This is all well and good but to pad the running time, Steckler haphazardly tosses in some awful musical and dancing numbers (one including a tribal dance) that have nothing to do with anything. The best scenes are the ones in which Steckler (who kinda resembles Nicolas Cage) gets hypnotized with a trippy spinning wheel and goofy sound effects. The protracted chase on the beach finale doesn’t do it any favors either, but there is enough general goofiness to keep you entertained. Besides with a title like that what’s not to like?
Steckler’s usual cohorts Carolyn Brandt and Titus Moody also have small roles. Laszlo Kovacs and Vilmos Zsigmond were the cinematographers. Steckler did The Thrill Killers next.
AKA: Teenage Psycho Meets Bloody Mary.