When the Lotus Cat Food Company finds itself in financial trouble, the owners decide to find a new, cheap source of meat -- the local graveyard. Only one problem -- soon cats develop a ... See full summary »
Ted V. Mikels
A TV talk-show hostess and her boyfriend investigate a shady magician whom has the ability to hypnotize and control the thoughts of people in order to stage gory on-stage illusions using his powers of mind bending.
The original principal shoot for this film was only nine days. See more »
24m5s at the end of the Monopoly scene. See more »
Theatrical version distributed by AIP in the United States featured a "violence warning" gimmick, i.e. a horn sound played before violent sequences. This was not included in the Canadian theatrical version distributed by Cinepix. A bell rang to indicate the end of the violent scenes. This version is offered as a bonus audio track on the current DVD and Blu-Ray releases. See more »
You'd think it'd be basically impossible to make a boring film when you've got Eugene Levy with a (pretty frickin' amazing) afro, Andrea Martin, the director of Ghostbusters, and a premise involving a trio of sexy cannibals, but what do you know, somehow they found a way.
Even though it's listed as a horror comedy, it's mostly just horror, with only a vague comedic sensibility. And even in the moments where the intentional comedy is clearer, it's surprisingly not very funny considering the director and screenwriter's comedic chops as evidenced by other films like Meatballs and Stripes. The tagline "These girls do exactly what you think they do!" is actually funnier than anything in the movie.
But man, that afro...
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