Farmer Vincent kidnaps unsuspecting travellers and is burying them in his garden. Unfortunately for his victims, they are not dead. He feeds his victims to prepare them for his roadside stand. His motto is: It takes all kinds of critters...to make Farmer Vincents fritters. The movie is gory, but is also a parody of slasher movies like Last House on the Left.
- Category:Horror, Thriller, Comedy
- Stars:Rory Calhoun, Paul Linke, Nancy Parsons, Nina Axelrod, Wolfman Jack, Elaine Joyce, Dick Curtis, Monique St. Pierre, Rosanne Katon, E. Hampton Beagle, Everett Creach, Michael Melvin, John Ratzenberger, Marc Silver, Victoria Hartman,
- Director:Kevin Connor, Kevin Connor,
- Writer:Robert Jaffe, Steven-Charles Jaffe
A seemingly friendly farmer and his sister kidnap unsuspecting travelers and bury them alive, using them to grind them into frankfurters, the "special ingredient" of their famous roadside fritters. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Motel Hell torrent reviews
(es) wrote: This movie was so cheezy, that we watched it because we were in awe... the concept of the story is okay; however, there's tons of fight scenes where you know it's going to happen because the "fight music" comes on, then you witness Bruce Lee move done "Matrix Style". We couldn't stop giggling... but I was so surprised that Ian Somerhalder would do this!! Oh well... I had to look it up online to see what others thought... no ratings yet!
(ru) wrote: cant wait 2 see it ive seen clips it luks amazing
(fr) wrote: A cinematic masterpiece. A triumph. One of the defining films of our generation. The 'Citizen Kane' of our time. The blockbuster hit of the summer.
(ru) wrote: Just watched this film and not sure whether that actually happened!......half a star for post-douche fartage!
(ag) wrote: The man who would direct Iron Man 1 and 2 plays a boxer no one remembers but anyone who knows boxing should, the movie could've been better but for the most part it's a nice movie. I never thought George C Scott could pull a believable Italian accent.
(jp) wrote: 86%Watched this on 22/5/15Before they made films like Saw, there was Cube. Cube is more of a mathematics based horror film that relies more on paranoia and psychological tension than on gore and violence. It's twists are offbeat and it's unambitious to a fault. It's acting is mostly bad, but enjoyable. The visual effects may not be too good, but the set pieces are absolutely fantastic. It craves more than the usual attention that a viewer would give it. When you think that it's falling apart, director Vincenzo Natali crafts it back to track.
(au) wrote: silly as only monty python can deliver
(nl) wrote: Awesome monster!!!!!
(ca) wrote: If you're looking for a sweet and lovely coming of age film with some of the most charming actors, this is the film for you. If you are looking to take yourself very seriously, this is not the film for you. The film is a nice break from the hectic details of life, and always can put a smile on my face. Giving it 5 stars because it is my favorite film because of how simple and sweet it is without a gimmick. Oh, and theres time travel that isn't incredibly complicated and sci-fi.
(us) wrote: It's neither the most coherent of scariest of horrors to start with, but the ridiculous ending is the icing on the cake.
(br) wrote: A lot of the jokes and set pieces remain sharp and occasionally shocking, especially the racially charged premise. The ending manages to feel both innovate and disappointing. As a whole it doesn't quite stand up to Brooks' greater works (The Producers and Young Frankenstein among them).
(ru) wrote: A quirky film with some good scenes, but ultimately not funny enough or all that engrossing.
(mx) wrote: Tom Hanks & Denzel Washington as leads with an interesting cameo from Antonio Banderas. And as the director we have Jonathan Demme(Remember Silence of the lambs). Yeah, if those are not enough to watch this film then no one can help you.