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Worth A Look: 13.33%
Average: 6.67%
Pretty Bad: 6.67%
Total Crap: 0%

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by Rob Gonsalves

"Cataclysmically gross cult comedy."
5 stars

This very gross, mean-spirited and ugly horror-comedy has much to recommend it.

If you get prickly over politically incorrect depictions of the homeless, though, youd better skip it. The plot, such as it is, concerns a lethal, mysterious wine called Viper that melts the Brooklyn bums who drink it.

Characters include a psychotic Vietnam vet (Vic Noto) who rules a junkyard, his scuzzy kept woman (Nicole Potter), two relatively sympathetic young runaways (Mike Lackey and Mark Sferrazza), a repulsive necrophiliac (R.L. Ryan), the funny Mutt-and-Jeff team of Tony Darrow (later in GoodFellas) as a Mafioso and James Lorinz (Frankenhooker) as a doorman, and a brutal cop (Bill Chepil) who beats up a punk and vomits on said punks head.

Most of the cast gets melted in elaborate, truly disgusting special-effects sequences. Young director Jim Muro only twenty when he started filming this has the courage of whatever unclassifiable convictions he has.

Classic line: I cant kiss your prick! Its dribbling down the stairs!

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User Comments

9/16/14 mr.mike OK YouTube watch. 3 stars
4/01/12 My sweetness A one of a kind classic...nothing else compares to how much insane fun this movie is 5 stars
4/10/09 Dash Unicorn This is a cult classic. Never was bad taste so much fun! 4 stars
6/12/04 DJ ERIC 88 wonderful bottom shelf gore fest! NASTY! 5 stars
5/03/04 Jean I saw this film very young...never forgot it 5 stars
4/08/04 tatum Twisted trash 4 stars
1/03/03 john branch this one is a gem of all times 5 stars
9/16/02 Erich the Mad Bassist From winos melting to the infamous keep away scene: it's one of the greatest warped movies! 5 stars
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  24-Jun-1987 (NR)
  DVD: 26-Sep-2006



Directed by
  James Muro

Written by
  Roy Frumkes

  Mike Lackey
  Bill Chepil
  Jane Arakawa
  M. DeJango Krunch

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