The Toy Box / Toys Are Not for Children 2003 Horror Movie Review
Horror movies Review
The Toy Box (1971, 89 min.) - Explore a kinky pleasure chest when swingers Donna and Ralph are invited to a midnight party at the castle of “Uncle,” an overweight pervert. However, it appears that Uncle has died, which doesn’t stop the guests from turning his wake into a non-stop orgy. Reality and illusion blur as various partygoers may or may not be gruesomely murdered; worse, a giant nude woman informs our guests that Uncle is actually an alien who’s collecting specimens for an extraterrestrial toy store specializing in the brains of “depraved” humans! One of the most bizarre mixes of surreal sex and horror to ever assault audiences, “The Toy Box” features direction by the cinematographer of “Twin Peaks” and a cast of sex-film starlets including the incredible Uschi Digart, who gets fondled by an amorous bed! “Toys Are Not for Children” (1973, 84 min.) - Miserable with her marriage to a toy-store clerk and obsessed with memories of her long-absent father, child-like Jamie learns that toys are not for children when she turns her life around—by becoming a hooker! Playing “daddy’s little girl” with dirty old men, she finds true happiness until a friend arranges a special “date” between Jamie and her [**]-hungry dad that, to put it mildly, does not go well. Two toy-friendly sickies definitely not for the kiddies!