Evil Toons (1992)
Veteran schlock merchant Fred Olen Ray serves up this silly horror comedy with a hearty helping of gratuitous softcore skin, cheap monster effects, and walk-ons from assorted B-movie names, including David Carradine, Dick Miller, and Arte Johnson. The thin plot involves a group of curvaceous coeds whose restoration of an old mansion awakens a leering, lecherous demon who is just itching to do all manners of unspeakable things to them. Only a few minutes of screen time are devoted to the drooling cartoon monster (designed by horror critic Chas Balun), which looks like one of Robert Williams' Rat Fink creations. Miller's brief appearance is amusing, but Carradine is just hitting his marks; stars Monique Gabrielle and Madison Stone were already well on their way to lucrative careers in soft- and hardcore skin flicks. … More
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Critic Reviews for Evil Toons
Its heart's in the right place, but that's about all.
Classic cheesy horror movie. Hot girls, lots of nudity, and the right tone of irreverence.
How bad can animation get? Watch this film. A total waste of an animator's time.
Some of the worst stuff ever squeezed onto video.
Audience Reviews for Evil Toons
David Carradine should lick Quentin Tarantino's shoes clean twice a day because if it wasn't for him and 'Kill Bill,' he'd still be making appearances in these softcore cheapies. Fred Olen Ray is no Jim Wynorski when it comes to softcore comedy, and the laughs here are infrequent. There is some amusement to be found in the wretched acting, but don't try to find any scares (except in the acting.) However we should give 'Evil Toons' credit for lampooning the horror genre years before 'Scream' with self-referential exchanges like, "Why do I have to go downstairs by myself?" Her friend answers, "How else are we going to get knocked off one by one?"More
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