When the cops awaken, the side of the cop car says "ICE" on it since the back door is missing and only the front door is there. Later, when the killer donuts escape from the house and get into the car, the car now says "LICE" on it, as now that part is just on the front door. See more »
This movie seems like a Roger Corman flick, just a lot better. There's basically no plot or budget or wide shots but somehow it's still not too bad. So it's about a 30 year old man who still lives at home with his 35 year old mom and elderly uncle. The uncle has invented a re-animation serum that can somehow re-animate things that were never animated, like donuts. We see three cars in this movie and through the use of the tight shot they almost make you believe that they are on roads but if you pay attention, it's clear they are not. At one point they even drive through an area where there appears to be snow on the ground. Maybe they're in a cold place? Well considering that we clearly see 2 of the 3 license plates and they are California and Florida, I doubt that. Not to be out done, the extremely fake cop car has a plate from a different state. The donut shop is obviously an empty store front they rented. They even make a fake soda label, while turning the Shasta bottles so you can't read the whole label. There's just so much stuff that doesn't make sense. After the stars get fired/quit the donut shop they have no problem getting in it in the middle of the night. The girl is wearing a sleeveless rock band t-shirt like she's a 40 year old metal fan in the 90s and for the majority of the movie you can see large portions of her bra. In the morning when she wakes up after sex not only is her bra on but it's a different bra. I could spend all day tearing apart this movie but I'm done. Still better than anything Cruise, Clooney or Pitt ever did.
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