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Demonic Splatter Fest - Future-Kill/Funny Man movie was released Mar 25, 2008 by the Ryko Distribution studio. A group of disgraced Texas University frat rats are given the opportunity to earn their forgiveness by going into the anarchic quarter of the city and abducting the leader of the Anti-Nuke Mutants, a subculture of punked-out lawless youth who protest against nuclear weaponry. Demonic Splatter Fest - Future-Kill/Funny Man movie But as they set out to abduct their target, the group is attacked and their intended quarry killed by Splatter (Edwin Neal), a Mohawk-sporting Mutant. ...See Full Description
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|CD Universe Part number||7589026|
|Release Date||Mar 25, 2008|
|Running Time||180 Minutes|
|Movie Details||Color; 2-Disc Set Special Edition|
Demonic Splatter Fest - Future-Kill/Funny Man DVD Features
FUNNY MAN is a riotous rollercoaster of gore, bad taste, profanity and comedy that has gained legendary cult status with UK horror fans.
Record producer Max Taylor (Benny Young) is ecstatic when he wins Callum Chance's (Christopher Lee) ancestral mansion in a poker game. Soon after moving in, Max's wife (Ingrid Lacey) and two kids are brutally dispatched by a resident demonic jester (Tim James), who possesses an imaginative repertoire of homicidal techniques and an irreverent sense of humor. Meanwhile, Max's brother is en route to the mansion with a bizarre bunch of hitchhikers who will be lucky to survive their final destination…
In FUTURE-KILL, Texas University frat boys are held responsible for the accidental killing lead of the Anti-Nuke Mutants and must flee through the hostile parts of downtown Dallas, aided by friendly Mutant Julie (Alice Villarreal). They're mercilessly hunted by the psychopathic Splatter (Ed Neal), the Mohawk sporting mutant seeking revenge for the killing of his leader. A bizarre twist on THE ROAD WARRIOR, Future-Kill is perhaps best remembered for its recasting of TEXAS CHAINSAW MASSACRE stars Edwin Neil and Marilyn Burns and its amazing key art by Alien creator H.R. Giger.
Watch also for a cameo in the film from Texas Chainsaw Massacre II's Leatherface, Bill Johnson.
Source: Ryko Distribution
2-Disc Set - Dual Layer
Dolby Digital Mono - English
Additional Release Materials:
Audio Commentary - Simon Sprackling - Director; Tim James - Star
Behind The Scenes - Making Of
Interviews - Christopher Lee - Star
Short Film - FUNNY MAN (original)
Trailers - Theatrical Trailer
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