Monday, November 18, 2013

MOTEL HELL / United Artists - 1980

It's Southern Horror Hospitality Monday with Tabonga, here at The Dungeon!.. And, it's post #1700 in our attempt to be the largest online reviewer of the wild 'n' weird side of movies and TV!! It's also time to add some color since our last four posts were in black and white.

Eegah!! sent over a great little soundclip from this flick, sooooo, you can push the big red 'GO' button there next to the atomic sausage making machine, NOW, Ralphie The Tarantula! Here's our audio offering for... MOTEL HELL!

Here's Rory (NIGHT OF THE LEPUS) Calhoun as downhome sausage packer, Vincent Smith. My advice, never trust anyone with a cutsie yellow Ford tractor!!

Here's Nancy Parsons as Vincent's sister, Ida. She's tending her special secret sausage ingredient garden, that's where they bury the victims up to their necks and clip their tounges so they can't complain while they're curing!

Then, Elaine Joyce and Dick Curtis play a kinky couple wanting a room for the night. I used to have a lil' crush on Elaine...

Well, the fun really never gets going because of Vincent and Ida's obsession for their special secret ingredient!

There's always something tasty stewing in the back room of the old sausage factory!!

Ida has a bit of a mean streak in her!

Wolfman Jack plays Reverend Billy, he got his start in movies with AMERICAN GRAFFITI in 1973. He was only 57 when he died in 1995, ending up with 21 acting credits which included playing Disco Devil on WONDER WOMAN.

Nina Axelrod plays Terry, a victim who's temporarily escaped from being a sausage! She has fallen for Vincent and they're celebrating their southern-style wedding.

When it's that time, the ones ready for harvest are hypnotized so they feel no pain when ropes are looped around their necks and they're dragged out of their holes with the tractor!!!..

Eventually, the rest of the victims escape from their plots to deliver some well deserved revenge to the number one asshole on their shit list, freakin' IDA!!

In the meantime, Vincent dons his gruesome pig head for horror effect and has a to-the-death chainsaw duel with his brother!

Rightly so, Vincent gets a screaming chainsaw right through his gut!


Grant said...

A crush in Elaine Joyce is something I sympathize with completely.

zillagord said...

my philosophy of life comes from this film: 'it takes all kinds of critters to make farmer vincent's fritters'.

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