Someone, variously known as the Black Angel and the Co-Ed Killer is, well, killing co-eds.All of whom knew each other. Who is responsible? And who the hell cares? This is about as badas a slasher film can get. Never mind the amateurish acting, the sub-literate script, and the awfulphotography. There’s no blood!
The sound is technically 2.0, and I suppose it is, but just barely. There is virtually no soundat all from the rear speakers, music or…otherwise, except on rare occasions. Extremely feeblestuff.
Urgh. I had a bad feeling when the long-defunct Vestron Video logo appeared as the filmbegan. The result looks like a quick transfer from a used tape. Ugly as sin and twice as grainy,speckles, murky — this is garbage. The picture even jumps a bit during the opening credits. Theonly point in the DVD’s defence is that a lot of the flaws are likely due to the source material.Garbage in, garbage out. The format is fullscreen (accompanied by Artisan’s usual claim thatit is simultaneously modified and the original version), but the direct-to-video nature of theproject could mean that no cropping has happened. Either way, it’s not like you’re missingmuch.
None whatsoever, which should be a surprise.
The chunk sound you hear is Artisan scraping the bottom of the barrel so hard theybroke through. Even as confirmed a trash-hound as myself can only wonder why the hell this1986 bow-wow warranted re-release.