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Jean-Marc Rocher <email@example.com>
She may be blind, but she knows a raw deal when she see one.
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The Troma video release differs from the Mogul release. Troma placed footage from the graveyard scene with a credits montage at the beginning, whereas the Mogul video release has all of the credits at the end. See more »
saw this movie when i was about ten years old. it was terrible. a blind girl shooting cannibals? i don't think so. this movie is worth watching just for the comedy factor. it contains all the awful stereotypes unique to bad horror.
its hard not to appreciate the visual effects. such as the same 'exploding' paper mache cannibal head on a broom handle every time a cannibal confederate zombie is shot. if you're having a 'bad' movie night - this movie is a must have.
the whole premise of the movie is not overly stupid compared with the subject matter of some other horror movies. it is the execution that is appalling. the budget must have been the change from the purchase of a hot dog.
i saw this movie again June 2006 - as i thought my previous comments may have been a little harsh. - They were not. This movie really is that bad.
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