“Durable director Lloyd Kaufman lobs multiple notions at the screen to see what sticks. In a movie held together with this many slimy fluids, pretty much everything does!”


– Jeannnette Catsoulis, New York Times

Kaufman approaches conversations on his art and how the world around him has changed as he has created it with sincerity and even sadness similar to that of Charlie Chaplin in his final years.

– Jesse Berberich, Something Ghoulish

“If you’re looking for gross-out humour and over the top action you won’t be disappointed. There’s even a sequence that almost out-does Brian Yunza’s Society for body horror. This is probably Troma’s pièce de résistance, a film in which all the elements come together to create one marvellous magnum opus. The satire, gross-out humour, use of Shakespeare and complete irreverence work perfectly.”

Starburst Magazine