In the vague but haunting shadows of the apartment, a petrified young woman is almost certain that, in the dead of night, something is looking at her, piercing the wall with a steadfast and unquiet stare.
Ryan Allan Young
I heard Eli talk about this on his Cabin Fever commentary and I wanted to see this. I saw it on YouTube. It has the Roth weirdness, gore and black comedy. It is at times artsy with its Python animation and it is funny.
The gore is cheap, but actually funny and pretty well shot.
The gags are actually well done and the intercuts between black and white, colour and animation ain't half bad either.
It is almost on par with The Young Ones.
McD's and Burger King are spoofed, but no KFC.
It is no masterpiece, but if you like ultra cheap low budget nonsense or if you're a Roth fan, you might get a kick out of it.
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