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The b-roll is women jumping up and down in sexy workout gear. Lots of cheese. Bizzare kills, but enough to keep the Slasher title. A few twists and turns to pique your attention.
Half of the movie feels like it's a scene away of turning into a porn while the rest plays like the Physical Video by Olivia Newton-John. In between, it all is random deaths that stay true to the 80s B-horror formula.
Safety Pin. Stay safe... use a safety pin. Safety pin for the win!
I figured out the killer by the middle of the film. Too easy.
The only joy here is for out-of-shape "regular people" being able to watch scantily-clad women and muscular gym fanatics get chopped up. The acting and action is so bad that it is almost watchable.
Great title to an 80s slasher. Also called Aerobicide and Death Spa. Lots of day glo gym tights, hairspray and new wave songs about working out. The killer has a giant safety pin which is pretty weird and I would have assumed more gym equipment would have been used for the killings. Memorable for its cheese but clearly not one of the best slashers of the time.
It's hard not too like this awfully bad 80's slasher film that is more or less about a serial killer killing people who are gym members.
The dialogue & acting is woeful but all adds to the fun it...you find yourself cheering & laughing in large amounts.
It's worth every minute of its cheesy self...lots of bad murders & unnecessary amounts of aerobics.
An absolutely idiotic 80s slasher that alternates between lengthy "workout" scenes and killing, Killer Workout is true cheese as it blends awful 80s pop, constant spandex-clad women, and killing into something that is perhaps memorable but only in the most superficial of ways. More entertaining as a comedy than a slasher film, Killer Workout probably remains a forgotten 80s slasher for a reason....
Not the finest work from director David A. Prior, but not bad either. A killer uses an oversized safety pin to murder spandex-clad patrons at the Rhonda Workout gym. The motive - a horrifying tanning bed accident that caused disfiguring burns. One would think murders at the club would be bad for business but nothing seems to be able to deter these fitness fanatics from staying in shape. If you can't get enough of the close ups in probably a half dozen aerobics scenes littering the 85-minute film, there are more interspersed in the credits.
Working out will never be this fun again--You will die laughing!!