Like Simón's Pieces, this film works as a seemingly straight-faced, but really tongue-in-cheek spoof. This time with animal-attacks flicks. While Slugs may not quite be as consistently funny and fun as that 1982 film in the downtime scenes, it still has a zany abandon in its horror ones. The sex death and the dinner scene kill are campy, icky splatter at its best. The climax could've been more gruesome, though.