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The Corpse Grinders1971

  • 3.1
When the owners of the Lotus Cat Food Company (who manufacture an exotic, high priced type of kitty chow) run short of cash, they find themselves in big trouble with their suppliers. The two disreputable partners soon turn to a new and plentiful source for product, fresh cadavers! Grave robbing and unreported murders soon provide plenty of raw material for "the food cats crave" but there's only one problem, cats all over town have begun attacking and killing their human owners, filled with a newly found taste for human flesh!

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I remember reading Grindhouse king Bill Landis's interview with Mikels in an early 80's Fangoria. He commended him for the comic book style lighting that he believes Creepshow stole in an inferior way, which is like saying Return of the Jedi copied Space Hunter Adventures in the Forbidden Zone--totally off base! "

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What we have here is 100%, pure, Grade-A, psychotronic sleaze--courtesy of the one and only Ted V. Mikels--that's guarenteed to transform your cat into a ravenous, bloodthirsty killing machine. This is the kind of movie that was meant to be watched on a Saturday afternoon, in between a bass fishing show and an old rerun of "F-Troop," on an old black and white Magnavox television with a wire coat hanger antenna. It looks like it was filmed in somebody's backyard--and somebody else's garage. Everyone in the cast looks like they could use a shower. But nested deep within this production is a Pop Cultre linchpin: actor Sean Kenney, who plays the heroic, cat-scratched romantic lead, "Dr. Howard Glass." Kenney is better known as the mute, radiation-ravaged Captain Pike (one "beep" means yes, two "beeps" means no) in "The Menagerie," the only two-part episode of the original "Star Trek."

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review coming up at Theaterofguts.com here's a sample "

I remember reading Grindhouse king Bill Landis's interview with Mikels in an early 80's Fangoria. He commended him for the comic book style lighting that he believes Creepshow stole in an inferior way, which is like saying Return of the Jedi copied Space Hunter Adventures in the Forbidden Zone--totally off base! "

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