A chemist experimenting with different formulas stumbles upon an ingredient that, when added to beer, makes it absolutely irresistible. Before he realizes it, an international spy is after ... See full summary »
John De Bello
An unknown killer, clad in World War II U.S. Army fatigues, stalks a small New Jersey town bent on reliving a 35 year-old double murder by focusing on a group of college kids holding an annual Spring Dance.
After being busted out of jail by his tomatoes, Professor Mortimer Gangrene begins a new plot to take over the world by inserting his hapless lackey Igor into the throne of the King of France. Written by
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In The Basement of Death, there are two board games that fall off the shelves: the Family Ties board game and The Addams Family board game. Marc Price (Michael) played Irwin 'Skippy' Handelman on '"Family Ties" (1982)', and John Astin (Professor Mortimer Gangreen) played Gomez Addams on _"The Addams Family" (1964)_. See more »
Although a comical disclaimer within the end credits states, "The Producers wish to point out that there is no King of France and there has not been since the French Revolution of 1789," indeed several monarchs ruled France during much of the nineteenth century. See more »
What am I worried about? I'm 22 years old, I'm backpacking through France... Life is wonderful. Oh, who am I kidding. Michael J. Fox is a major motion picture star and I'm making a Killer Tomatoes movie, part 4!. What am I worried about? I'm making a movie. I'm filming in France. I've got a piece of the merchandising! It beats dinner theater.
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DISCLAIMER The Producers wish to point out that there is no King of France and there has not been since the French Revolution of 1789. Guatemala is in Central America. Australia is a continent in the Southern Hemisphere. The Louvre has banned all rock concerts, and limits cultural activities to exhibitions of paintings and sculptures and stuff. The American Association of History Teachers recommends these books to children who wish to learn more about France: "The Tomatoes of August", "A Tale of Two Vegetables", "Kings and Other Dead Guys Who Wore Sissy Clothes" See more »
To all of you whom are calling this a horrible movie, get a clue. It wasn't made to compete in the Oscar run. It is pure schlock and silly, corny fun. A good laugh and just funny in a ridiculous way. Take it for what it's worth and don't over think it. Lots of fun. This is such a great franchise. I have seen interviews with many of the regular cast members and they don't take it seriously at all. Just good clean fun and silliness. I guess it doesn't take much to turn me on but I find them hysterical. L A U G H!!! If you can't laugh at them you need to relax and not take it so seriously. I love the stereotypes and the allusions to other age old stories. It must have been a lot of fun to work on.
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