A mad scientist name Anton Lupesky invents a drug that can free the soul of the user and allow them to posses the bodies of corpses. The horrible side effect is sometimes fatal hallucinations that leave the survivors incurably mad.
Three sexy young women in figure hugging leotards are H.A.R.M.'s agents sent after a stolen Tibetan artifact that can have damaging results if handled by evil people - like those under the ... See full summary »
I'm still recovering from watching this and will do a more in-depth review in my zine. I just had to tell the world how awesome this film is RIGHT NOW! It's far superior to the SCOOBY-DOO and JOSIE & THE PUSSYCATS adaptations that hit theatres. This film is a sublimely over-the-top homage to luchadore horror films, wacky '60's AIP comedies, and any '70's cartoon where bands solve crimes. Great costumes that only psychotronic fans can appreciate, a beautiful cast, and a '69 Chrysler Newport!
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