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Slime City/Slime City Massacre Double Feature [Blu-ray]
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Available for the first time in High Definition, Gregory Lamberson's 1989 cult hit Slime City and 2010 sequel, Slime City Massacre, dripping with gruesome extras! Slime City (1989) - In a run-down apartment building in NYC, a student stumbles across the remains of a cult and transforms into a murderous, slime-dripping monster! Slime City Massacre (2010) - When a greedy real estate tycoon sends mercenaries into a bombed out city to destroy the homeless, they stumble across the remains of a cult of hideous, oozing slime creatures, sparking an all-out war for control of Slime City. Bonus features include: Interview with composer Mars, Slime City Massacre Behind-the-scenes, Slime City Massacre Trailer, Three director commentaries, Return to Slime City, Slime City 2006 trailer, Slime City Grindhouse Collection trailer, Slime City original trailer, Slime Heads, Making Slime , Slime City Survivor (On Set Interviews) , Slime City Massacre Deleted Scenes
- MPAA rating : s_medNotRated Unrated (Not Rated)
- Product Dimensions : 6.75 x 5.3 x 0.35 inches; 2.4 Ounces
- Media Format : NTSC
- Run time : 1 hour and 25 minutes
- Release date : December 13, 2016
- Actors : Debbie Rochon, Craig Sabin, Jennifer Bihl Kealan, Patrick Burke, Mary Bogle
- Studio : Camp Motion Pictures
- ASIN : B01KI2640O
- Number of discs : 1
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The Beautiful Women are Headed by the world's Most Under-Rated Actress, DEBBIE ROCHON, who plays "Alice", who is both a Victim & a Tormentor ! JENNIFER BIHL is "Alexa", the Focus of the Film . Stacked & Lovely BROOKE LEWIS is a Down-Trodden "Nicole"; & MARY BOGLE is the Wise "Swan' ! SEPHIRA GIRON is "Ruby", & Stunning Young SANDRA ROLAND is "Lizzie" !!! The other ladies are also attractive & talented !
LEE PERKINS as "Mason" & CRAIG SABIN as "Zachery" head the talented Male Actors; & a Fabulous Performance by JOHN RENNA as the "Mayor" stands out, as the the role of his Replacement BOB BOZEK as the "New Mayor of Slime City" !!! The rest of the Cast Excels in their Performances !
There is one particular Great Scene that I have to reference. That is the Meeting of Ms. Rochon's "Alice" & a Slime City "Hooker" portrayed by an Un-Credited ANGELINA LEIGH ! It's a Sick little Twist that leaves itself open to many jokes & innuendos ! Another High-Light is the Disposal of the Famous [or Infamous] Head of TROMA Movies, Uncle LLOYD KAUFMAN ! This may be solution that many have been asking for !!!
"Slime City Massacre" is now out on a Double Billed Blu-Ray with the Original "Slime City", also Directed by GREG LAMBERSON !!!
That's the Deal of the Year !!!
The DVD quality is very good, and it's a 2 DVD set with plenty of extras.
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This is a sequel after the original Slime City Double Feature [DVD] [Region 1] [US Import] [NTSC ] But you don't need to have seen it although it might help.
This has a good story, is well acted, has good dialogue but might be a bit slow in the first half. Debbie Rochon who stars does a great job. Lloyd Kaufman has a tiny cameo in an applause making moment.
We see grimy looking people, like they might look after the fall of civilisation, and after those who drink the stuff the characters change into zombie looking types with great make up. Theres some great characters, great set ups and a para military group look nicely menacing when they show up in the last act and violence ensues. We see it bloody, gory and very slimy. Its all fun stuff and I found it great entertainment.
A 2 disc set with a com on the first disc and almost two hours of extras on the second. USA Release Region 1.
One of the four leads is Debbie Rochon who seems (from reading her entry in IMDB) to have appeared in dozen movies or more a year (mostly in cameos) for the last 20 years. She can also act and the other three are okay as well. We also get an early cameo, mugging to the camera as usual, from Troma mastermind Lloyd Kaufman who is thankfully disintegrated within seconds of his appearance. Also appearing is Robert C Sabin who had the lead in the original Slime City but not as the same character (I think).
So, there's ongoing black and white flashbacks throughout the film about a 50's cult in New York. Then five years before the start of the main action, a dirty nuke destroys much of New York causing the rise of a totalitarian state and refugees from it tend to head for and hide out in NY's remains. Unscrupulous businessman Donald Crump (one consonant away from a massive law suit) visits, sees it as a business opportunity and orders in a death squad to clear the out the rubbish, though they don't turn up until near the end. Meanwhile our four heroes find a load of home brew and primary colour indefinite-life yogurt in the basement of the long-gone cult and consume it with gusto. This has the unfortunate side-effect of permitting the free-floating spirits of the cultists to briefly possess their now slime-covered bodies and use them for sex, murder, and other fun stuff.
Basically it's all good fun but just a little too restrained. Even at the climax there's only one truly over the top image of broken bottles jammed into the sockets of a bad guy's eyes with blood pouring out of the top of the bottles. But it never has the glorious mind-boggling manic fervour of movies like Evil Dead 2, Reanimator, Street Trash, or From Beyond. If anything the end is a bit confusing and too silly what with its rubbery homicidal brains with eyes and teeth. Brains have teeth?
This is labelled as a special edition (and is actually probably the only edition) and has a second disc of extras. Most notable is a selection of interviews (more mugging from Kaufman) and background stuff each shot on a different day of filming and a making of which I didn't watch.
All in all, to slightly misquote a famous magician: I liked it, not a lot, but I liked it.