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Motel HellA 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.
Actors of "Motel Hell"
Characters of "Motel Hell"
Directors of "Motel Hell"Kevin ConnorBirthdate: 24 September 1937, London, England, UK
Creators of "Motel Hell"Robert JaffeSteven-Charles JaffeBirthdate: 1951
Critic Reviews of "Motel Hell"Antagony & EcstasyDecember 05, 2016
Just on sheer chutzpah, it's got to be one of the most wholly worthwhile American horror films of the early 1980s.Daily DeadJanuary 07, 2016
Motel Hell is a rather well-executed dark comedy that plays it fairly straight, much thanks to the outstanding performances from Calhoun & Parsons who give the film a nice sense of gravity against the film's more cartoonish supporting characters.Aisle SeatAugust 21, 2014
A perverse film, both in its humor and its horror.TheBluFile.comAugust 12, 2014
[Blu-ray Review] For genre fans of the offbeat, horrific and tongue-in-cheek, Scream Factory's impressively packed Collector's Edition Blu-ray release of "Motel Hell" is worth seeking out.The DissolveAugust 11, 2014
...a low-budget shocker that's picked up a sizable cult following over the years, thanks in no small part to Calhoun, whose welcoming smile and aging matinee-idol looks made his turn as a villainous madman fond of human flesh all that more effective.Examiner.comAugust 10, 2014
As always, Shout! Factory has done an admirable job restoring the film to optimal quality and providing a ton of fascinating in-depth extras, but it's not nearly enough to cover up the fact that the film simply wasn't worth the trouble of digging up.Ozus' World Movie ReviewsMarch 24, 2006
It's meant to be weird, campy and funny but settles for being tasteless, gruesomely awkward and moronic.Kansas City KansanOctober 15, 2004
People buried up to their necks and raised for food. Yum? A drive-in classic.Your Movies (cleveland.com)March 18, 2004
Campy fun that's worth checking in for a visit.Apollo GuideJune 09, 2003
Though there's certainly some fun to be had with a gruesome horror/comedy that doesn't pull punches in either genre, it delivers the goods only sporadically.Lawrence Journal-WorldSeptember 09, 2002
An entire movie based on a verbal punchline
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