Well folks, if you’ve been waiting your whole lives to watch a killer tongue moovie (and who hasn’t?), yer in luck ’cause this bad boy just landed! From the deranged mind of Spanish director Alberto Sciamma (Black Plague, Blood Trap) comes this weird wacka-doodle horror-com, cowplete with evil alien tongue, convenience store nuns, alien tongue/human interbreeding, species-transitioning poodles, and oh yeah, Freddie Kruger too!
Poor Candy (Melinda Clarke): she’s just made off with a huge heist with her great love Johnny, having gotten rid of their wacko partners Vic and Chip; unfortunately, Johnny gets pinched, and she has to hide in a gas station nunnery while he does his time in a depraved prison run by sicko Warden Robert Englund, While she waits, she accidentally eats a bowl of soup that has a meteor in it, and a killer alien tongue takes over her body, transforming her into a hot latex goth princess – and her fluffy poodles get turned into campy transvestites with wayyyyy too much make-up (including The Tudor’s Jonathan Rhys Meyers as Rudolph!). Candy is not overjoyed by this. This get even moore cowplicated when she discovers that the tongue has made her pregnant, and cowplete wackiness ensues. Oh, and Doug Bradley (Pinhead from the Hellraiser moovies) plays Wig, Johnny’s prison pal.
Friends, this is a rare one, but if you can git your hooves on a copy of this flick you simply must – check out the Indie Film Cafe’s discussion HERE to see what all the fuss is about! Just seeing these stars of so many indie and non-indie horror films working together make it worth your purchase price alone, to say nothing of the weird death scenes. And if that weren’t enough the soundtrack was cowtributed to by the weird 90’s Euro-synth band Fangoria!
Killer Tongue definitely has some stink to it, but not nearly as mooch as some flicks on this podcast, that is for sure! The MooCow awarded Killer Tongue a 4.5 on the Stinkometer, while Moody chipped in with a 6, which rates as a perfectly respectable 5.25 Average Stink Score.
Git yer trailerage right HERE. its expensive, but you can pick up a copy of your very own from AMAZON – you know you want to! You can also find it at Alibris. if this moovie ever comes out on Blu Ray, and we all hope it does, Blu-Ray.com will let you know. If yer really lucky you can find it packages with udder stinkers at such places like Bull Moose and Oldies.com. And apparently Wally World. And for the truly desperate, vhs copies still exist. Spike Magazine had a great preview of the film when it went to Cannes (yes, it did!!), where it ‘went down like a storm’ – of course it did! Get the kewl Japanese moovie poster HERE.
Once you’ve ironed out a copy for yourself, we here at Indie Film Cafe promise you will enjoy every lick of this strange Spanish flick!