An undertaker and his two friends, who are restaurant owners, drum up business by going out on the town and killing people; the restaurant owners use parts of the bodies for their menu, and...
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An undertaker and his two friends, who are restaurant owners, drum up business by going out on the town and killing people; the restaurant owners use parts of the bodies for their menu, and the undertaker gets paid by the families to bury the remainder. Their racket goes awry when 2 detectives suspect that something isn't quite kosher.Written by
A macabre story of two motorcycle-riding, knife-wielding, shiv-shaving, eye-gouging, arm-twisting, chain-lashing, scalpel-flashing, acid-throwing, gun-shooting, bone-breaking, pathological nuts and their pal the UNDERTAKER...
Acquired by Ted V. Mikels for release as part of a triple feature with The Corpse Grinders (1971) and The Embalmer (1965). It was Mikels who cut out most of the "gore" scenes and a sequence with Ray Dannis in drag. This shortened the film from a reported 80 minutes to its subsequent length of just over an hour. See more »
In the first sequence, when the camera pans along the length of the girl's body, the cameraman's shadow is seen on her leg. See more »
You gotta love this flick about funeral homes and greasy spoon dinners.I'm sure there's a message here but who cares? Canabalism was never so funny.Maybe I'm sick,but I loved it.What's not to like when a fresh killed victims body part is offered as a daily special at the dinner as the rest is displayed at the funeral home.Sick,yes,but done with flair.
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