Tromaville: There’s Nothing Out There (1991) Review

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Hello Creeps. Me again, creating blogs in big amounts because I will not have time to update. Today, let’s talk about independent films. And Troma films! If you hadn’t learned by watching our reviews already, we are huge Troma fans. We reviewed two Troma films so far: Winterbeast and Monster in the Closet. Today, I want to take out the time to review – There’s Nothing Out There. Brought to us by the Troma Team.

A few days back, my  love and I decided to browse the Troma Library to stumble upon the 1991 film: There’s Nothing Out There.

Two things about this movie:

1. Comedic

2. Genius.

Why do I say such a thing? Because it’s one of the most perfect B-Movies out there. It picks on all the cliched moments in what I call “Teen Screams” and has sarcastic humor that’s awesome. My favorite character is the Horror Movie Nerd, whose love of horror films helps him identify the fact they are dealing with a situation similar to the ones within the films he’s studied and watched. Seven friends are up in a cabin for Spring Break. Of course, at the beginning of the movie you see the left over 80’s hair and the boring teacher talking about the assignment over Spring Break as everyone skips out with glee!

So… these seven friends go up to the cabin. And of course as in lots of “Teen Screams” there’s a lot of sex scenes. So… the beginning of the film is sort of like some soft creepy porno with people that jump REALLY high. I mean, REALLY high. It’s like they were on some sort of drug or trampoline. The monster is this “alien” little creature that makes people killers and wants to impregnate the ladies 😉 so it has that “hidden” sexual tone that becomes prominent when the monster was spreading the woman’s legs and giving her the 😉 face.

So, the dude that watched all the horror films soon becomes the hero as his obsession saves him and his two friends from the freaky monster thingy. I really don’t want to say too much about this because it’s something you creeps should check out for yourself. There will be  a video review on this film at a later date. Want to check it out? Here’s the Trailer:

 

 

 

 

 

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Motel Hell (1980) Review

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Farmer Vincent, his strange creepy sister, crappy acting and predictability equal marvelous 80’s cheese. The overacting seems to make this horror film more of a comedy – yet it’s quite enjoyable. Not only did this film make me giggle like a tiny baby hyena, it also made me ponder exactly how many farmer freaks like this are out there in the world. With all the crazy loons running amuck amongst those people that are supposed to be within a social setting – Your breakfast sausage may be a Farmer Vincent Special. Isn’t that a sickening thought?

Of course, with all cheesy films there’s a blonde bimbo that creepily makes out with old farmer Vincent. Why? I don’t know. But I guess old men need love too. She has to be the most annoying person in the film because all she does is look around like a deer caught in headlights, say a few lines, and then scream. She’s got the dumb blonde role down pat though.

So anyway, Vincent has this secret garden, which is made up of travelers that pass by his hotel. He and his creepy sister would bury people within the garden and cut their vocal chords. They sounded like alien monsters trying to scream for help. They actual remind me of frogs with their croaking. Farmer Vincent has been smoking people meat and selling it to people for years. Throughout the movie you see a few customers that nom on the meat and talk about how delicious ol’ uncle Ted’s leg meat is… well they don’t know it’s human but you get my drift.

Also, the wonderful thing about this is the questions and answers. You know lines like: “Why don’t you just burn the place?” “You mean arson?” That make you wanna face palm yourself and chuckle. Needless to say, this film is under my fantastical cheesy film category so if you’re interested take a peak.

I found the full film on Youtube here:

Blood & Guts
– Mercy