shfux@YAHOO.COM | 01/29/2001
(1 out of 5 stars)
"I knew most of the people in this movie, which was filmed locally in the area around Brewster, New York. In fact, I went out with a member of the cast.....who boasted that he was in "the worst movie ever made". It's got gratuitous violence, major holes in the plot....yeah, it's a stupid movie, but good for a laugh or two. All the cast members were "discovered" in a local community theatre production in Brewster.That's a real Carmel cop car in there...a character name changes from one scene to the next, and scenes that would have pulled the plot together were cut from the film.Joe Niola puts in a hilarious performance as Igor.The scary thing was seeing the announcement after the movie... "If you liked this film, we have more like it.""
A very confusing movie
firstname.lastname@example.org | Texas, of course. | 06/29/2000
(2 out of 5 stars)
"And the fact that this one is so confusing does most definitely work against it. I had a lot of trouble following the plotline of this film. Further, it is not really very frightening at all, being instead rather tedious. The story is about a serial killer who leads a cult of hippies (gee, I wonder where they got this idea from). The lead character is not even the one named Igor! In the movie Igor is just a member of this murderous group. This is one that you can skip. Even the added features on the DVD aren't worth the time."
"Paul! No Paul! Why'd you do it? I could have cut her clean!
Dymon Enlow | 02/26/2008
(2 out of 5 stars)
"The fact this film is put out by Troma should clue you in that it's going to suck and it's going to suck hard...and it does (the acting, music, direction, script, everything is pathetically bad), but somehow I still enjoyed it and laughed until my sides hurt.
Tom doesn't like being in a Manson-style burnout hippie free love cult, so he splits. Soon the cops raid the shack they live in and throw cult leader Paul in prison. Sixteen years later Paul is released and with the help two cult members (including the highly overacting Igor who screams nonstop) they set out to kill everybody in the small town where they were arrested. Now it's up to Tom and the woman he ran over with his car to save the day.
Like I said before this film is a steaming [...], but if you're a seasoned veteran of bad film watching then you know you have no choice but to watch. All others should just skip it. Also a note to gorehounds: there's nothing here, you'll see more blood on an episode of "Nip/Tuck". The infamous buzzsaw scene is *way* overhyped."