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A group of teenagers that work at the mall all get together for a late night party in one of the stores. When the mall goes on lock down before they can get out, the robot security system activates after a malfunction and goes on a killing spree. One by one the three bots try to rid the mall of the "intruders". The only weapons the kids can use are the supplies in other stores, or if they can make it till morning when the mall opens back up.
Killer robots terrorizing a group of horny yuppies in the Mall of Death. Snatch N' Grab. Short mullets are underrated. Dr. Tall Man? Mr. and Mrs. Bland without Raoul. I'm pretty sure Paul Verhoeven watched this before directing RoboCop. Sexy Lacoste shirts. Slumber Party Massacre poster. Centerfold tits. Neck choke. Preppy Alan Pinkard. When a girl can fix a car her hotness level is quadrupled. The way Mike chews gum. Really awful 80's big hair. I think the killer robots are a cross between the Gobots and Johnny 5. Nerd love. Alison's front teeth. Dick fuckin' Miller makes all films better. Leslie's nipples. The anti-smoking message in Chopping Mall is hilarious. Maybe C. Everett Coop and Jim Wynorski are friends?…
Significantly less chopping than advertised.
I never knew Short Circuit had a prequel!!!
Easily the (intentionally and unintentionally) funniest and funnest film I've seen in quite some time. How I missed this back in the day is a mystery.
Now let's send these fuckers a Rambo-gram!!
Not sure if you kids will understand this - but shopping malls were really important in the 80's. It's where we shopped at, ate at, played video games at, shoplifted at, bought our paint, sporting equipment, skateboards and guns at. The mall was like our Amazon dot com but we got to hang out there with our friends! Now we just sit at home... Alone... Clicking... Wondering where that smell is coming from... Shopping malls were really important! That's why it makes sense that they had the most high tech security systems available - killer robots!
Kids used to dream about getting some beers, partying and having sex in the mall - and that's what these kids were trying to…
Performances : 1.5/10
Story : 2.5/10
Production : 3/10
Overall : 2.33/10
This was so generic, laughable, predictable and ridiculously over-the-top. I loved every second of it.
Except for the parts that I didn't. There were a lot of those.
I had some fond feelings towards Chopping Mall before I even watched it due to the fact that it was also the name of a level in the fantastic 1990s video game Zombies Ate My Neighbours. That giant baby was a right pain in the arse to kill.
I have even more fondness for it now, after having seen it. Some robots, created to look after the security of a mall, go haywire after an unconvincing thunder store and start murdering people that have stayed behind after it closes. It's certainly rather different from your usual slasher, and as such it does actually have a bit of originality behind it.
It was also a fair way better acted than you…
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"I guess I'm just not used to running around a shopping mall in the middle of the night being chased by killer robots." - Linda
Wynorski back when he used to try hard.
I swear I’ve seen this film before, but within the first five minutes it was clear that I had not. Kids hide out in a mall to get drunk and fool around, and killer security guard robots go nuts and kill…in the best Jim Wynorski way you can imagine. It’s a bad film, but hilariously so.
Not top tier 80s horror, but still a lot of fun, super short, and a total love letter to the Cormans and New World Pictures.
I love this wretched pile of trash so much.
No chopping but still a solid 80s horror flick. Delivers with the sexy babes and the robots shooting lasers all the time is pretty neato.
This was a first time watch for me and I'm glad my first time watching it was on this amazing looking blu-ray. This is a fun film and you can't go wrong with the amazing Barbara Crampton and Kelli Maroney. This blu-ray is stacked with bonus features a definite must own.
Some teens ( 20 somethings) are going to party all night in a L.A. mall. Unfortunately, the new security are out of control robots.
Bought the new Vestron Blu-Ray. It's so clean and sharp. It made me love this ever more. Also contains choice nudity.
Killer robots in a high tech shopping mall(?), yeah ok, I'M IN! The film is breezy fun, with cool special effects and a rad electronic score and theme. The cast is great, Kelli Maroney is particularly enjoyable, playing the lead female not as a damsel in distress at all, but more of a proactive, level headed badass. "Have a nice day," indeed.
One of the most 80's films ever, slacks, mullets and a mall, the robots are fun and Barbara Crampton is adorable.
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