Terror Toons

If you’re a regular reader of this blog, you’ve likely heard me mention Terror Toons at least once, as I consider it quite possibly the worst movie ever made (and that’s saying something!).  So I decided it was time to share the atrocity…um, I mean love with you all!

With a title like Terror Toons, I certainly wasn’t expecting greatness but this went from bad to some form of horror that I’ve never before or after encountered.  The premise of the movie is a little girl (of course played by a busty mid-20 year old) who receives a videotape called “Terror Toons”, a cartoon that features a mad doctor and his sidekick, homicidal gorilla (see? Sidekick homicidal gorilla should = hilarity but NO).  While she’s watching the cartoon, the two characters come to life, jump out of the t.v. and embark on a killing spree that’s part disgusting and part ridiculous.

See how my hair’s in pigtails with fun little holders? Clearly, I am a child!

Meanwhile, the girl’s older sister and friends are in the living room playing what is, as far as I can tell, the only documented game of strip Ouija EVER.  How does that even work??  You take off an article of clothing when the friendly spirits tell you to?  They fail to notice the little sister’s death…their friend’s death…the pizza delivery guy’s death…you see how this is going right?  It’s not until the mad scientist and evil gorilla actually pop out into the living room and start singing and dancing (yes.  Singing and dancing.  It goes to there…) that they notice something strange is going on.

Clearly we’re terrifying.

And then?  And then the whole house turns into one big cartoon acid trip with swirling colors and…well, honestly, that’s when I had to turn the movie off.  It’s not often a film beats me but dear god, this was so horrible I admitted defeat.  I can only recommend this for heavy drug users or hardcore revenge.

About mistylayne

I'm a Z movie loving, horror hound, Buffy quoting, Dr. Who watching, geekazoid and seeker of all things unusual. I'm a gypsy wanderer, lover of words, Wendy of the damned and all that jazz. What can I say? I'm complicated.

Posted on 2012.18.July, in American Cinema, American Indie, Horror Comedy, Lo-Budget, Musicals and tagged , , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. 18 Comments.

  1. Wow, so that’s really a thing? I have to say…I’m a bit curious.

    • About this movie or strip Ouija? 😉 Even having watched, I still don’t really understand the rules of that game, lol.

      • Well, both…Obviously

        I’m sure the writer(s) worked really hard on formulating strict rules for the game but in the fairness of the running time of the movie, they had to leave that stuff out.

      • Trust me, curiosity about this film will get you nowhere. Well, maybe Hell…and yes, I think that’s exactly what happened. I’m going to do the same sort of thing for my horror movie, Clown!. 😉

  2. this sounds like terrible! In fact – I hate it!

  3. OMG….I am glad I’m not the only person to suffer through this movie….my thoughts and experience with it are much the same as your own….check it…

    • Oh dear god. I am so sorry you had to see this piece of crap too. I just read your review – I must give you SERIOUS props, my friend, for having the guts to finish this (even if you fast forwarded). I didn’t even see superhero girl. I just couldn’t do it. I can’t believe they made a sequel…

  4. It takes a lot for me to outright refuse to watch a movie. So far the list only extends to Sex and the City 2 and anything with Barney the dinosaur. I may have to add Terror Toons to that list.
    (Barney is the devil)

    • Bwahahahaaa at Barney! Lucky for me, no one I babysit for these days watches Barney. It’s all Dora and Neverland Pirates and Aquanats.

      Definitely add Terror Toons to that list though. *shivers* It’ll scar you.

  5. Oh, Terror Toons. I love bad films, and this one stinks. Nice write-up!

  6. When I started my blog this was one of the first movies I reviewed, so I have a strange kind of love for it despite its sheer horribleness. You should try Terror Toons 2: The Sick and Silly Show. Now that’s quite something!


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