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Evil Toons

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“First they undress you, then they possess you!” What happens when you mix fun-loving coeds, a slobbering cartoon demon modeled on the Tasmanian Devil and David “Please Give Me My Paycheck” Carradine as a stoned cowboy magician? Naturally, you get the ridiculous soft-core horror Roger Rabbit rip-off, Evil Toons! Don’t say you weren’t warned.
Directed with minimum attention to logic and maximum attention to jiggle by B-movie maestro Fred Olen Ray, Evil Toons tells the wholesome tale of four over-aged sorority girls who, for reasons not entirely clear, decide to take on a weekend job cleaning an old haunted house. But wait! Just when it seems like this will be a run-of-the-mill weekend filled with mop buckets, scrub brushes and bikini underpants, supernatural shenanigans begin to transpire, and it appears that the ghost of a previous tenant (a somewhat dazed David Carradine, dressed like a hippie cowboy) needs the girls’ help ridding himself of a murderous cartoon monster that has escaped from an ancient, flesh-bound book of magic. Somehow, all that giggling, jiggling and wiggling has awakened this leering, lecherous animated demon who is just itching to do all manner of unspeakable things to them. Before you know it, the girls are up to their sports bras in danger, and they’ve not only got to figure out a way to survive the weekend, but also think up new and innovative ways to lose what little remaining clothing they have. A very low-budget attempt to combine the surefire appeal of Roger Rabbit, The Evil Dead and an episode of TV’s The Facts of Life with the timeless appeal of naked screaming women (including busy direct-to-video Scream Queen Monique Gabrielle, star of Munchie and The Return of Swamp Thing), Evil Toons is pure processed movie cheese – tasty, but sure to give you indigestion. (Dir. by Fred Olen Ray, 1992, USA, 86 mins., Rated R)

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