Matt Bauer’s review published on Letterboxd :
Slime City makes good on its title, as it’s filled to the brim with gooey, sticky nastiness. The effects on display are without a doubt the film’s strongest asset, and a lot of care was put into making them as over-the-top as possible to compensate for the obvious lack of realism. Green goo and jelly fly around the frame furiously and it’s quite neat to watch a guy basically melting away to nothingness. The effects aren’t a one trick pony either though. There’s a lot of red stuff flying around as well, not to mention carnivorous stomach cavities and severed heads. It’s all tongue-in-cheek, but damn is it ever entertaining. Stuff like this makes me pine away for the glory days when film creators got their hands dirty rather than sitting behind an animation suite on their Mac.
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