In a Surburban Town, in a Less Gothic-like house lives the Klopeks, although they are strange neighbors, A man named Ray Peterson (who lives next door on right with Klopeks), and his buddies are figuring what are up too? But one day an Elderg Neighbor named Walter Selznick was gone, they thought the Klopeks killed him, Although Wlater just got back from the Hospital presumably Heart assues, during Ray was in ambulance, a figure crept in the ambulance, the figure was Dr. Werner Klopeks, he tells Ray that The Klopeks wanted to sell the Knapps's House, but they refused, then They killed them and Eat them (which Means Cannibalisim like eating the same species), but the Klopeks ended up getting arrested.
A comedy about one nice guy who gets pushed too far.
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Did You Know?
There is one family at the end of the street who are never seen until the end - the occupants of the house between Walter and Rumsfield. Their last name is Finnell, a reference to producer Michael Finnell
, which is seen on the side of their Chevrolet Astro Van as "Finnell Plumbing". They also have a Buick sedan and presumably are only visible at the end of the movie near Walter's house after the explosion. See more
The bird Art tries to shoot vocalizes like a crow, but is actually a raven. See more
Ray... Ray, where are you going? Come back to bed.
[Ray heads outside
At the end of the Universal logo, the camera zooms into Earth and to where the film takes place. See more
Referenced in The Buck Rules
Written by Mickey Finn
, Fernie Rod, Billy Rowe & Mark Radice
Performed by Jetboy
Courtesy of MCA Records See more