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The Nutzoids at Cannibal Cove (1989)

An uptight and strange family goes looking for their missing son. On the road they bump into a prostitute and an elderly clairvoyant.

Director:

Louis Ferriol

Writer:

Louis Ferriol
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Cast

Credited cast:
Bob Rose Bob Rose ... Jim Henderson
Dana Michele Dana Michele ... Kathy Henderson
Gerard Mascioli Gerard Mascioli ... Bud Henderson
Kim French Kim French ... Betty Henderson
Beverly Frances Beverly Frances ... Gizelda Henderson
Jane De Leeuw Jane De Leeuw ... Mme. Tooey (as Jane Deleeuw)
Marie Elena Marie Elena ... Sister Arnold
Tara Dowdell Tara Dowdell ... Valley Girl
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Meadow Williams ... Bitsy
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An uptight and strange family goes looking for their missing son. On the road they bump into a prostitute and an elderly clairvoyant.

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Short | Comedy | Horror

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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

1989 (USA) See more »

Filming Locations:

Crystal Cove, New Jersey, USA

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Production Co:

Carlson International See more »
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Color
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The Cooking Kathy Polka
Performed by Hans Redeiu
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Pretty weird comedy horror
20 April 2008 | by GuineaPigSee all my reviews

This is a very low budget movie, about thirty minutes long. The story is about a dysfunctional crazy Jewish family who ends up stranded on a secluded cabin in the woods when they went out looking for a car the eldest son lost (yes that's how stupid he is). During the trip they come upon a crazy old lady lying on the road and they decide to take her with them.

Strange and funny things happen in the cabin that range from product commercials within the movie to a hilarious dream sequence that involves zombies and the old witch cooking the family's little insolent girl (who is doing her first communion even though she is Jewish) to a polka tune in a big pot, all with cooking instructions included.

It is a parody of the 50's sitcom Father Knows Best.


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