This movie is wholly too goofy for me to get into. I'm not entirely averse to silly horror movies - when I saw Terror Toons (2002) perhaps five years back, I sort of liked it. But there's a line to how much I can take, and Nightmare Sisters went far, far past it.
There's some appeal to the movie, to be sure. Linnea Quigley's a big name in horror, for good reason, having appeared in such classics as Graduation Day (1981), Silent Night, Deadly Night (1984), The Return of the Living Dead (1985), and Night of the Demons (1988), and she's a treat to see. Some of the other actors/actresses were decent, such as Brinke Stevens (perhaps the most attractive of the three girls) and William Dristas.
But Nightmare Sisters went overboard with it's comedic style. The beginning fortune-teller portion overstays its welcome ("Hokey smokes, that's a lot of ashes," I admit, did get a slight chuckle), and then it takes something like fifty minutes until we're given something resembling suspense. The somewhat famous bubble bath scene was okay, but again, after a few minutes, it doesn't really add anything to the movie aside from more skin, which we really didn't need.
I first saw this October 2017 during a horror movie challenge, and I was looking forward to it. What exactly I was expecting, I'm not sure, but I was disappointed then, and with a second viewing, I'm disappointed still. It may be a piece of 80's cheese, but it's far too cheesy for me.