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Easily the best movie to pop out of Troma Entertainment in quite some time.
This is dark, whimsical creativity and love for its predecessors at full tilt. Watch a couple hundred 70/80s sci-fi/cop/horror films so you can watch this one. Well worth it.
Troma again kicking some butt!
The rating on this one is because of how much I enjoyed it. Two scenes in particular are probably more than most people can handle, but you're watching grindhouse horror flick - who cares!
Eat your heart out John Waters. This movie just blew Pink Flamingos, Turkish Star Wars, and Grindhouse out of the water in showing us how brazen filmmakers can dare to be when the likes of Lloyd Kaufman will literally let them show anything. Anything. There is a comically absurd amount of nudity (more male than female), mutilation, and explicitness. Add to the mix some of the narmiest, most Canadian writing ever, and only then can the over-the-top acting be matched. Hilarious editing is merely the icing on the cake. Credit where it is due, the car chase scene with actors (not doubles) jumping from sedan to truck without safety equipment was really dangerous, and therefore worth acknowledging. Same with the introduction and intermission bumpers, designed to make this movie feel like a Canadian edition of USA Up All Night. As with all Troma films, you have a general idea of what you're in for before you start. Unfortunately, I doubt this one will be up on Youtube for free, but it's worth tracking down and watching to shock yourself and your friends as part of a Bad Movie double feature, preferably chased with something less psychologically traumatic and emotionally scarring.
The mystic quest to stop the Fuchmanicus isn't quite on a par with later cinematic triumphs like MANBORG, but any Troma/Astron-6 is better than no Troma/Astron-6. Rather a different spin on the Group W bench section of "Alice's Restaurant".
The Hell scene won me over
Profane, over-the-top, outlandish, and funny as hell. Definitely not for the squeamish.
MY GOD THIS MOVIE IS INCREDIBLY FUN!!!!
Warning: Sacred cows were harmed in the making of this film! ;-)