SammyBronkowitz’s review published on Letterboxd :
An oddly timely movie, that was made 30 years ago. Elvira spends much of the movie either getting sexually harassed or slut shamed by conservatives, but never takes shit from anybody and teaches a bunch of kids that it's okay to be yourself and be in touch with your sexuality.
The rest is extremely silly, campy, cheesy and never passes on an opportunity for a stupid pun or a boob joke, but that's exactly how I love it. But I wish they would have tried to put more focus on the horror angle. There are two jump scares that work surprisingly great, plus a cool finale, but these things feel a bit out of place, because the rest of the movie is such a harmless slapstick affair.
#100 in 2018