Why watch one crappy movie when you can put three in a blender, set the motherfucker to full speed, and inject the pure, compressed b-smoothie directly into your eyeballs, served with a side order of beer and crisps?
Stars: John Phillip Law, Cameron Mitchell, Richard Moll
Distributor: Vinegar Syndrome
Runtime: 98 mins
BLU-RAY REGION ALL
“You rang for me? What can I do for you Mr. Satan?”
God and Satan (playing themselves) are passing time on an 80s rock music video train journey to oblivion, passing judgement on three souls whose stories cover a spectrum of moral conundra. Torture porn, holocaust-survivor-murdering satanists, construction-grade russian roulette: covered. AND MORE.
A complilation with theological wrapping, quite possibly the most perfect introduction to the world of b-movie heaven and hell. Three films (one of which unfinished) were re-cut to create this piece of genius crapola. Bonus points for using the same actor as “Otto the Rapist hospital orderly” (sub-film 1) and author of fictional best-seller “God is Dead” (sub-film 3).
Loses one B-point for occasional jumps in logic due to excessive cutting (assuming the originals made sense) and the repetition of rock-classic “Dance With Me”, performed in full at least 7 times.