Motel Hell (1980) Review

One of my faves that I saw in the theater…

Rare Horror

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Some horror movies you watch for the fear factor, some for the gore. And then there are the ones you watch because they’re just so damn fun.

Motel Hell is one of those movies. This is a wildly nutty, unapologetic romp that may make you think twice before wolfing down that sausage patty.

Farmer Vincent (Rory  Calhoun) and his sister Ida (Nancy Parsons) run the Motel Hello located in a quaint little rural town. People come from miles around for the hospitality, but mainly for Vincent’s delicious home-smoked meats, which are the best meats around. But those meats are made with a special ingredient, and it ain’t just love. It comes from Farmer Vincent’s secret garden out back – and it’s what’s in the garden that makes his meat so goshdarn good. Because as Vincent himself says “It takes all kinds of critters to make Farmer Vincent’s fritters”.

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Motel Hell…

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