From the director of Basket Case and Brain Damage comes a film about undying love and sleaze.
Released by Shapiro-Glickenhaus Entertainment
Release Date: June 1st, 1990
Starring: James Lorinz, Joanne Ritchie, Patty Mullen
Written by Robert Martin and Frank Henenlotter
Directed by Frank Henenlotter
Rated R (gore, drugs and sensuality, and for language)
What began as a birthday barbecue ended in a bizarre tragedy in Ho-Ho-Kus, New Jersey today. It was this power mower that brought a quick end to the life of 21-year old, bride-to-be, Elizabeth Shelley. Like wood through a mulcher, the girthful fiance disappeared beneath the blades of the berserk mower that sent her personality raining down upon the birthday revelers. In a blaze of blood, bones, and body parts, the vivacious young girl was instantly reduced to a tossed human salad, a salad that police are still trying to gather up, a salad that was once named Elizabeth. -Newscaster
store across the street from the subdivision I lived in and my parents would take me and my brother there after dinner every Friday. I always gravitated to the horror, sci-fi, and action genres while my brother would grab the latest He-man tape or Nintendo game.