A Conversation for Frankenstein (Genetically Modified) Foods
Your illustration reminds me of the last scene in "Attack of the Killer Tomatoes" (Carrots pop out of ground, look around, say "they've gone now"...) Also, in a different sense of scale, to the end of "Return of the Killer Tomatoes" - watch the movies. Heed the warning.
Shorty Posted Sep 14, 1999
The killer tomatoe movies were class acts...I think it's terrible they never got oscars. The budgets on those films was so low if I rooted around down the back of my sofa I could probabley find more than those films cost to make...A review in Motion Picture Guide had this to say about it:-
Thought the idea sounds funny, actually sitting through 90 minutes of it is enough to make anyone long for "Attack of the 50 foot woman".
A tad unfair if you ask me, but then again no one asked.
I'm told they also made "Revenge of the Killer Tomatoes", and "Killer Tomatoes go to Paris", butI've never been able to locate copies.
Trivia - second billing in "Return of the Killet Tomatoes" was John Astin (The original Gomez Addams), third billing was George Clooney - he doesn't like talking about it in interviews!
Shorty Posted Sep 15, 1999
I saw the one with George Clooney in it a few months back on cable. He must have really been struggling for work to agree to that one. How I,d love to get a copy and meet him, then thrust it under his nose and ask him to sign it hahahahah
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- 1: Peet (the Pedantic Punctuation Policeman, Muse of Lateral Programming Ideas, Eggcups-Spurtle-and-Spoonswinner, BBC Cheese Namer & Zaphodista) (Sep 14, 1999)
- 2: Shorty (Sep 14, 1999)
- 3: Peet (the Pedantic Punctuation Policeman, Muse of Lateral Programming Ideas, Eggcups-Spurtle-and-Spoonswinner, BBC Cheese Namer & Zaphodista) (Sep 14, 1999)
- 4: Shorty (Sep 15, 1999)