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Killer Condom (1996)

Kondom des Grauens (original title)
Not Rated | | Comedy, Horror, Romance | 29 August 1996 (Germany)
The plot takes place in New York, and in the present. In a Hotel called "Quicky" a professor blackmails a student of his into having sex with him. But when the professor puts on a condom, ... See full summary »

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Cast overview, first billed only:
... Luigi Mackeroni
... Sam Hanks
... Dr. Doris Riffleson
... Babette (Bob Miller)
Marc Richter ... Billy
Evelyn Künneke ... Forensic Doctor (as Evelyn Künnecke)
Hella von Sinnen ... Detective Sally
Heribert Sasse ... Secret Service Man
... Phyllis Higgins
Gerd Wameling ... Her Teacher
Henning Schlüter ... Robinson
Ron Williams ... Chief of Police
... Mr. Higgins
... Mrs. Higgins
Gode Benedix ... Policeman O'Brian
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The plot takes place in New York, and in the present. In a Hotel called "Quicky" a professor blackmails a student of his into having sex with him. But when the professor puts on a condom, the carnivorous condom bites off his penis and disappears. Detective Mackaroni who gets the case thinks that the college girl just bit off her teacher's penis! Mackaroni goes to the motel himself to check out the crime scene, in the lobby he finds a gigolo named Bill and he asks him to follow him to crime room, there the two men attempt to have sex when they are suddenly interrupted by the attack of a killer condom. Written by Harris Mavrommatis <niteowl@hol.gr>

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The rubber that rubs you out!


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Luigi Mackeroni: Sometimes this city looks like a tumor that does not stop growing, ever closer to its destruction.
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Killing Me Softly
Music by Charles Fox and lyrics by Norman Gimbel
Sung by Roberta Flack
(used in the American release version by Troma only; not present in original German version of the film)
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Objective-Proof that Germans Have a Sense-of-Humor
11 March 2006 | by See all my reviews

You've heard-it, and probably said-it: "Germans aren't funny, they have no-sense-of-humor", but it's untrue. How do I know this? The existence of this film, silly. This is an absolute laugh-riot from-the-get-go, the hilarious "Killer Kondom". A lot of North American-men will feel-uneasy watching a film that revels-in gay-culture, but this is some great social-satire too. Virtually every sexual-taboo is explored here, so Killer Kondom isn't exactly a date-film, heh-heh. But, if you want to remove uptight, unwanted company, you could do worse. You have to admire something this funny, yet-annoying. Ferchrissakes, that's what a "cult-film" IS. This could never, ever be distributed in-theaters within the territorial-United States. Our culture could not-withstand this film in that medium or setting, especially for the rampant homosexual-themes.

Maybe the funniest-thing is that the film takes-place in New York City, with an all-German cast speaking their native-language. This-alone is pretty funny, but that's before you reach the plot! The story is pretty-simple: male-clients of prostitutes are being-castrated by penis-eating creatures in a seedy New York Hotel (amazingly, not the Chelsea!). The protagonist-cop has to discover what the attacks are, and who originated-them, and why. It's quite-a-trip to the ending, and often hair-raising, especially if you're male. The depiction of American Midwesterners is hilarious in the prologue with the Hayseed-father The story is a camp-noir-horror, involving a very-ugly gay-cop, lots of subplots of his past-relationships, and lots of baiting-and-chasing of the condoms.

You could say this film makes-fun of several-genres, sometimes all in one-scene! From gumshoe-detective films, to John Waters grossout-insanity, to some truly-bizarre scenarios, this film has-it-all for those who love trash-cinema. A number of the scenes and makeup were designs-by Swiss-surrealist, H. R. Geiger, though several never made-it to the final-cut. I've seen his sketches, and they were downright-Medieval. Too-bad, as his concepts were what made this film worth-a-looky! Troma's DVD is passable, with lousy-audio, but it's cheap and fun, just like a one-night-stand. A cult-classic with a "Get-the-F%*#-Outta-Here!!!" -ending. If you find religious-intolerance of-sexuality bad, this film will definitely resonate.


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