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Godmonster of Indian Flats

3.4 out of 5 stars 9 customer reviews

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Product Details

  • Actors: Christopher Brooks, Stuart Lancaster, E. Kerrigan Prescott, Peggy Browne, Richard Marion
  • Directors: Dale Berry, Fredric Hobbs
  • Writers: Dale Berry, Fredric Hobbs, Enrique Madariaga
  • Producers: Dale Berry, Charles Martinez, E. Prentice Welles
  • Format: Color, DVD-Video, Special Edition, NTSC
  • Language: English
  • Region: Region 1 (US and Canada This DVD will probably NOT be viewable in other countries. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Number of discs: 1
  • MPAA Rating: UNRATED
  • Studio: Sony Pictures Home Entertainment
  • Release Date: Oct. 1 2002
  • Run Time: 89 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 3.4 out of 5 stars 9 customer reviews
  • ASIN: B00005OCKY
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #24,371 in DVD (See Top 100 in DVD)
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Product Description

Gaseous vapors from an ancient mine cause the birth of a huge squealing embryo that is taken to the laboratory of a local mad doctor where it grows into a monstrous 8-foot mutant sheep. Meanwhile, the racist mayor of an historic Wild West tourist town attempts to thwart the efforts of a black man buying real estate by attempting to lynch him! Plans go awry, however, when the giant, wool-covered Lamb from Hell escapes from the doctor's lab and starts waddling across the countryside. Spewing an orange phosphorous gas, the semi-prehistoric Godmonster of Indian Flats terrifies the population, blows up a gas station, and even "dances" with a deranged hippie chick until it's lassoed by cowboys. The mayor then startles everyone by putting "the damaged mongoloid beast" on display as "The 8th Wonder of the World!"

Bonus feature: A crazed carnival geek escapes from a flea-bitten amusement park, joins the cross-country chase of naked stripper Josette Valague by gangsters and deputy sheriffs, and plays "Beauty and the Beast" with Miss Valague atop a rinky-dink roller coaster in The Girl and the Geek (a.k.a. Passion in the Sun), a riotous 69-minute Dale Berry horror nudie from 1964; 2 Bonus Nasty Nature Shorts: Rural Rat Control and Community Fly Control; 2 Bonus Oddball Shorts: E. Kerrigan Prescott in the musical number "You Cannot Fart Around with Love" from director Fredric Hobbs' Roseland, and hippie campers learn about the sex life of Sasquatch when they encounter The Geek; Gallery of Horror Drive-In Exploitation Art; Horrorama Radio-Spot Rarities

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Wow. That is all I can really say. I thought I had seen it all, but was I ever wrong. Memo to all who think Ed Wood is the worst film maker in history: There's a new kid in town and his name is Fredric Hobbs. Brought to us by the always helpful people at Something Weird, this is the story of a Wild West tourist and mining town terrorized by an eight foot tall mutant sheep which emits orange gaseous vapors (and may cause viewers to do the same.) This movie has it all: incredibly stupid monster (with divergent leg lengths and mange); racist mayor; mad doctors; and hippies. How could you possibly go wrong with this one? I recommend (for advanced bad movie viewers only) a double feature of this movie and the infamous turkey monster flick "Blood Freak."
Like most Something Weird DVDs this one has some outstanding extras including movies on fly and rat control (not for the squeamish), an over the top musical number (complete with fan dancers and a saxophonist who looks like Che Guevera) performing a little musical nightmare titled "You Cannot Fart Around With Love" (also from director Fredric Hobbs), an extremely low budget student film called "The Geek" about the sex life of the Sasquatch, and (finally) a little piece of tripe called "Passion in the Sun", which could only aspire to have the production values of Doris Wishman.
Kudos to Something Weird Video! Anyone who loves truly rank and silly cinema owes it to themselves to snap this ultra obscurity up with all due haste!
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Wow. That is all I can really say. I thought I had seen it all, but was I ever wrong. Memo to all who think Ed Wood is the worst film maker in history: There's a new kid in town and his name is Fredric Hobbs. Even though I had seen killer sheep before (Basil, from Monty Python) I was totally unprepared for this spectacle. This redefines baaaaaaaaaaaaad. Brought to us by the always helpful people at Something Weird, this is the story of a town terrorized by a gassy giant mutant sheep. This movie has it all: incredibly stupid monster (with mange), mad doctors, and hippies. How could you possibly go wrong with that premise? I recommend (only for advanced bad movie viewers) a double feature of this movie and the infamous turkey monster flick "Blood Freak."
Like most Something Weird DVDs this one has some outstanding extras including movies on fly and rat control (not for the squeamish), an over the top musical number (complete with a saxophonist who looks like Che Guevera) performing a little musical nightmare titled "You Cannot Fart Around With Love" (also from director Fredric Hobbs), an extremely low budget student film called "The Geek" about the sex life of the Sasquatch, and a little piece of tripe called "Passion in the Sun", which could only aspire to have the production values of Doris Wishman.
Kudos to Something Weird Video! Anyone who loves truly rank and silly cinema owes it to themselves to snap this ultra obscurity up with all due haste!
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Wow. That is all I can really say. I thought I had seen it all, but was I ever wrong. Memo to all who think Ed Wood is the worst film maker in history: There's a new kid in town and his name is Fredric Hobbs. Brought to us by the always helpful people at Something Weird, this is the story of a Wild West tourist and mining town terrorized by an eight foot tall mutant sheep which emits orange gaseous vapors (and may cause viewers to do the same.) This movie has it all: incredibly stupid monster (with divergent leg lengths and mange); racist mayor; mad doctors; and hippies. How could you possibly go wrong with this one? I recommend (for advanced bad movie viewers only) a double feature of this movie and the infamous turkey monster flick "Blood Freak."
Like most Something Weird DVDs this one has some outstanding extras including movies on fly and rat control (not for the squeamish), an over the top musical number (complete with fan dancers and a saxophonist who looks like Che Guevera) performing a little musical nightmare titled "You Cannot Fart Around With Love" (also from director Fredric Hobbs), an extremely low budget student film called "The Geek" about the sex life of the Sasquatch, and (finally) a little piece of tripe called "Passion in the Sun", which could only aspire to have the production values of Doris Wishman.
Kudos to Something Weird Video! Anyone who loves truly rank and silly cinema owes it to themselves to snap this ultra obscurity up with all due haste!
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Some "bad" movies are fun! This one is just plain DULL! The plot has already been outlined adequately a number of times so I wont go into that. However, I'd like to review the DVD as a whole. It is not a TOTAL waste, but it comes close. A couple of tedious shorts on rural rat and fly control are for masochists only and the main feature ("Godmonster") is yawn inducing with little, or no, redeeming features. However, the third short "The Geek" is mildly entertaining and the bonus feature "The Girl And The Geek" is 'so-bad-it's-good' as opposed to the 'so-bad-it's-boring' Godmonster. This made in Texas nudie cutie has a chubby stripper chased thru the forest by a couple of hoods, 2 cops (one of whom is director Dale Berry) and a circus geek. All the "action" is interrupted every now and then by strip-tease acts. If you thought Doris Wishman was bottom-of-the-barrell...I give you Dale Berry. But it's fun! Also the music clip "You Cannot Fart Around With Love" is weird and wonderful and, of course, the poster gallery/radio ads is always a welcome feature.
I regret buying this one. The best Somethting Weird DVDs are the Dave Friedman movies. Why? Funny scripts, naked babes and entertaining commentaries from a great showman. "Godmonster..." offers NONE of the above.
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