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Greg Lamberson (writer)
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A horror film with guts!
Plot:
A student moves into a run-down building in New York City. His bizarre neighbors make a concoction in their apartment they call wine, but when he takes some of it, he turns into a deformed, murderous monster. Full summary » | Add synopsis »
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Bright Slime, Gooey City See more (19 total) »

Cast

  (in credits order)
Robert C. Sabin ... Alex
Mary Huner ... Lori / Nicole
T.J. Merrick ... Jerry
Dennis Embry ... Roman
Dick Biel ... Det. Irish
Jane Doniger Reibel ... Lizzy

Bunny Levine ... Ruby

Marilyn Oran ... Selina
T. Clay Dickinson ... Derelict
Terry Spivey ... Seaman
Eva Lee ... Prostitute
Jamie Johnson ... Tracy (as Jamie Zozzaro)

Allen Lewis Rickman ... Horace (as Alan Rickman)
Ivy Rosovsky ... Rene (as Ivy J. Rosovsky)
Gary Stein ... Mr. Swan
Susan McCallum ... Mrs. Swan
Daniel Frye ... Zachary
David Sanchez ... Homeboy
Lloyd 'Chip' Henry ... Homeboy
rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Craig Sabin ... Alex (as Robert C. Sabin)

Directed by
Greg Lamberson 
 
Writing credits
Greg Lamberson (writer)

Produced by
Calvin Chao .... associate producer
Peter Clark .... producer (as Peter J. Clark)
Elizabeth Karol .... associate producer
Jeanne T. Keefe .... associate producer
Greg Lamberson .... producer
Marc Makowski .... producer (as Marc J. Makowski)
Mark J. Makowski .... producer
Angel E. Napoleani .... associate producer
Briton J. Petrucelly .... associate producer (as Britton Petrucelly)
Sandy Soloc .... associate producer
Lydia T. Texidor .... associate producer
William Tyler .... associate producer
Jesus Valdes .... associate producer
 
Original Music by
Robert Tomaro 
 
Cinematography by
Peter Clark (director of photography) (as Peter J. Clark)
 
Film Editing by
Greg Lamberson 
Briton J. Petrucelly  (as Britton Petrucelly)
 
Production Design by
Bonnie J. Brinkley  (as Bonnie Brinkley)
 
Costume Design by
Ivy Rosovsky  (as Ivy J. Rosovsky)
 
Makeup Department
Scott Coulter .... special makeup effects artist (as J. Scott Coulter)
Dan Frye .... makeup artist
Tom Lauten .... additional makeup effects artist
 
Production Management
Kevin Bunce .... post-production supervisor
Marc Makowski .... production manager
 
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Ed Walloga .... assistant director
 
Art Department
Gina Barbusci .... art department
Terry Conway .... carpenter
Lloyd Henry .... carpenter (as Lloyd 'Chip' Henry)
Eric Mache .... art department
David Sanchez .... carpenter
Abraham Vigo .... carpenter (as Abraham 'Eddie' Vigo)
Nelson Wakefield .... art department
 
Sound Department
Alan Binger .... special sound effects
Joe Warda .... sound engineer (as Joseph Warda)
 
Camera and Electrical Department
Kevin Bruce .... camera operator
Brent James .... assistant camera
James M. Muro .... Steadicam operator (as James Muro)
 
Editorial Department
Lou Somerstein .... negative cutter (as Lou Somerstein)
 
Music Department
Robert Cross .... music recordist
 
Other crew
Phil Gallo .... titles
Gerald J. Gold .... legal services
Eric Mache .... title designer
Theo Pingarelli .... title designer: main titles
Ivy Rosovsky .... choreographer (as Ivy J. Rosovsky)
Gary Yee .... laboratory technician
 
Thanks
Paula Mandel .... special thanks
Peter Reniers .... special thanks
Pillar Rivera .... special thanks
Cathy Semper .... special thanks
Dorril Semper .... special thanks
Diane Valle .... special thanks
Fred Wakefield .... special thanks
 

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81 min
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Referenced in Making Slime (1998) (V)See more »

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4 out of 6 people found the following review useful.
Bright Slime, Gooey City, 20 May 2007
Author: Coventry from the Draconian Swamp of Unholy Souls

I agree the numerous comparisons with "Street Trash" are very justified, but personally I think "Slime City" is a far more interesting and 'better' film because the characters in this film are at least sympathetic and the overall elaboration is definitely more appealing than "Street Trash", which is – in my humble opinion – a hideous and nearly unwatchable production. At least "Slime City" benefices from a much more pleasant & cheerful atmosphere, greatly inspiring music and the light-headed direction by Greg Lamberson! This is a terribly poor and laughably inept film, of course, but it certainly doesn't fail to entertain fans of cheap 'n cheesy 80's smut. The camera-work and editing are rudimentary and very amateurish, but the gore effects are incredibly grotesque and the storyline is too demented for words. The promising young painter Alex moves into an old apartment building, unaware that the other tenants are reincarnated disciples of a Satan-worshiping alchemist who committed suicide in the building's basement. Through eating bright-colored pudding, drinking vaporous wine and enjoying sexual contact with the luscious neighbor, Alex mutates into a sticky monster who kills homeless guys, prostitutes and ghetto hoodlums. His only hope for rescue lies in the hands of his virgin girlfriend Nicole, but she loves Alex too much to ever hurt him. "Slime City" surpasses the average 'so-bad-it's-good' 80's horror film; it's a genuine trash and crap FEAST! We're talking characters (like the hilarious prostitute) that patiently wait around for monstrous Alex to kill them, obtrusive spiritual media that pop up unasked and out of nowhere, incompetent police detectives that couldn't even prevent a crime if it happened right under their noses and body parts that continue to function after being separated from the torso. The climax is particularly outrageous (in a gooey way) and over-the-top hilarious. The acting performances are abominable, but you wouldn't expect it any other way, the whole thing is simply too insane to feature any tension and the vintage 80's soundtrack is too fabulous for words. If you like Troma films, Frank Hennenlotter's Indie-flicks and other no-budget crap from the 80's, "Slime City" is the ideal purchase for you. It would be a crime against good taste to rate this movie any more than 5 out of 10, but this is one of those times you shouldn't exclusively focus on the rating.

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