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Undertaker & His Pals [Import]

Ray Dannis , Warrene Ott , T.L.P. Swicegood    Unrated   DVD
3.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (4 customer reviews)

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5.0 out of 5 stars When heroin addicts get a camera and a budget March 18 2004
Format:DVD
This is without a doubt the dumbest hour I ever spent, and I loved every minute. Who couldn't love the humble undertaker, he's just trying to make a living and no one wants extras these days. This film works on many levels and has so much social, entertainment, and educational value, I don't know where to begin.
Check out the awful sound sinc when the chick fires the gun out the window. She fires twice, then you hear two bangs, THEN she thrusts her hips twice. Classic.
The undertaker loses his license plate, gets wounded and is about to be dumped in acid, when suddenly he helps Doc kill Mort in the acid. Did anyone catch this? Why did they do this?
How did the undertaker survuve a jump off a six story building and walk away without a scratch?
How did the undertaker take a leap at Thursday from two feet away and miss? She didn't even move!
What happened to Detective Glass in the end? Thursday ends up with the fat dude?
In 1967 gas was $0.32 a gallon? WOW.
This film leaves me in awe everytime I watch it. Next time I got a hankerin' for Leg of Lamb, Chicken Breast, or Hambur-Ger, I'm gonna get my butt down to the Greasy Spoon!
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THE UNDERTAKER AND HIS PALS is about a trio of bikers (Doc, Spike, and Mort) who live only to find unwary citizens to slaughter in grizzly ways. This is both logical and beneficial to our three fiends, since Doc and Spike add certain severed limbs of their victims to the menu of their diner (The Greasy Spoon), and Mort is a mortician who charges the victims' families big bucks to dispose of the leftovers. Our merry band of psychos have no redeeming qualities whatsoever, but boy are they hilarious! Just check out the "coffin" Mort puts on display for his bargain funeral! Enter detective Harry Glass, inept sleuth with a face that is best described as a James Brolin / Adam West hybrid. His gift seems to be getting beautiful assistants murdered without noticing. For the year it was made, TUAHP is a gorehounds dream. Fortunately, there is so much jet-black humor that the intentionally excessive bloodletting becomes (almost) funny. Highly recommended for adults only...
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3.0 out of 5 stars the 1967 version was more to it than this one March 10 2004
Format:DVD
the 1967 version was much more gorier than this one , it showed the girl on the fence without boobs and that was for the breast of chicken, the leg of lamb well there was more to it than it is now , all in all the movie has left out a lot of parts since i saw it in 1967 myself.the movie now is just fast and dumb. i have it on vhs and dvd, and neither one of them are like it was in 1967,, but oh well if you want it in your collection i would advise to buy it , for a much cheaper price then most have of course,,good luck and enjoy,,,,,
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1.0 out of 5 stars BORING MOVIE AND POOR SCRIPT March 29 2004
Format:DVD
Eating human flesh makes for easy jokes. This movie has almost none. They seem to be more concerned about gore, which is boring as hell. Also, a movie like this needs at least one good horror or comedy actor. This film has none! Since many of the acters have appeared in major productions, the acting is acceptable. So, it's not funny in a SO BAD IT'S GOOD ED WOOD vain. There are better films to spend your money on!
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Amazon.com: 3.8 out of 5 stars  16 reviews
4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Crazy Creeps Kill And Cook In Kooky Cult Classic! Dec 8 2003
By Bindy Sue Fr°nkŘnschtein - Published on Amazon.com
Format:DVD
THE UNDERTAKER AND HIS PALS is about a trio of bikers (Doc, Spike, and Mort) who live only to find unwary citizens to slaughter in grizzly ways. This is both logical and beneficial to our three fiends, since Doc and Spike add certain severed limbs of their victims to the menu of their diner (The Greasy Spoon), and Mort is a mortician who charges the victims' families big bucks to dispose of the leftovers. Our merry band of psychos have no redeeming qualities whatsoever, but boy are they hilarious! Just check out the "coffin" Mort puts on display for his bargain funeral! Enter detective Harry Glass, inept sleuth with a face that is best described as a James Brolin / Adam West hybrid. His gift seems to be getting beautiful assistants murdered without noticing. For the year it was made, TUAHP is a gorehounds dream. Fortunately, there is so much jet-black humor that the intentionally excessive bloodletting becomes (almost) funny. Highly recommended for adults only...
3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars When heroin addicts get a camera and a budget March 18 2004
By Johny Bottom - Published on Amazon.com
Format:DVD
This is without a doubt the dumbest hour I ever spent, and I loved every minute. Who couldn't love the humble undertaker, he's just trying to make a living and no one wants extras these days. This film works on many levels and has so much social, entertainment, and educational value, I don't know where to begin.
Check out the awful sound sinc when the chick fires the gun out the window. She fires twice, then you hear two bangs, THEN she thrusts her hips twice. Classic.
The undertaker loses his license plate, gets wounded and is about to be dumped in acid, when suddenly he helps Doc kill Mort in the acid. Did anyone catch this? Why did they do this?
How did the undertaker survuve a jump off a six story building and walk away without a scratch?
How did the undertaker take a leap at Thursday from two feet away and miss? She didn't even move!
What happened to Detective Glass in the end? Thursday ends up with the fat dude?
In 1967 gas was $0.32 a gallon? WOW.
This film leaves me in awe everytime I watch it. Next time I got a hankerin' for Leg of Lamb, Chicken Breast, or Hambur-Ger, I'm gonna get my butt down to the Greasy Spoon!
5 of 6 people found the following review helpful
3.0 out of 5 stars the 1967 version was more to it than this one March 10 2004
By Sonja D. Adams - Published on Amazon.com
Format:DVD
the 1967 version was much more gorier than this one , it showed the girl on the fence without boobs and that was for the breast of chicken, the leg of lamb well there was more to it than it is now , all in all the movie has left out a lot of parts since i saw it in 1967 myself.the movie now is just fast and dumb. i have it on vhs and dvd, and neither one of them are like it was in 1967,, but oh well if you want it in your collection i would advise to buy it , for a much cheaper price then most have of course,,good luck and enjoy,,,,,
4 of 5 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Even Betty Crocker Never Tasted So Good! Nov. 30 2002
By TorridlyBoredShopper - Published on Amazon.com
Format:DVD
The Undertaker and his Pals, an unsung B-movie heavily hinging the horrific with huge helpings of comedic relief, was something of a joy to watch. In fact, everyone I've showed it to thusfar - myself included - has found most of it, with the exception of the occasionally overdrawn chase scene or the moments when we have too much of driving cars/roving motorcycles, utterly intoxicating. I personally liked the move because it doesn't try to hide the facts within a cheaply insulting plot, opting instead to have fun with the concepts themselves and not with the frustration of the viewer.
Our tale begins with three bikers as they begin a reign of terror, one starting with them randomly locating the name of a potential victim in a phone book lovingly supplied in their friendly neighborhood telephone booth. There they locate the name of a Ms. Lamb, cruise on over to her home in their less-than-suspicious bikerwear (leather jacket, helmet, goggles, and cute little iron-on skull-and-crossbone insignias), and promptly being mutilating - I mean operating, keeping the legs and leaving the rest. Cut to our main character, a detective that lives to love the ladies, and his secretary as they go to the local diner, The Greasy Spoon, run by the illustrious Doc and Spike. The Detective decides to order the special of the day, leg of lamb, as his spicy secretary, Ms. Poultry, gets rude with Spike. Then, as another insult, the detective refuses to try the lamb, telling Spike that he's not sure what they're trying to pass off on their customers, while Ms. Poultry threatens to call the health department before the two depart. This, of course, leads to a new specialty item, breast of chicken, later on. Over the course of the movie we also learn about the Undertaker, Spike and Docs, friend, and his shady practices, the reason that Doc was kicked out of medical school, why women shouldn't hang out with detectives if they value their lives, how meals our named to add a little sarcasm to the killing and grilling business, and that the local police department/detectives in this movie are obviously as responsible, through bumbling, for the murders as the killers themselves.
The only unfortunate that the DVD has to offer is its quality, something I would have liked a bit more of, but asking that of a cheaper movie is asking a lot. Besides, it isn't too terrible and the movie itself, rolling punchlines through a veritable valley of gore, makes this issue only a small nuisance during an otherwise overly enjoyable experience.
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars IT SHOULD HAVE WON AN OSCAR! March 16 2001
By Dion C. Ventress - Published on Amazon.com
Format:DVD
...Well, this film is FAR FAR from that, but it is entertaining! Way to go to VCI for offering us interesting DVD's for people bored of Hollywood garbage they continue to pump on us. Hey folks, the film is CHEAPO, but it's entertaining...The foot in the meat grinder is pretty grizzly...a very high splatter count! Also this DVD contains the original theatrical trailer (AMAZING!) and some other horror trailers that VCI has their hands on! Grab the credit card, this is a fun disk. The print is so-so, but it's adds to the "feel" of the film man! Pirate copies have floated around years before, but now get a legit one that looks awesome. GRAB IT!!!
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