Sorority Babes in the Slimeball Bowl-O-Rama
David DeCoteau, John Schouweiler, Charles Band (executive) for Titan Productions/Empire International, Urban Classics
directed by David DeCoteau
starring Linnea Quigley, Andras Jones, Robin Stille (as Robin Rochelle), Hal Havins, Brinke Stevens, Michelle Bauer (as Michelle McClellen), Kathi O'Brecht, Carla Baron, John Stuart Wildman, George 'Buck' Flower (as C.D. LaFleur), Michael Sonye (as Dukey Flyswatter, voice)
written by Sergei Hasenecz, music by Guy Moon, special makeup & creature effects by Craig Caton
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Two sorority pledges (Michelle Bauer, Brinke Stevens) are sent to break
into a bowling alley by their sadistic sorority presidfent (Robin Stille)
to steal a bowling trophy, and for some reason they have to take three
nerds (Andras Jones, Hal Havins, John Stuart Wildman) with them.
Eventually, punk girl Spider (Linnea Quigley) on a stealing spree joins
them as well - and at first they think stealing the trophy's a cinch -
until they drop the darn thing and out comes an imp (voiced by Michael
Sonye), who wants to grant them each one wish. Everybody loves this
concept of course, and soon all of their wildest wishes come true ... but
then their wildest wishes turn really wild, meaning against them, either
killing them or turning them into demons. Only Spider and nerd Calvin
(Andras Jones), who has long taken a liking to Spider, resist the imp's
temptations ... and find themselved on the run from the imp and his
demons. The janitor (George Buck Flower) of the mall the bowling alley's
at fills them in with the backstory of the imp and how to fight him, but
much good does it do him, he turns out to be the imp's next victim. Spider
though puts up a fight, and while Calvin shows the clear ambition to do
the same, he actually fucks things up more than fixing them - but in the
end, the two of them manage to capture the imp and thus vanquish his
powers ... and they decide to spend the rest of the day at her place ...
of these low budget horror comedies from the 1980's that are not really
well-made, not particularly funny, that could have done with better
special effects (though the imp looks pretty cool) and a more decent
funding - and heck, they could even feature better excuses to get the
girls naked - and yet they are so much fun to watch.
In other word, no,
it's not a good movie by a longshot ... but maybe, just maybe the perfect
party movie to watch with a couple of mates and a couple of beers ...