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Desc:aka 'Life on The Edge'. The Jetsons meets The Twilight Zone.
Category:Classic Movies, Science & Technology
Tags:80s, drugs, nightmare fuel, Anne Ramsey, Bobcat Goldthwait
Submitted:Rangoon
Date:10/08/16
Views:719
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Comment count is 3
joelkazoo - 2016-10-08
"Meet the Hollowheads... a family who make the "Married... With Children" clan look sane! Mom's a worse cook than Peg Bundy; Dad (John Glover, Gremlins 2) makes Al look like a corporate head; daughter Cindy has Kelly looking like a virgin; and Billy makes Bud seem downright angelic. Anne Ramsey (Throw Mama From The Train) is also on hand as Babbleaxe, a horror unto herself. "Just say 'no' to butt polish" (watch the film and you'll understand!) and Meet The Hollowheads... they'll make your own family seem like The Brady Bunch!"

- Back cover blurb for Meet The Hollowheads

I hate the main protagonist kid, he's a really shitty actor. -1 star for that. The rest of the movie is great, especially Bruce Glover and Richard Portnow.

This was Anne Ramsey's last film.

No daughter of mine will ever use softening jelly!

Oh, and stay away from butt polish.
cognitivedissonance - 2016-10-08
This is really something else.
fedex - 2016-10-09
almost like an american version of Bad Taste, with better production values

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