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Picked this sucker up in the bargain bin at probably the last remaining video store in TX. When I saw score by "Kip Winger", how could I resist?! Overall, I would say it's a satisfying viewing experience if you are in the right frame of mind. It's slow at first with some padded out dialogue. But, once it gets rolling with some grisly deaths, it's quite creative and oddly funny. There's also a nice thick layer of cheese on it which helps some of the bad acting go down. And some great/weird quotes such as "Marco Polo bitches!", and "damn Stu, you got the crack wet". Major pacing problems won't make this required viewing for casual horror fans. But those that like weird, genre jumping b-movies with some creative deaths, will be happy enough.
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