On the surface, this low-budget, exploitation movie should be one to avoid like the plague - but if like me, you have had a strange attraction to movies-so-bad-they-are-kinda-interesting-in-an-odd-inexplicable-sort-of-way for decades, then it's likely you will find yourself unavoidably watching it.
And the goodnews, apparently, is that it's not too bad at all. Tiffany Shepis is said to be actually very good as Bonnie, if a little strident, and should pick up other roles on the strength of it. The thirties settings look well-designed and authentic looking from the trailers and the movie appears to have a plot, albeit slight, that is said to hang together fairly well and reaches a conclusion. Most of all, the cast seem to be having fun - and really that's how it should be, isn't it? After all, at the end of the day, we're just grown-up kids playing.
I've seen far worse big budget movies in my time than this one looks - and with the fun premise that includes a mad scientist resurrecting Dracula in the mid-west in the thirties, I'll certainly be giving it a go.