
2 out of 10, just for a couple of unintended laughs. Congratulations are also in order to anyone who can figure out what the hell the title has to do with the stories presented in the film.
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