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Short answer: you can't! If your local coin-op laundromat is closed for the night, it's certainly worth your while to take your dirty clothes over to the old Bartley mill and get 'em steam-pressed.
For your time and blood money, here's what you get out of this tasty little nugget of pure bloody stupidity. SEE---
*A REAL villain---certainly not your boring, ordinary old serial killer from central casting, but a demon-possessed 19th century steam-belching industrial press laundry machine (the Hadley Watson #6, naturally). This mass murderer means business: rather than just stabbing or shooting its victims---how mundane!---it folds, spindles, and mutilates them, then considerately folds and presses them!
*The great Ted Levine (who played Buffalo Bill in "Silence of the Lambs") woefully miscast as a small-town Maine police detective and hero of the movie! Levine slurs every line in that trademark cross between a gargle and a whine, and I would burst out in laughter every time he talked. Funny stuff! While Levine was investigating the messy death of the portly pill-popping Mrs. Frawley, I kept waiting for him to say "oh yeah, I remember, she was that great big fat person".
*Daniel Matmor as a sort of poor man's Tom Conti, who proposes to "read Leviticus" to the demon laundry machine and engages in a scenery-chewing contest with Robert Englund and the Machine. The Machine wins.Read more ›
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Horrible movie... Only for a Toby completist.
I knew it was bad, and I just stomached it because I wanted a copy... Yeah it is crappy... Read more
This movie is one of my favorite horror movies just because its so crazy. [Spoiler] A Laundry machine runs down a hallway at one point which is the craziest thing i've ever scene... Read morePublished 6 months ago by Nicholas
Great movie. Good story line and plot twist. Thanks. Fast Shipping and great service from seller.Published 9 months ago by N. Roberts
I like to read the book, then watch the movie. Not what I expected but it was ok to watch.Published 10 months ago by Rosanna
This is one of the weirdest, cheesiest movies I've ever seen. Robert Englund is at his ridiculous best, and the movie consistently ramps up the goofy weirdness into the third act. Read morePublished 10 months ago by Jonathan Langus
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