Todd Enoch’s review published on Letterboxd:
This is the part where I stress that my ratings are based on my enjoyment of a film, and not its overall quality. I stress that because while this film is seriously lacking in quality, it is one of the most enjoyable times I've had at the movies in ages. Since this went straight to VHS, very few people have probably had the joy of watching it in a theater with a large audience; those of use at the Dismember the Alamo in Richardson, TX tonight were part of the lucky few.
If you have a love of so-bad-they're-good films, then this is a must-see . . . unless children-in-actual-peril freaks you out. If that's the case, then steer clear because you're going to get triggered . . . a lot.