Whatever possessed the great Joan Crawford, Oscar-winner, to end her cinematic career with "Trog?" That question boggles the mind! Perhaps she was loaded on 100 proof vodka...at least that would somewhat explain her reasoning for contributing to this god-awful "horror" film. Trog is a cheapjack production all the way, rife with low-brow acting, garish special effects, an overbearing and brassy musical score, and a truly odorous performance by Joe Cornelius as the missing link, affectionately knick-named "Trog." Is there a plot? Well, I guess so. Are there dramatics? Sure. Joanie shouts and barks orders in a liquor-induced fog! Is there gore? Unfortunately, yes--involving a meat hook, of all things. Can you imagine someone hanging from a meat hook in a Joan Crawford picture? Oh, how the mighty have fallen! One reviewer mentioned Bette Davis and "Wicked Stepmother," but Bette still had sense (even after multiple strokes) to bale out before the film concluded. Joan, who was much younger than Davis when she made Trog, showed no such cinematic sense. I'd recommend "Trog" only if you want a laugh. And if you want to see Crawford in a decent horror film, watch "Whatever Happened to Baby Jane." It's the only good one she ever made! The others were trash, including "Berserk" and "Trog." Ugh, just thinking about it makes me nauseous!