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Please Don't Eat the Babies (1983)

Unrated | | Action, Horror | November 1983 (USA)
Teenage girls are kidnapped and brought to a remote island, which is inhabited by a family of crazed killers.


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Cast overview, first billed only:
Elizabeth Monet Elizabeth Monet ... Sugar (as Monet Elizabeth)
Tanya Louise Tanya Louise ... Bobbylee
Michael Wayne Michael Wayne ... Repo
Mike Jacobs Mike Jacobs ... Willie
Joe Lombardo Joe Lombardo ... Sid
Ross Hamilton Ross Hamilton ... Jimmer
Hank Worden ... Gramps Jebediah
Ed McClarty Ed McClarty ... Todd
Robin Haden Robin Haden ... Young Bobbylee
Sheri Olliff Sheri Olliff ... Young Sugar
Stan Wells Stan Wells ... Young Jimmer (as Stanley Wells)
Kirsten Baker Kirsten Baker ... Candy
Joe Lucas Joe Lucas ... John (as Jo Lucas)
Darcy Lee Darcy Lee ... Sylvia
Mitzi Strollery Mitzi Strollery ... Granny (as Mitzi Stollery)


Thugs kidnap teenagers Sugar and Bobbylee in order to trace the whereabouts of a treasure they think the two girls know the secret to. The girls tell the three thugs about a visit they had made years before as children to a mysterious island with friends. There, on the island, they had encountered an old man, Jedediah, and his wife Granny. The old couple lured unsuspecting island visitors to their cabin where they would kill and eat them. Sugar and Bobbylee's friends, all but one, met this fate, and the two girls escaped, though not before discovering a cache of gold doubloons. When the three thugs return to the island with the girl, they discover that someone is still there, guarding the island and the treasure. Written by Jim Beaver <jumblejim@prodigy.net>

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Release Date:

November 1983 (USA) See more »

Also Known As:

Island Fury See more »

Filming Locations:

Los Angeles, California, USA

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Bobbylee: We didn't do anything!
Sugar: I know, I know. I don't think they're following us.
Bobbylee: I *knew* we should not have been down this alley, we should have stayed on the street where there are people around!
Sugar: Okay, okay, they're right behind us. I think they're following us. Let's go.
Bobbylee: Run!
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A.KA Island Fury? That's no fun
10 June 2009 | by TromafreakSee all my reviews

Although, I had no earthly idea on what to expect from this movie, this sure as hell wasn't what I would have had in mind, had anything actually come to mind. Once I heard of its existence, all I knew was that I had to own a movie called Please Don't Eat The Babies. unfortunately, I could only find a copy under its alternate title, Island Fury. Looking back, I guess I could call it a lose-lose situation. On one hand, I still don't get to be known as the guy who owns a movie called Please Don't Eat The Babies, and on the other hand, Island Fury would ultimately reveal itself to be an awful, pointless, boring, unwatchable piece of garbage. Yeah, definitely lose-lose.

I'm not even sure what genre they're going for here. Just early 80's badness, with a flashback that might actually be longer than the non-flashback. First up, two teenage girls are being chased by two bad guys, once caught, the bad guys bring to our attention that one of the girls have a coin on a string, around her neck, and somehow, these bad guys know of a lot more of these coins hidden on an island somewhere. And this is where things start to get weird, somehow these guys know of a trip the girls took to some island, years earlier, when they were only 10. I guess this is supposed to mean that the girls should know exactly where this alleged treasure is. So, now, we're in the past, while the girls try to retrace their steps, so these bad guys don't kill them, although, I wouldn't have minded if they had. In the flashback, the 10 year old counterparts are on a boat trip with their sisters and the sisters boyfriends, eventually stopping by an island for some air, they get mixed up with some kid and his killer grandparents. Any potential suspense or reasons to keep on watching never shows up, but the flashback was undeniably better than the present, which still isn't saying a whole lot.

For a while there I had forgotten about the original story. At one point, I thought maybe the director had too, and when the flashback ended, that would be the end, which would have worked for me considering this disappointment would have been a half-hour shorter. This pointless movie within a pointless movie does eventually end, and real stuff does happen, but it's stupid. I guess I didn't exactly expect a movie filled with infants being devoured, or anything like that, but I did expect some form of outlandish B-entertainment, mostly just a confusing, inept storyline, unsure of its genre. My advice would be to seek out something worthwhile like Attack Of The Beast Creatures. If anyone, I would only recommend this one to serious B-movie collectors who must have them all, anyone else interested probably has brain damage. What really gets me is that I still have no idea why they called it Please Don't Eat The Babies. 3/10

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