R | | Comedy, Horror, Thriller
When three N.Y. kids are murdered, the local Hatiian voodoo priest re-animates their shrunken heads to exact revenge. Complications arise between one of the heads and his former girlfriend.
The majority of the actors in the bus scene, with the exception of director Richard Elfman, were actually video store employees who won their roles as part of a contest.
Hey man, let me hang at your pad tonight!
Booger Martin: Hell no.
Podowski: Come on, be a pal! my mom won't let me in the house.
Booger Martin: Your own mom won't let you in the house?
Podowski: She says I scare her.
Booger Martin: Ahahahahah, All right, come on asshole!
Podowski: Hey, thanks Boog, thanks a lot.
When Sally's walking as Vinnie and the Vipers approach her in their station-wagon, she's walking on the right side of their car, but when Mr. Sumatra gets her attention, she's suddenly on their left side, and there was enough time of her being out of the picture for her to cross the street when Vinnie was stopped by a few pedestrians crossing the street.
After the credits Mitzi is seen talking to a big woman. She turns and screams when she sees Big Moe and Vinnie cleaning up garbage after being turned into zombies.
A "3D" DVD of the film, released by Razor Digital in 2007, features a TV Print of the film featuring two puppets providing MST3K-style commentary towards the film.
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