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James B. (wandersoul73) from LINDALE, TX Reviewed on 6/15/2009...
Devilish cartoons attacking nubile young women, what'll they think of next.
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Wonderful Work In The Making
Cult DVD Hunter | Chicago, IL | 07/31/2004
(5 out of 5 stars)
"Just like the other reviewers, I've got to say the first time I saw this bit of "B" movie perfection was late night on The Movie Channel. Even at that time this movie was hacked to pieces by the channel that was airing it! However there are so many reasons why anyone who loves cult horror films must own this!
Here's your plot, and the basis for my love of the film. Take four young beautiful coeds who are in charge of cleaning a large mansion (that strangely looks identical to the one in sorrority house massacre II and slumber party massacre) and have them find an old book of spells. One of the spells just happens to release a demon into the house, but instead of a disgusting slimy rubber demon we get a cute and crude cartoon demon superimposed on the screen! Talk about the X-rated version of Roger Rabbit! From then there's nothing but stripped girls, bloody deaths, and crude language from a raunchy cartoon demon! Couple this with David Carrodine running around outside and you've got a 90 minute piece of cult horror history. And the best part to finish off has to be the cast. You will see Kung-Fu and the recent Kill Bill's David Carrodine, known for his late 80's and early 90's "B" film roles as either a pimp, a strip club owner, or some wierdo who hangs out with hot chicks (and this is the role he plays in this movie). The next would be the four girls in this adventure: Monique Gabriel, Suzanne Ager, Madison Stone, and Barbara Dare. If you don't know their names you may know their faces...provided you indulged in adult cinema in the 90's. They're all porno stars! This film does go out of its way to prove this fact as well.
This movie was IMPOSSIBLE to find at video stores and I'm almost sure never hit store shelves on VHS, but it is now availible (and only here, I think) in all its digital glory (and with special features) and I can't find a single reason why any fan of cult horror wouldn't want to own this and share with all of their buddies over a case of beer! "
Wonderful, hilarious trash.
Erik Homenick | San Diego, California | 07/21/2002
(4 out of 5 stars)
"I had first accidentally stumbled upon this movie several years ago late one night on cable t.v. Within an instint, I fell in love with the atrocious acting, worse dialog, and sleazy nudity. EVIL TOONS is truly, as far as I'm concerned, a modern classic in cult/trash cinema. Thus, it seemed only appropriate to own this title on DVD. The disc contains a nice looking widescreen picture, however, the sound is mono. The DVD has some interesting bonuses such as a trailer, a 10 minute "behind-the-scenes" commentary with the film's director, Fred Olen Ray, and a funny intro to the movie with the director, his wife, and naked women chained to the wall.I recommend this DVD to anyone who enjoys nudity, schlock, and a good laugh."
When Roger Rabbit Kills
Michael Schoene | Rochester, NY USA | 02/08/2002
(4 out of 5 stars)
"Evil Toons is an entertaining b line movie by Fred Olen Ray. The plot involves four girls hired to clean an old house for its new owners. What the girls don't realize is that the house has a long history of strange and evil happenings. Their first night there a stranger delivers a package to them. They open it to find a strange book with explicit drawings and strange warnings in it. The girls end up releasing an animated beast that has a propensity to kill and tear the cloths off its victims. The movie is both funny and a little bit scarey, but it is definitely entertaining.
I would recomend this movie to those of you that enjoy b line movies. Evil Toons is very entertaining and it is proof that you don't need a huge budget to make and entertaining movie. Just be advised that you are getting a b line movie, so the acting is not always the best and the effects don't rival Terminator. You have to appreciate this movie for what it is. I recomend it for the mature viewer that enjoys movies that are not Hollywood smashes."
Ya gotta love it!
R3D BARCH3TTA | Ohio | 09/22/2005
(4 out of 5 stars)
"This may be a B-movie, but I give it an A all the way! True, it's just an excuse to show T&A, but it's laced with humor all the way through! Anyone who takes this movie seriously or makes fun of the storyline or effects needs to have their head examined! Anyone can tell it's a low budget movie made to get cheap laughs. In the scene when Roxanne is stripping and she throws her shirt, the sound of breaking glass after the shirt flies offscreen kills me! Add to that the "jiggle" noise when she turns around and shakes her but and you HAVE to laugh! The monster (a Tazmanian Devil look-a-like) is just as funny with his reactions to Roxanne!
If you're a fan of low budget horror mixed with off beat comedy and have never seen this movie, you need to beg, borrow or steal a copy so you can sit down for some laughs! Better yet, just buy a copy off Amazon.com while you're here!"
R3D BARCH3TTA | 02/15/2002
(4 out of 5 stars)
"A Movie so bad it's great. There's kind of a plot sort of ( see other review) but mostly the movie is about women who find lots of excuses to take off their tops.Oh yeah, David Carradine stands by a tree for a real long time too for some reason. The movie also has a bunch of people you've seen in other things but you can't place where.The movie is great escapism. Great humor. Low brow entertainment at its best!"