Five criminals get together to rob a bank in Mexico. On his way to their rendezvous point, one of them gets into an accident, and stumbles upon the Titty Twister Bar. This little detour sets up the terror that awaits the outlaws and the officers on their trail.Written by
According to the director, the Titty Twister was supposed to be seen a lot more than it actually is but the budget did not allow it. See more »
A solar eclipse does not occur in that speed. It takes quite a long time from the beginning of the eclipse to the end. Besides that, even moon moved that fast, it would have passed in the same speed, it wouldn't come fast, waited at same point and left fast. Lastly, the moon entered the eclipse from left side of the sun and it also left from the left side. See more »
Removed from the context of its predecessor, it ain't a bad b-movie.
The special effects really do suck and the actors aren't first string, however fans of cheesy horror movies shouldn't be discouraged from checking this flick out. This is genuinely stylish with some ambitious camera work and some nice art direction touches. I think the director and the cinematographer might have been having a contest to see who could come up with the wierdest pov shot while they were shooting the picture. Also there are a few moments that are funny and border upon being clever. The porno film massacre scene had me chuckling when the donut guy got blown away. I also liked the opening Bruce Cambell(Hail to the King!) and Tiffany-Amber Thiessen elevator scene. The important thing with this movie is to forget about the first one. The first one was a kinetic, over the top, vamp slaughter-fest that was fun but hardly horror. This movie is not great, but still has the elements of a real low-budget horror movie aspiring to be something better.
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