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Geek Maggot Bingo or The Freak from Suckweasel Mountain (1983)

 -  Comedy | Horror  -  April 1983 (USA)
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Cast overview:
Robert Andrews ...
Doctor Frankenberry
Richard Hell ...
The Rawhide Kid
Brenda Bergman ...
Buffy
Donna Death ...
Scumbalina
Bruno Zeus ...
Geeko
Gumby Spangler ...
Flavian
Tyler Smith ...
The Monster
Jim Giacama ...
Dean Quagmire
Robert Martin ...
The Bob (as Bob Martin)
Robert Elkin ...
The Boop
Quasimodo Residue ...
The Boner
John Zacherle ...
Himself (as Zacherle)
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Dr. Frankenberry: From these raw materials shall emerge the first great specimen of genius: A Homo Superior!
Geeko: A homo!
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This film is dedicated to Norman Bodacious Romeo, Hacksaw Bushweed and all negroes wherever they may be See more »

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Endurance challenge!
16 May 2005 | by (Trenton, Ontario) – See all my reviews

I've seen many many movies that some would call BAD. I've seen many others that I myself would call BAD. But this video goes way beyond being just mere BAD. This video is ... well it's hard to find a word for it...awful...horrible...dreadful...they all come close, but just don't quite fit the mark. But maybe, just maybe, the title says it all. GEEK MAGGOT BINGO!!! So I slide this sucker into my VCR and begin to watch. I see the one and only Zacherley hosting this. Now old Zach might be the Cool Ghoul and all, but this was definitely not his finest hour. Then the story begins. Don't ask me to explain it to you but there is a Cowboy and a mad scientist, his daughter and his humpback assistant and a two-headed monster and a hottie vampire and her vampire followers. They they wander around and say a bunch of stuff in some of the most amateurish sets imaginable. The sets make Ed Wood's look like big-budget Hollywood. It looks like it was made in someones basement or garage, like a home movie. Like some guy got a camera and all his friends (or anyone else who was willing to dress up, or get undressed, and act like a retard) and made something up over the weekend and edited it himself (I don't think I've ever seen worse editing). And who was that guy? Why it was Nick Zedd, God bless 'em.

Of note, however, is the fact that, then up and coming, Ed French, did the special effects on this. And, almost in contrast to the terrible sets, he does a couple very cool make-ups including the two headed monster.

Also of note was a certain Bob Martin in the credits. Could this be the same Uncle Bob Martin I remember from the early days of Fangoria magazine. I'll have to dig out my back issues and find out. (*and sure enough it was, thanks for the email Uncle BoB*)

And speaking of Bobs, I saw a few Church of the Subgenius references which could go to explain a lot.

So what's with the title? Is there geeks and do they play Bingo with maggots? I think my girlfriend solved that one for me I think, suggesting it was a take-off of 'Beach Blanket Bingo'. But who knows what goes on in the minds of people who make movies like this. It could be or mean anything. Sort of reminiscent of pre- Pink Flamingoes John Waters, this movie is definitely an endurance challenge to even the most die-hard fan of shlock-camp-B movie videos. A must see!!!


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