Evil character looks looking like a demonic Iggy Pop decide that an animated Debbie Harry and her angelic voice could help summon Hell on Earth. Soundtrack made especially for the movie holds some interest, but the animation is cruel and too childish at times with embarrasing up-skirts scenes that feels mostly disturbing and disgusting. Story and characters also feels half-finished and never hits all buttons.
Es Cheap Trick, Debbie Harris, Iggy Pop y Lou Reed en una animación de Nelvana rotoscopiada post-apocalíptica que recuerda a Ralph Bakshi. Suficiente. La animación es de altísima calidad (no sólo para la época, hoy se mantiene bien fuerte) y sí, la historia es como de un mal capítulo de Los Cariñositos pero con rock, drogas y semidesnudos
A cute film, definitely doesn't compare to Bakshi's work. It's fun to watch, but I wouldn't enjoy it so much if it weren't for the soundtrack...and the fact that I had a crush on Omar when I was younger.
The movie's in shambles - lazily written and seemingly unfinished in spots, yet it's got a great, evocatively muddy look, and some of the character designs are fabulous. Some good to great songs, especially from Debbie Harry, and it breaks my heart that there's never been a soundtrack release.