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Hell Comes to Frogtown


Action / Comedy / Sci-Fi

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William Smith as Captain Devlin / Count Sodom
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Sandahl Bergman as Spangle
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Lee Garlington as Briefing Officer
Rory Calhoun Photo
Rory Calhoun as Looney Tunes
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699.90 MB
English 2.0
23.976 fps
1 hr 26 min
P/S 0 / 1
1.44 GB
English 2.0
23.976 fps
1 hr 26 min
P/S 1 / 7

Movie Reviews

Reviewed by kosmasp7 / 10

Hell comes to you

I can only assume that the makers of Super Mario Bros saw this and thought: We can do this! And they sort of did that ... so let's be clear! This is bad! It is not a good movie by any stretch of the imagination or any points that can be made to categorize it.

Having said that, Roddy Piper with his non performance, makes this quite the experience. He admits himself he didn't know the first thing about acting. I think the movie is really helped by that. It is bonkers, from the set design, to the jokes, to the "costumes", to the story ... but I still think it is quite enjoyable! Have not seen the sequel nor the maybe lightly based spin offs with a character named Max Hell (sounds related to Roddy Pipers character),just so you know

Reviewed by Woodyanders8 / 10

Enjoyably silly send-up of post-nuke sci-fi action fare

Smartaleck Sam Hell (a lively and engaging performance by wrestler Rowdy Roddy Piper) is one of the few potent men left in the wake of a nuclear holocaust. He's recruited by uptight doctor Spangle (Sandahl Bergman in top two-fisted form) to impregnate as many fertile women as possible in order to restore mankind's status as the dominant species in a barren wasteland ruled by mutant humanoid frogs. Directors Donald G. Jackson and R.J. Kizer, working from a pleasingly wiggy'n'witty script by Randall Frakes, relate the lovably loopy story at a snappy pace, maintain a winningly zany tongue-in-cheek tone throughout, and milk the amusing sense of cheerfully lowbrow humor for all it's worth. The zesty acting by the enthusiastic cast keeps the movie humming: Cec Verrell as fierce'n'foxy soldier Centinella, Kristi Somers as sassy saloon gal Arabella, Nicholas Worth as brutish "greener" Bull, Brian Frank as evil frog leader Commander Toty, and Cliff Bemis as suave club owner Leroy. Better yet, we've got colorful supporting parts for dependable veterans Big Bill Smith as the surly Captain Devlin and Rory Calhoun as amiable old prospector Looney Tunes. Moreover, there are a lot of cracking hilarious lines, with the sparky rat-a-tat-tat banter between Hell and Spangler providing the biggest belly laughs. Spangler's scorching hot dance number for Commander Toty rates as a definite highlight. David Shapiro's robust score hits the spirited spot. Jackson's sunny cinematography makes the most out of the desolate desert locations. A total hoot.

Reviewed by dstietjen10 / 10


One of the best B-Movies I've ever seen. Rodney Piper, in a post apocalyptic world where is the last fertile man gets captured by government agency Med Tech and has to rescue a harem of fertile women from mutant frogmen. You can't beat this. The post apocalyptic cars are awesome as well.

Rodney Piper does not disappoint, gives a great performance like They Live.

I cannot recommend this film enough. If you are a fan of Troma movies or the Evil Dead, or 80's B-Movies put this on the list. It will not disappoint.

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