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Luther the Geek (2005) Horror Movie Review

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Luther the Geek (2005)

A young country boy is plunged into the depths of homicidal madness after witnessing the strange exploits of a carnival “geek”, a caged drunk so desperate for whiskey that he bites the heads off of live chickens in front of a freak show audience.  30 years later, Luther is all grown up and out on parole after spending his childhood behind bars for a series of grisly murders.  Armed with a pair of razor-sharp metal dentures and only able to communicate through chicken clucks, Luther starts his bloody rampage anew as he terrorizes the citizens of a small town and takes a young mother and her family hostage in their isolated farmhouse.  Featuring one of the most intense endings ever put on film, Luther the Geek is good gory fun in the splatter flick tradition of The Texas Chainsaw Massacre and The Toxic Avenger! 

DVD Features
Introduction by Lloyd Kaufman, President of Troma Entertainment and creator of The Toxic Avenger!-
Interview with Luther the Geek director Carl J. Albright
-Deleted scenes from “The Shower”, “The Bedroom” and “The Bullet Hits”-
Troma’s “Freak of the Week” from Troma’s Edge TV, featuring “Tim the Torture King”!
-Tromatic music video “Freak of the Week” featuring Ron Jeremy and DJ Polo and directed by Lloyd Kaufman!
-Freaky theatrical Trailers for Luther the Geek, Bloodsucking Freaks, Tales From the Crapper, and Citizen Toxie!
-Freaky poster art and production stills!
-“Make Your Own Damn Movie” Film school in a box!
-Radiation March
-Learn about the only truly independent film festival with the Tromadance PSA!
-Special tribute to Rue Morgue Magazine

About Luther the Geek (2005)

Title: Luther the Geek
Year: 2005
Starring: Edward Terry, Joan Roth, Stacy Haiduk, Thomas Mills, Jerry Clarke
Rating: 3/5 stars from 5 users. Reviews: 5.
Rating: Unrated
Runtime: 90 minutes
Director: Carlton J. Albright

Luther the Geek Cover Poster Art

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