Evil Toons  Movies so bad that they are good If you are looking for a silly, almost eighties horror/comedy with a lot of nudity look no more! Directed by the legend of the genre Fred Olen Ray (Girl with the Sex-Ray Eyes, Super Ninja Bikini Babes…) this movie is hilarious; it has everything that you could ask for: nudity (a lot of nudity), bad acting, bad script, bad visual effects and anything that you can think of… But when you mush all this together you get one hell of an entertaining movie. Whether you watch it alone, where you can appreciate the hot naked babes alone, or in company where beer and/or weed is compulsory (I don’t need drugs to enjoy this. Just to enhance it) this movie is something that will make you laugh. This is not one of those unintentionally bad movies, but something that is created to be bad, and with that in mind we can only appreciate it more. Not to mention that four leads have been given to porn stars because they had no problems with nudity. When Gideon Fisk (David Carradine, I guess this fact adds another layer of sexual and perverse content to the movie) accidentally does something with some ancient book (looks exactly the same like the one from Evil Dead) something happens and the book ends up in cellar of his house. Fast forward many decades and we are in 1992 and four young and sexy girls are hired to clean up that house. Of course, rummaging through the stuff in the house they will stumble upon this book, and upon reading the incantation release a mighty demon from it. Apart from being evil, this demon is also horny and can possess people, so I think that you can already picture what will happen in the rest of the movie. Enjoy… Director: Fred Olen Ray Cast: David Carradine, Arte Johnson, Dick Miller, Monique Gabrielle, Suzanne Ager, Madison, Barbara Dare Fun Facts: Shot in eight days using the equipment and crew from another production. IMDb Link: http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0099524/ Leave a Reply Cancel Reply Your email address will not be published.CommentName* Email* Website This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.