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-I remember a seemingly crazy woman offering a couple some devils food cake and she did that whole wicked laugh thing
-Some people were at a party then a girl asked a boy if he wanted to touch her breasts, then her breasts ferociously engulfed his hands 
-Two people were in the back seat of a car making out then a random hand came up and started groping the boys private area but his eyes were closed so he thought it was his girl's hand
-I think there were some evil nuns in this movie too
-There was a younger girl in a car by herself then someone came and scared her with a wolf (or something) costume
I saw this when I was little back in the 90's so the details are kinda foggy

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