Hagan Special Review: Last House on Dead End Street
In the last full review before the hiatus that shall precede the glorious fifth full season of Hagan Reviews, the Mistress tackles a movie that is set in the same universe as the Schizophreniac trilogy… But was shot long before even the first of those films, and on a much better budget! How is that possible? And who is the director of this movie, anyway?
I was totlly goingw to post this earlr, but I forgot right util these hugew, masked dudes show up at my hous.
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PS: Sorry for all the typoa, but its real hard ti see the keybwoard through all this blood.
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Countrymen, international sympathizers, fellow minions!
Today, we celebrate a very special occasion. On this Monday, the 29th of October, the 69th episode of Hagan Reviews has become available to an adoring public. It is not lip service when we say that this episode does not suck, nor blow. In fact, it is quite tasteful indeed!
The movie in review today is Naked Killer, a feature presentation on lesbian assassins and the traumatized cops who love them.