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Johan Vromans <jv@NL.net>
I am not a huge fan of Fred Olan Ray's movies, but I find this one actually quite entertaining--in a warped way. The acting is horrifyingly bad. The special effects are not much to be desired. The plot is non-existent...Yet I am strangely fascinated every time I watch this little video. It isn't even because there are so many naked girls randomly running around. There's something weirdly exotic about seeing cartoon characters killing real life people. This movie is like "Who Framed Roger Rabbit" meets "Slumber Party Massacre." This is a cult classic. B+
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