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Thomas Edward Seymour
Robert Cosgrove Jr.,
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Arthur J. Davis,
Comedy about a woman suffering from low self esteem who gets breast enhancement surgery, unaware that her surgeon worships H.P. Lovecraft's elder gods, and the surgery is part of a diabolical plot to rule the world.
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Michael Hoffman Jr.
Trying to get through college, a group of friends at a bikini carwash decide to unwind at their bosses' house for a party with several friends, but when they start disappearing due to a resurrected serial killer they've battled before try to outwit him again to get away once again.
This one turned out to be a highly enjoyable effort. This one works best as a comedy since this one has numerous genuinely laugh-out-loud moments. Filled to the brim with puns, soundtrack cues of silly, cartoonish noise, slapstick gags and even movie parodies from mainstream films, there's no shortage of funny moments. That there's so much to laugh at in how braindead and utterly moronic they are in every situation imaginable also causes plenty of laughs here based on the complete misunderstanding they have of what's happening, or the nonsequiturs which make no sense, and along with the just-as-stupid group of dancers that get involved with the girls there's a lot of hilarity to be had here as this one prioritizes the laughs over anything else here. However, even with the laughs getting the main portion of attention the horror still has enough presence to serve this one nicely. The fact that there's a really fun and over-the-top method for the killer's resurrection, taking place during the silly ouija board ceremony which shows the great emergence from the graveyard while they cheekily explain their previous encounter. The cheesy confrontations are truly hysterical while also endearingly fun indie-flavored slasher setups, as the killer going around the group in the community offer up some solid scenes. Once it gets to the party and the manner of taking out the partygoers around the house are fun providing this with some great humorous setups and gore. These here are what make the film quite fun. There are some big problems here. The main issue to be had here is the overwhelming comedic aspect that might make this one funny if you're into the genre yet excruciating if you're not. There's more of a focus on the comedy here that some genre fans might not be into, and that could be a problem for some as the over-the-top nature and obvious bent won't be universally appealing, much like the low-budget indie styled gore and bloodshed that make this look cheaper than it is. As well, there's also the rather confusing nature of the film being so short yet filled with several musical dance parties that are redundant and do nothing but eat up time which could've been used to give more time to the finale as this ends abruptly. Otherwise, there's not a whole lot wrong with this one.
Rated Unrated/R: Graphic Violence, Graphic Language and Nudity.
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