Sure, any slasher movie can have a mysterious serial killer stalking teenagers but this one has TWELVE mysterious serial killers stalking teenagers! Ape, Archer, Axe, Biker, Decapitator, Doc (yes, "Doc"), Hangman, Juice, Mohawk, Samurai, Scavenger, Slasher, and Soldier are from another dimension where, one might presume, everyone is a serial killer. Why have they come to San Francisco? Why have they taken up residence under the Golden Gate Bridge? The gore and rock music and pounds of eighties hair will distract you from wondering why the movie explains none of these things.
FYI the reason why it's so confusing is that it was never really finished due to severe budget problems, they kind of took what they had managed to shoot and edited it together as best they could, they never shot what was supposed to be the final fight and probably some better explanations of the creatures.
I'm game for this one.
Twelve extra-dimensional serial killers, working together in San Francisco? Sounds like the start of a plan.
So much gawdawful '80s hair, spandex and cheesy synthesizer riffs on non-stop display throughout, it's like watching MTV projectile vomit.
Like a Rob Liefeld reinterpretation of Le Morte d'Arthur, with music provided by Whitesnake.
Like a really bad Dungeons & Dragons campaign, run by the members of Whitesnake.
Everyone in this cinematic cheese log looks as if they'd just materialized into life from the airbrushed side of some teen stoner's van.
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Every character in this flick looks as if they've been hastily rendered by Rob Liefeld, on bath salts.
Next to Dale Bozzio, this qualifies as the single greatest crime of the '80s.
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