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Sara de Roo,
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Marvin LaRoy Sanders
You don't usually expect a lot from a "B" movie, but this does have the Queen of Horror, Debbie Rochon, and Lloyd Kaufman, one of the founders of Troma.
Conrad (Michael Rodrick) finds out that the love of his life, Jennifer (Rochon) has a sordid past. When he breaks it off, she breaks it off - literally! So, he has to find her and it. What a story.
You are not going to find great acting or fantastic sets or much of anything here except a few laughs and a fantastic look at Debbie. Maybe you want more, but maybe this is all you need to get you through the night.
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