Jeff Rusnak of CityLink reviews TW3: “the film contains disturbing vomit and bowel-movement scenes and a segment in which the screen fills with worms and bugs.”

Posted: July 25, 2003 by fivalscornshank in News & Press

We can’t vouch for the quality of this thinly budgeted, locally produced horror flick, but considering how persistent producer Brett Circe and director David C. King were in finishing it, we figured they deserved some free publicity. Third in a series of Twisted Weekend gorefests, after Pledges Must Die and Co-ed Slaughter, the gross and gruesome Slacker Holocaust began production in 1996 but is just now being released. Like the Twisted films before it, Slacker centers on college students who aren’t smart-enough to keep themselves from dying in the most horrifying fashion, only this time the plot twists are ruled by a Ouija Board. According to one advanced “review,” the film contains disturbing vomit and bowel-movement scenes and a segment in which the screen fills with worms and bugs. For better or worse, Slacker Holocaust times out at 60 minutes.

Citylink: http://www.citylinkmagazine.com/

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