A classic in its own unique way, embraced now for 30 years by those who savour off-beat films that foil expectations.
Wants to be a comedic horror film with hidden depths, but the horror is scarce and the humour largely average.
Lacklustre, featuring little by way of horror or indeed comedy, relying on thinly spread visual gags over real thought.
A stalk-and-slash film with very little stalking or slashing, little happens until the inevitably contrived conclusion.
The central story is drowned in subplot after subplot, red herrings running amok to the point of frustration.