Tim Moffatt of New Times reviews TW3: All the stereotypes are in place and ready to spill their guts on celluloid for your viewing pleasure.

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

TW3 ManSlackers Must Die

See what happens when real college girls go possessed!

Do you find maggots, bloodshed, and gore comical? Do you like your humor like your coffee — black? If you answered yes to these questions, you’d better clear your calendar, because the third installment of the Twisted Weekend series opens at Cinema Paradiso (503 SE Sixth St., Fort Lauderdale). Never heard of the Twisted Weekend movies? That’s OK — you’re not alone. Local producer Brett Circe created Twisted Weekend: Pledges Must Die back in 1990 and Twisted Weekend 2: Co-ed Slaughter in 1999. But these slasher flicks were all just an introduction to college depravity. Twisted Weekend 3: Slacker Holocaust takes us deep into the bowels of the seedy side of birthday parties, replete with binge drinking, drugs, sex, and Ouija boards, the latter of which obviously becomes the vehicle through which the carnage is unleashed. All the stereotypes are in place and ready to spill their guts on celluloid for your viewing pleasure. There’s the birthday girl and troubled artist Lucie and her goody-two-shoes roommate, Violet. For added comic relief, there’s the over-the-top gay guy, the party-animal frat boys, and two burnouts (because they wander in packs). It’s not long before the drugs and booze are gone and the Ouija board opens the door for hot demon possession.

New Times: http://browardpalmbeach.com/
Full Article: http://www.browardpalmbeach.com/2003-07-24/calendar/slackers-must-die/full
Tim Moffatt, New Times

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