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Evil Toons

USA 1992
produced by
Veronica Till for American Independent, Curb/Esquire Films
directed by Fred Olen Ray
starring David Carradine, Arte Johnson, Dick Miller, Monique Gabrielle, Suzanne Ager, Madison Stone, Barbara Dare (as Stacey Nix), Don Dowe, Michelle Bauer
written by Fred Olen Ray, music by Chuck Cirino, animation director: Mark Heller

review by
Mike Haberfelner

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Four young women - bookish and innocent Megan (Monique Gabrielle), promiscuous Roxy (Madison Stone), Terry (Suzanne Ager) and Jan (Barbara Dare) - are hired to clean an abandoned and possibly haunted house. In the basement, they find a magic book, and just for fun read an incantation in there - which brings one of the drawings in the book to life and makes it possess Roxy. Roxy soon seduces her boyfriend (Don Dowe) as well as her boss (Dick Miller) before the others can even grasp what's going on, but when they find a few dead bodies too many and have no idea how to deal with them, they come to the conclusion there must be something wrong here, and eventually, they link everything that's going on to the spell in the book - but alas too late, since Roxy has already been closing in for the kill, and before you know it, Terry and Jan are dead ... while Megan receives unexpected help from a stranger (David Carradine), who manages to seperate the (cartoon) creature from Roxy, and when Megan burns the magic book, the horror comes to an end, the stranger disappears into thin air, and all those who have previously died are alive again.

Michelle Bauer plays Dick Miller's wife, but she has little more to do than to quickly show her tits - not that I would complain ...


The concept of Evil Toons is not necessarily the recipe for a good horror film, or how is one to turn the story about a cartoon character that possesses a topless woman into something half decent? Fortunately though, director Fred Olen ray knows about the limitations of his subject, and instead of making a dead serious slasher flick, he veers towards self- and genre-parody. And taken as a comedy, the film is rather ok and features some really good lines (like the main characters constantly and ironically commenting on certain plottwists, and David Carradine's overacting is hilarious all in itself) - but on the other hand also some scenes that could have been vastly improved by better comic timing, and even though this is a horror comedy rather than a straight genre movie, it would have been vastly improved by a few moody shots to bring across the horror aspects of the plot. Still, as a party movie, and enjoyed with beer, this one works pretty well.


A side note: Towards the beginning of the film, David Carradine can be seen hanging himself, a scene that has turned unexpectedly macabre considering his bizarre real-life death.


review © by Mike Haberfelner


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