Sorority Babes in the Slimeball Bowl-O-Rama Reviews
I Like Horror Movies
An Imp is released from a bowling trophy and wreaks havoc on a bunch of college kids in a shopping mall, which is an okay watch but nothing special.
It's a passable horror spoof, but definitely something you want to be in the right frame of mind for, say, drunk with friends?
First off is the story... it makes absolutely no sense. I get the overall concept of the film and that works for a low budget film (Imps are bad. And imp terrorizes some teens) but that overall story is extremely basic and the telling of it is filled with so much nonsense and complete idiocy that you have a hard time making heads or tails of the dang film.
Second is the nudity. There is plenty of it. And I mean T&A galore. You'd expect that from a Linnea Quigley film of course with one problem. Quigley isn't the one getting naked in the film! I'm not saying the nudity is a bad thing as it's probably the best thing going for the film but it also causes problems.
Third is the fact that this film seems as though it's written for a young audience. I'm not talking 13-14 year old boys. This has the same level of writing and dialogue you'd find on a Saturday morning tv program the likes of the Power Rangers or Saved by the Bell. Now, had the film been made for a cartoon watching crowd, I'd say it did its job, but with the level of nudity, it's obviously not intended that way.
So don't let the Linnea Quigley casting or the 80s styled cover art which gives you an inclination of a T&A fun fest lure you in, the rest of the film simply isn't worth the brain pain this film will give you.
Terrible yet entertaining low-budget b-movie, low on actual on screen kills but enough nudity and senseless supernatural violence that it balances out.. The imp puppet is quite bad, but his screen-time is limited and the voice actor more then makes up for it. Predictable yes, but with a title like this, no one is expecting anything more then blood, boobs and badness- so enjoy it!