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Eight teenagers are trapped after hours in a high tech shopping mall and pursued by three murderous security robots out of control.
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.
Film #3 of the October 2016 Scavenger Hunt
Task 24/30: Unconventional Monster Film
This was not as good as it should've been. It's an awesome idea, but nothing tight really happened with it, besides the head explosion scene. The electrocution scenes have these hilariously outdated special effects, and every death scene is boring or looks really shitty. The laser effects are especially funny to watch. The robots are pretty cool, and the film isn't unwatchable. But its just really stupid and schlocky.
Filmed as R.O.B.O.T. and originally released by Concorde as KILLBOTS, CHOPPING MALL is a witty title, but it doesn’t fit the film. A science fiction spin on teen slasher movies, this Julie Corman production takes a neat premise by writers Jim Wynorski and Steve Mitchell (AGAINST THE LAW) and adds humor, light-hearted nudity, and R-rated violence. A group of teenagers are trapped overnight in a trendy Los Angeles shopping mall (played by the Sherman Oaks Galleria, which apparently includes a pizza parlor decorated with Roger Corman movie posters). It happens to be guarded by deadly laser-wielding robots designed by Robert Short (BEETLEJUICE) and inspired by GOG. Instead of a madman with a knife, the teenage heroes are stalked by two-foot…
Messy as hell but a good time.
The extra half star is for the amazing head explosion.
"Fuck the fuchsia, its Friday!"
One of the most unexpected head explosion scenes I've ever seen on film.
Needed more tracking lines during certain scenes.
Fun is fun people !
Campy, light and fun. One of the many reasons to like Wynorski.
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