From the movie's cover, I thought that I was in for a horror comedy of sorts, but I had no idea that this was a Troma movie. And had I known that, then I would have given the movie a wide berth.<br/><br/>I sat down to watch "Attack of the Killer Shrews!" in 2021, without ever having known about this movie's existence. But then again, I have never been a fan of the movies that Troma have been putting out at all, so I wouldn't be keeping up with their releases.<br/><br/>And as I realized that this was a Troma movie, the feature had already begun. So I figured that I might as well give it a chance. Perhaps Troma had upped their game since last I saw one of their movies.<br/><br/>Turns out that they haven't!<br/><br/>This was a bad movie, really, really bad movie. The acting was as wooden and rigid as it gets, complete with horrible dialogue and lousy characters. Needless to say that the plot of the movie and the storyline was just rubbish.<br/><br/>And the shrews were nothing more than stuffed toy animals. It was just painful to look at. It was so bad, and not in the way that some movies manages to be so bad that it becomes funny to watch. No, "Attack of the Shrews!" was just painful to watch.<br/><br/>But hey, I know there are fans out there for the Troma movies. I, however, am not one of them, and I gave this movie a chance. I managed to endure a staggering 30 minutes of pure torture, then I just had enough of the ordeal and I called it quits. Never to return to finish this movie.<br/><br/>Now, I got nothing against B-movies, but the stuff that Troma puts out is just amateurish on a level where I am sure that anyone with a digital video camera and free video editing software can make something of equal worth. So it is just beyond me why stuff like this make it to physical print and release.<br/><br/>My rating of "Attack of the Killer Shrews!" land on a, and no surprise there, mere one out of ten stars. It is without a doubt one of the worst movies I have stumbled upon.