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Hell Comes to Frogtown (Widescreen)


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  • Actors: Julius LeFlore, RCB, Roddy Piper, William Smith, Sandahl Bergman
  • Directors: Donald G. Jackson, R.J. Kizer
  • Writers: Donald G. Jackson, Randall Frakes
  • Producers: Donald G. Jackson, Cheryl L. Hayes, Randall Frakes, William W. Edwards
  • Format: Anamorphic, Closed-captioned, Color, DVD-Video, Widescreen, NTSC
  • Language: English
  • Region: Region 1 (US and Canada This DVD will probably NOT be viewable in other countries. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.85:1
  • Number of discs: 1
  • MPAA Rating: R
  • Studio: Starz / Anchor Bay
  • Release Date: Oct. 1 2002
  • Run Time: 86 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 3.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (12 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B000059PP6
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #43,936 in DVD (See Top 100 in DVD)

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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Jeffrey Leach on May 21 2004
Format: DVD
Meet Sam Hell. Life for this poor guy has never been the same after the world fell apart. Before the apocalypse wiped out most of humanity, Hell was just another bloke trying to make it with the ladies. After the end of the world, he suddenly found himself in great demand. Why? Sam Hell has the unique distinction of being one of the only-if not the only-men on the planet capable of fathering children. This ability is a big deal in a world where fertility is a highly prized commodity for both men and women. Radiation rendered most of the lads and lasses incapable of bearing children, so if the human race is to once again thrive and eventually rebuild the planet, the right man must meet the right women. Besides, our side needs more children so they can raise good little soldiers to continue fighting the Russians (or whoever it was who turned America into a desert). Fortunately for this barren world, and for lovers of low budget trash cinema, Sam Hell just happens to be former wrestler turned actor "Rowdy" Roddy Piper. I can sleep better at nights knowing Piper made more films before and after his memorable turn in Carpenter's "They Live."
Hell's adventure begins when a group of scientists working for something called Med Tech (or some such thing) save his life from a sadistic soldier, a Captain Devlin (William Smith), bent on killing the fertile fool. It seems Sammy impregnated this guy's daughter and attempted to mosey on down the road, something the soldier finds reprehensible. As part of the bargain for rescuing Hell from an early demise, Med Tech insists that he sign on to a most peculiar mission. He must rescue a bevy of fertile women from the clutches of humanoid frogs.
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Ok another 80's post nuclear holocaust movie. The humans are racing to re-populate the human race faster than the 'toadies' which are frog mutants. Problem is all the nuclear radiation has made most men sterile. Not our man Sam Hell, aka Rowdy Rodney Piper, the WWF wrestler. He has the highest sperm count the government has ever seen in one man. So they bolt him up with a government chastity belt and now he must mate with as many females as he can. Rough job huh?
Well a handful of seductive young maiden have been captured by the frog-people and the government sends Sam, a female corporal, and a hot blond scientist into Frogtown to rescue them. Get this they arrive in a hot-pink Mercedes with an M60 mounted on top.
The absolute lowpoint of this flick is the scientist dancing to arouse the 'Three Snakes'. I won't go into detail on this. You'll just have to see it to believe it. Words cannot describe. For those who lived through the 80's and loved it as much as I did, then you know there were many songs and movies that just made us lower our heads in shame. This is one such movie.
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By D. Allen on April 27 2001
Format: VHS Tape
Pro Wrestling's "Rowdy" Roddy Piper makes his second film appearence in this silly but fun Sci-Fi adventure. Roddy is one of the last fertile men left on a post-appockolyiptic earth. He is captured by an all fremale scince group who forcew Roddy to impregnate all the fertile wild women they come across, and while not in action, roddy is forced to wear an explosive coddle belt (to prevent him from escaping). Guess what happens if Roddy (Hell) gets farther away than a specified distance to the Science group's van? One of the important women to the science group is captured and held in Frogtown (a town full of half human/ half amphibian mutants), and now Mr. Hell must penitrate the main group of mutants to save her. Actually, this movie is a lot more entertaining than it sounds. As expected, it is a low budget sterling flick, but it's vastly entertaining in it's action and humor. If you've nevver seen this film, it's worth seeing at least once. If you liked "They Live", Roddy's other film, buy this one. It's an underground classic!
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Roddy Piper (wrestler and star of They Live) is back in another science fiction thriller. This time it is the future and very few men are fertile. Roddy leaves pregnant women wherever he goes. Because of this, Med-Tech wants him to help with the repopulation of the country so that they can carry on the war that created the mess.
But no sooner does Hellman (piper) sign on the dotted line than he is railroaded into an attempt to rescue a group of fertile women from the mutants of Frogtown.
What follows is a pretty good film although it is obvious that the budget was not huge. The acting is pretty good and Piper appears more boyish and less sharp-edged than he does in They Live. I particularly liked the frog mutant playing at Sydney Greenstreet's The Fatman. The only thing I did miss was that there was no great one-liner from Piper. He had one of the great lines of all time in They Live.
Sure it's campy and low budget but it is also very fun.
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Format: VHS Tape
If I felt this is one of the worst films ever, then why did I give it a five star rating? Well, because this movie is so bad that I found a lot of appeal to it. I never laughed so hard at the bad acting, the bad hairstyles, and of course, the worst costumes you have ever seen. Just wait until you see those mutant frog people. Never in my life have I ever seen costumes so poorly done, the people who made those costume did such an awful job at making them look like frogs. And nothing is so silly as to see Sam Hell's genitals attached to a device that electricutes his genitals if he strays too far. This is the type of film you wonder why it was never featured on Mystery Science Theater 3000. Of course you're in for a bad film where the only credibility one of the actors, "Rowdy" Roddy Piper had, is bodyslamming his opponents in WWF pro-wrestling. But this movie deserves a five star rating because it's so bad, it's actually great.
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