Laura Riordan’s review published on Letterboxd:
It's hilarious, yet witty, yet crude, yet genius. The way it's shot exactly like a 1970's blaxploitation movie is perfect, and the soundtrack is just perfect accompaniment to the movie itself. The spilt screen used in a few shots in genius, and the acting is terrible, entirely on purpose. I could see someone confusing this with an actual 70's blaxploitation movie, as it is the perfect accompaniment to the genre. It's wonderful, hilarious, and infinitely quotable. To be fair though, I'm a fan of any movie with the final confrontation/fight to be done entirely with nunchucks.