|Copyright 1972 Aquarius Releasing Inc.
| Reviewed by Andrew Borntreger on 'a long time ago'
- Lynn - Female nutcase who escaped from an asylum.
- Zambrini - Owns a diner in Hooterville, feeds dead bodies to his pigs. Stabbed by Lynn and then chopped up into bite sized pieces for the piggies.
- Dan - Sheriff, this guy needed to get a clue.
- Ben - Oil field worker who gets too pushy with Lynn, now a major component of bacon.
- Mrs. Macy - Neighbor to Zambrini who sounds like a loony old woman, knows that he is feeding bodies to the pigs.
- Jess - Bounty hunter for the hospital where Lynn was institutionalized, stabbed by her and turned into pig chow.
- The Pigs - Hungry little porkers who survive on a diet of bad actors.
|For nearly two hours I tried to claw my eyes out, this was... ...PAINFUL. I mean, talking about it helps some, but you just can't understand how bad this was. Quite possibly the worst movie reviewed to date, I'd have to watch The Cars That Ate Paris and this in a row to really judge. NO DAMN WAY, DON'T EVEN SUGGEST IT. Lynn is a serious nut case who stabbed her father to death after he raped her, freak woman believes daddy is still alive. "Lithium Poster Girl" escapes from the asylum when the nurse and doctor turn their backs to um, study anatomy. Stealing a car she flees into backwoods America, ending up at Zambrini's roadside diner. Here's another well adjusted human being, he is the proud owner of a flock of human eating pigs. Seems the little oinkers broke loose one time and devoured a drunk passed out in the field, now they crave human flesh. So Zambrini has been digging up graves, stealing corpses from the morgue, and probably killing travelers to keep them fed. Soon after psycho girl arrives she kills Ben - more food for the pigs. Then Jess shows up to take her back to the asylum - again with the pig chow. Zambrini figures out he has a bigger nut on his hands than himself at this point, makes the mistake of pointing out her dad is dead too. Lynn kills him and guess what she does with the body? That's right, slops the pigs and throws her necklace in the pen. The Sheriff falls for the ruse of course, he's dumb as a stump anyway, he would have believed a note left behind which said, "Fed myself to pigs, goodbye cruel world - Lynn." Nobody in the whole film can act, it's awful. I'm hoping these people stayed starving artists and subsequently, well starved. (You watch it and get high and mighty.) Most of the time it's too dark to see what is going on, that's not so bad, but the song! The wretched song we hear over and over signifying Lynn's dementia. I cried for about an hour after watching this film, not proud about it either. |
|Things I Learned From This Movie:|| |
- Pigs are winos natural predators.
- There isn't a law against feeding dead people to pigs.
- Nutcases constantly hear a voice singing, "La-la-la" in their head.
- If dad can't come to the phone because he's dead try calling later.
- The Egyptians worshipped pigs as gods.
- Asylums hire bounty hunters.
- Crazy women use lipstick as war paint.
- Blood looks remarkably like tomato paste.
- 1 min - What the HECK is going on?
- 12 mins - Focus would be good here.
- 22 mins - Is anybody normal in this movie?
- 28 mins - You stabbed daddy to death, friggin psycho...
- 43 mins - By now it's perfectly clear she is bonkers.
- 47 mins - Nobody notices the severed hand laying out?
- 74 mins - We knew she was a mental case over half an hour ago. Arrggghhh!
- Ending Credits - No director or copyright info, amazing. That makes it much harder to track down and punish these people.
| ||Audio clips in wav format||SOUNDS||Starving actors speak out|| |
||Zambrini: "You see they got used to eating human flesh."
||Mrs. Macy: "He feeds those pigs dead people and then he eats the pigs."
||Zambrini: "So what? Everybody's sick, everybody's running away from everything. What are you, what are you a troublemaker, huh?"
|Theme Song|| Listen to a clip from the soundtrack. |
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|Who thought this scene up? Arrggghh!|
In retrospect, this is an accurate portrayal of the nightmares I had for weeks after watching this. Perhaps the screenwriter was dabbling in a bit of foreshadowing.
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Reply #17. Posted on September 28, 2002, 12:34:28 AM by Amarie
The movie may be bad, but keep in mind that the basic premise of feeding people to pigs is well documented. Joe Ball did indeed run a roadhouse, and fed victims to his pigs. Also, the current case of the Canadian prostitute killer, who used the same method. Now there is real horror.
Reply #18. Posted on August 25, 2002, 10:13:30 PM by Deena
Ok, I am confused. I watched a movie with a similar plot (some guys feeding ppl to pigs) But it involved a bunch of high school kids and maybe even a dance. It was incredibly awful and damn near impossible to sit through. I wish I could remember the title.
Reply #19. Posted on November 25, 2006, 04:09:49 PM by Zeox
I thought that my wife and I were the only idiots who had watched this film...It has been about two years since we watched it and the images are still burned into our brains about how bad it is and that damn music that kept playing as the girl danced around. This movie needs it's own support group for how bad it was and to help ppl get over the trama from watching it.
On a ligter note the movie did have two god points--
1. The cover with the pig, whos tusks were incrusted with blood.
2. The movie final ended
Reply #20. Posted on January 13, 2003, 06:21:09 PM by Movie Pig
This is a horrible movie!!!! I was wondering where i can get? The only place I can think of is e-bay or half.com or a pawn shop
Reply #21. Posted on November 25, 2006, 04:09:49 PM by PlightMan
We have the last copy that exists on earth. Be jealous, be very jealous that you can't own such a great piece of American Cinema. Oh how bad it, oh how bad it really is.....
Reply #22. Posted on November 25, 2006, 04:10:12 PM by Andrew
This movie undoubtedly should win the award for either the greatest torture device ever invented (like something used in "A Clockwork Orange") or for one of the greatest failures of all mankind. I have yet to see "The Cars that Ate Paris", but this movie stands out in my mind as the WORST BAD MOVIE OF ALL TIME. Just thinking about the lush cinematography (filmed by a three year old in the dark) or the complicated plot is enough to send me into chronic spasms...this movie holds a rare distinction as a movie that outlasted me--I couldn't sit all the way through it! Bravo!
Reply #23. Posted on November 25, 2006, 04:09:49 PM by Tyra Banks
Omigosh, I love bacon, but this movie it sc-c-c-c-cares me.
Bacon, ham, sausage, bologna, hot dogs, and pork:
all of them remind me of this moooooovie.
Beef, milk, butter, cheese, hamburgers, steak....mmm meaty
*giggle* I'm scary too
~Bob was here~
~I'm not Bob~
~No, actually I'm Squidward~
Reply #24. Posted on November 25, 2006, 04:09:03 PM by Tom
I saw this movie one Saturday night in Phoenix, Arizona (on vacation!) and fell in love with it - and Elvira!
For years my friend and I had jokes about pigs and Hormel. I still send him a Habitat for Humanity pig gift certificate each Christmas. So there was SOME good there.
I wish I could find it for purchase.
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