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Wacko (1983)

Director: Greydon Clark

Writers: Jim Kouf; Dana Olsen; Michael Spound

Keywords: Horror/Comedy

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Jeff Altman
13-Aug-1951   Pink Lady and Jeff
Joe Don Baker
12-Feb-1936   Walking Tall
Andrew Dice Clay
29-Sep-1958   Ford Fairlane
Elizabeth Daily
11-Sep-1961   Voice of Tommy Pickles on Rugrats
Julia Duffy
27-Jun-1951   Stephanie on Newhart
George Kennedy
18-Feb-1925   Airport, Naked Gun
Helen Martin
23-Jul-1909 25-Mar-2000 Pearl Shay on 227
Charles Napier
12-Apr-1936 5-Oct-2011 Duke Phillips on The Critic
Stella Stevens
1-Oct-1936   The Ballad of Cable Hogue


Review by GT (posted on 3-Jun-2007)

This was meant as a parody of scary movies. It was released in 1983 and I saw it in 1984 on the Military Base Cinema Circuit. Today the material is a bit dated but very funny for its time. For years I thought that the title was "The Pumpkin Prom Masacre" but that is only the plot line. It is the Prom and the 13th anniverary of the Pumpkin Prom Masacre. There a lot of good one-liner jokes along with joke names and references. One of the funiest scenes is when Mary Graves is running from the Murdered - whos prefered weapon is a riding lawn mower. It is very Friday the 13th (they can outrun the rideing mower ?!), although at the time - I thought that the riding-mower as a weapon was a slap at "Death Race 2000" (David Caradine 1976 = cars as weapons) In Greydon fashon there is a lot of slapstick and sexual humor. I liked it when I saw it in '84 and would love to have it in my DVD collection.

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