Overall rating: 3.6
Director: Jeffrey Mandel
Gore Factor: Blood, not a lot of pure gore, but the subject matter is... weird.
Rewatchability: Sheer "Dude, you have to see this."
Watch If: Your faith in humanity needs to be just a little bit lower.
Not If: You're easily offended.
Similar To: Leprechaun
Trigger Warning- Incest
Not Onscreen, but they discuss the fact that the grandfather drugged and raped the mother when she was 16.
The Bare Bones: A young woman's world gets turned upside down when she finds herself at the center of a Nazi plot to combine Eugenics and Ancient, Undead Demon Elves.
That being said, Dan Haggerty, aka Grizzly Adams, can do no wrong, and has never given any job less than 110%. Unfortunately, I'm not sure any of the other actors in this film bothered to read the script all the way through.
But on a serious note, this is what pretty similar to what Nazi Demon Elves look like (In both the film and real life.)
The general cinematography in this one is... lacking, even for the time period in which it was made, which, believe me, certainly comes across in the aesthetic.
But, If I'm being fair, they could have done much, much worse, so I suppose this is a case where we should count our blessings.
I do know that it was in your face, unapologetic, face-palm worthy, and that I shall never forget it, as long as I live. The writing is eternally quotable, the premise is ridiculous, and the original release had a trailer for Alien Seed in its opening credits. If It's not your thing, that's fine, but to those who love their weird stuff, this will hold an eternal spot on the shelf.