Jason Crockett is an aging, grumpy, physically disabled millionaire who invites his family to his island estate for his birthday celebration. Pickett Smith is a free-lance photographer who is doing a pollution layout for an ecology magazine. Jason Crockett hates nature, poisoning anything that crawls on his property. On the night of his birthday the frogs and other members of nature begin to pay Crockett back. Written by
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Millions of slimy bodies squirming everywhere! Millions of gaping mouths devouring... devouring... devouring...
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Did You Know?
In a review for "Andy Warhol's Interview", writer Fran Lebowitz
called Frogs "the best bad movie I have ever seen in my life." See more
In scenes where seagulls are flocking, in order to keep the seagulls together, one can see pieces of bread being thrown in the air. See more
[Looking at Kenneth, dead on the ground in the greenhouse
Is there a place where we can put him?
Yes sir, I'll show you.
During the opening credits, Sam Eliott's character is taking photographs in the swamp. Each time he supposedly takes a picture, the picture freezes and a credit appear on screen. Each new credit is accompanied by the sound of a clicking camera. See more
Referenced in A Wedding