That oozing pink terror, "The Blob," lives again in this irreverent and hilarious send up of the 1958 classic. But this time, Steve McQueen has to face off against a wise-cracking pile of goo when, for the first time, The Blob speaks!

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Bob Buchholz ...
Steve McQueen (voice) (as Bob Bucholz)
Connie Sue Cook ...
Aunt Bea / Nurse / Mrs. Olivier
Frances Kelly ...
Vaccine (voice)
Steve Pinto ...
Barney / Dr. Halen / Opie / Pope / Eddie / Mel
Stephen L. Rollman ...
The Sheriff (voice)
Kent Skov ...
Beaver / Deputy / Mr. Olivier / Blobermouth
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That oozing pink terror, "The Blob," lives again in this irreverent and hilarious send up of the 1958 classic. But this time, Steve McQueen has to face off against a wise-cracking pile of goo when, for the first time, The Blob speaks!

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Comedy | Horror | Sci-Fi

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R
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October 1991 (USA)  »

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Good in doses
14 April 2006 | by (Chicago) – See all my reviews

I watched this in two parts like I did with The Lost Skeleton of Cadavra. With each movie, I got a little tired of them at the halfway point. But I did enjoy a lot of Blobermouth. First of all, I remember being a big fan of the original but had not seen it in year. Watching it with a different soundtrack shows that very little happens in the movie (lots of talk). There are some very clever jokes in this version, particularly from the female lead. When the characters go into shadows, they will shout "Where did my head go!" And the Aunt Bea segment is an absolute riot--dead on! They also make fun of Steve McQueen keeping his hands in his pockets. However, the musical breaks are needless and unfunny. The animated lips on The Blob are annoying at first, but once he continues to deliver Henny Youngman jokes, the character becomes funnier. They mostly get it right, it is just a little long.


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