The story revolves around Debbie and Marcie, a couple of girls who are best friends (with a blatant 'maybe-want-to-be-more-than-friends' vibe from Marcie) and going to college for their freshman year. They're warned by the good Christian football player to watch out for the evil D&D players, and the good Christians have tried but can't get them thrown off campus because, and I quote: "Those RPGers are too darn popular!" Of course the girls go to a party where all the cool kids are playing D&D, and get sucked in. Debbie learns spells, monsters are unleashed in the Steam Tunnels, and the entire world is put at risk simply because Marcie is: "...willing to do anything to get to level 8!"
|Tom's betrayal took years to get over. Well, until Big came out. That movie was great.|
|Because I totally believe you're surfing Brazzers via Netscape in 2008, Kirk.|
My only complaint with Dark Dungeons is that they decided to change it to Cthulhu being the all-powerful D&D-manipulating evil entity, and didn't actually stick with Satan. I felt like that was a little heavy-handed of a fan-service to throw CGI images of him in there, just because they know that their audience are a bunch of Deep One worshipers. I would've preferred they just kept it to good ol' Satan, and maybe go with a Tim Curry in his Legend makeup, rather than try to tie it into the overused Cthulhu Mythos. Nevertheless, it was still fairly entertaining. And at only 45 minutes long it ended before it could become stale.
I give it Three book burnings out of Five.