busts out in her first feature film and offers us exactly what we’d
expect from her: revealing clothes, tit jokes, sex puns and more tit jokes.
I mention that we get a lot of tit jokes? Tits, tits, tits, tits, tits,
tits…. damn, I love that word! In order to fully enjoy this piece of
candy, you have to ask yourself this important question: Do I like Elvira?
On a personal note, I dig the broad. She’s smart but naive, she’s
sexually driven but not a slut and let's face it, did you see the set of
headlights on that ride? DAMN!
film that opens with the atrocious ending of the putridly funny
"It Conquered The World" is on the right path to “campiness”
heaven. The film
follows that hilarious scene with a bombardment of extremely funny
one-liners, “double entendre” sentences (my fav being: ”grab a tool
and start banging”), every visual breast gag ever written in the “easy
joke book”, sexual innuendos galore and even a couple of effective wiener
jokes. If immature, horny comedy is your thang, then you'll be sure to pop a woody for
film worked for me when it stayed away from the more thought-out
storyline. I was quite content with seeing Elvira and her melons cause a
ruckus and a multitude of erections. But of course, the movie had to have some meat (other than cleavage)
and the film’s plot eventually became heavier (with all the cook book
business). In the process, it slightly ceased to be funny. I didn’t see
the humor in Elvira burning at the stake or battling a scene-chewing
warlock. Don’t get me wrong, the end battle was still watchable, I dug
the nod to “Rambo” and the surprising moments of gore were pretty
slick, but the laughs just weren’t there anymore. At least the crude, but
consistently, arousing tit jokes kept coming. I know some folks might differ with me but I couldn’t get enough
the end, Elvira and her two luscious friends kept me entertained for 90
percent of the film. The movie is colorful, has a quick pace, sharp
writing and the camera is always where it should be: on Elvira’s boobies
and her booty. I see nothing wrong with that. I actually celebrate that! Kleenex anyone?