Completely harmless, utterly disposable. It's one of those trash horror films I watched with rapt, homicidal amusement - in crudely edited form - back in the olden days when they showed them on New York's Channel 11 - oddly, when they excised all the gore they made them more interesting to my grade-school mind (it's that blasted youthful imagination making things worse than they are). Now, seeing puppet creatures attacking a sword-wielding Kim Griest only has limited appeal. Goddamn you, "maturity"....
Director: Douglas Cheek
Year Released: 1984