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Okay. Yes. The movie is cheesy. The effects are Just Plain Awful.
And yes. The plot (what little there is) is, frankly, ridiculous.
And I agree. The developmnet of the nearly non-existent plot is stupid and quite undirected.
Maybe the only reason I find this piece of unremitting schlock compelling was Rebecca Herbst. Hey! If she'll open her shirt for a nasty little shrunken head, there may be hope that, one day, a troll like me will get similar treatment!
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