Tomato Man is a serial killer in a small community that starts killing unsuspecting ladies. The Mayor and Detectives are in a search for Tomato Man the problem is no knows who Tomato Man is.




Credited cast:
Jason Crowe ...
Matthew W. Enstrom ...
John Fairchild ...
little Jimmy
Curtis Humble ...
Professor Horsehair
Henry Humble ...
Detective Ed Lincoln
Roni Jonah ...
Jessica Shuck ...
Lora Vazquez ...


In a small quite city in Indiana Lora comes up missing. Someone starts stalking women in the city in an attempt to calm his desires for the local news anchor Ann Marie. What starts as stalking soon becomes kidnapping which leads to the news mentioning about the Tomato Man. Tomato Man now sets his sights on Ann Marie. The Detectives are in a race to stop this Tomato Man before he Kills again. Written by Matthew W. ENstrom

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22 December 2010 (USA)  »

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$500 (estimated)

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1.78 : 1
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Did You Know?


Tomato Man premiered at the "B Movie Celebration" in Franklin, Indiana on Sept. 26, 2010 to a enthusiastic crowd. See more »


When Tomato man prints out the pictures of his female targets, it shows a close up of the printer. When it goes to a long shot there is no printer on the desk. See more »


Detective Ed Lincoln: Remember how mad she'd get when I was touching the evidence?
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Wrong Side of Hell
Performed by Professor Horsehair
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Caught Me in the Right Frame of Mind
21 July 2014 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Watched this low budget little beauty and couple of nights ago. Tries for the 70's grindhouse style and almost succeeds. Is it bad? Of course it is. What else would you expect going into it? Very few grindhouse were technically good movies.So sit back and let the badness sweep you away. It's only one lost hour that you'll never forget no matter how hard you try.

Tomato Man caught in on the right night. If i were in the wrong state of mind I would have probably tossed this in the " never to be watched again" pile. As it is, I will most likely revisit this a few more times.Not to mention foisting Tomato Man on a few unsuspecting friends.That, my friends, is one of the joys of being a "bad movie connoisseur". Is 9 a little high for this type on film? I can only say that I really enjoyed it.The acting was atrociously funny and/or annoying.The camera work was okay (and that's being generous). The terrible music actually fit the mood of the film. Matthew Enstrom, evidently the mastermind behind Tomato Man, has directed a couple other films that I will check out if I can locate copies.Hopefully this isn't the last we hear from him.

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