A decent enough flick about a bunch of college kids working at a resort over the summer. I'm not sure what else to say, so there it is. I was a little bored halfway through but the nekkodness kept me going.
This one was bizarre but fun. Lots of cast changes, only three people I think came back to reprise their roles. At times it was hard to distinguish between the movie within the movie and the story itself. This one takes a bit more paying attention to than the last one for this alone. It also delivers on the wonderful flesh!!
What can I say? It's a comfort movie. It's even better now that there's a version out there with Joe Bob Briggs bumpers. Two wonderful things that should always be connected.
Jeffrey Combs and the cat scene is one of my favorites, there's just something about him flailing about with the obvious cat dummy that tickles me in the right way.
I find it pretty funny that when Dan and Megan are having sex there's a taking heads poster on…
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Watched this for the first time today and was very pleasantly surprised at how even with the X-Rating it was easy less pornographic than expected. I expected a lot more with a rating like that.
The majority of the story is a classic Gothic horror about a crumbling aristocratic family that is trying to at stay relevant by marrying their son off to this girl who is extremely attracted to beasts. Said girl runs around this estate in a sheer…