Slugs is gross. Slugs is gory. Slugs is ridiculous. Slugs is great.
But most importantly, Slugs, for no particular reason (other than that it’s more awesome if it does), takes place during Halloween.
Sure, it might appear to be an almost absolute afterthought, completely tacked on through some Godfrey Ho-style over dubbing and a sad looking Jack-O-lantern placed at an otherwise suspiciously unfestive party through reshoots…but it’s there goddammit and that’s all that matters.
Besides, Slugs doesn’t really need Halloween anyway. Between its grotesque death scenes, its gross slug photography, its bizarro performances and its intense, out of place score, Slugs is doing just fine without Halloween.
The unnecessary, and frankly half-assed inclusion of the holiday is merely one of many small touches that makes Slugs so great.
Now I may not have the authority to declare happy birthday…but I can confidently declare Happy Halloween and so can Slugs.
So, c’mon Weeners, get naked and get crazy!
2 Slugs Up!