Burt has a cleaning company and hires four women to clean an isolated house. They find an old book, a dagger and a soul shred and when one of them, Megan, reads an incantation, she unleashes an evil beast in our world.
Four sexy young girls are to clean an old house for the new owners. They get delivered an old book full of magic incantations, and while reading it they accidentally bring a cartoon character to life. The cartoon character likes the blood of young girls...Written by
Johan Vromans <jv@NL.net>
At the end of the scene in which Burt (played by Dick Miller) is watching A Bucket of Blood (1959) on TV, just before turning it off, he says the line "How come this guy never won an academy award ?" The guy in question is actually Dick Miller himself. See more »
Roxanne's tank top strap when she's introduced to Mr.Hinchlow. See more »
[after suggesting that Megan go downstairs to check on Roxanne]
Either way, it's a dark, stormy night and we're rour young, attractive girls in a big, spooky house all alone. If we don't go downstairs one at a time, how will we ever get bumped off without the others knowing about it?
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Just before the opening sequence: "The story you are about to see is true. Nothing has been changed. These are the actual people who lived this great adventure and this is exactly the way it really happened. I truly believe this. (signature) Fred Olen Ray" See more »
A soft porn B Horror movie. What more can you ask for?
`Evil Toons' is a rather entertaining movie with fair to average acting, very attractive women running around with no clothes on, a not-too-bad of a plot, a very horney cartoon character with an extra long tongue, and plenty of laughable elements that make B movies so much fun. The movie isn't presented as a serious drama or even a serious comedy and one gets the impression that all the recognizable actors in it knew this in advance. After all, I hope they read the script prior to shooting.
The movie begins with the typical horror genre; Four girls are hired to stay and clean a very large, but abandoned house. While cleaning, one of them finds a creepy looking book covered in real skin that contains pornographic images of cartoons and is written entirely in Latin. And wouldn't you know it, the geeky girl knows just enough Latin to get them all into trouble. As with any movie that ends up on the B listing, there could have been many improvements that would have made this movie better - but too late now - I doubt any of the actors will do a sequel.
In short, don't expect too much more than a lot of good laughs accompanied by the shaking of your head. The movie is well worth the $5 rental fee.
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