"Are we a cult item yet?" The question seems to hover in the air right alongside the title entities in SHRUNKEN HEADS, sort of a first-among-oddballs from the high-profile/low-budget studio Full Moon Entertainment, source of such direct-to-video fantasies as ARCADE, OBLIVION, PUPPET
MASTER, SUBSPECIES, and too many more.
The setting is an archetypal urban neighborhood (the filmmakers claimed inspiration from the 1937 melodrama DEAD END), where adolescent buddies Tommy Larson (Aeryk Egan), Bill Turner (Bo Sharon), and newcomer Freddy Thompson (Darris Love) get back at a local greaser gang by videotaping their
thievery and turning the evidence over to the polic...