Motel Hell (1995) Thriller Movie Review
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Motel Hell is a gruesome but somewhat tongue-in-cheek bit of rural schlock along the lines of 1974’s Deranged, although slicker and less effective. Former Western star Rory Calhoun plays Farmer Vincent, a country hotel keeper (free samples of jerky at the front desk) whose line of smoked meats turns his customers into unwitting cannibals. The movie’s got some genuinely creeped-out ideas (a backyard garden of victims, buried up to their necks?), but the execution is pedestrian and the humor pretty square. Onetime cultural icon Wolfman Jack has a few scenes as a TV preacher, for no apparent reason. —Robert Horton
Synopsis:Max Kirkpatrick is a cop who protects Kate McQuean, a civil law attorney, from a renegade KGB team out to terminate her.
About Motel Hell (1995)
Starring: Marc Macaulay, Jenette Goldstein, Salma Hayek, Miguel Sandoval, Steven Berkoff, Christopher McDonald, Sonny Carl Davis, Frank Medrano, Don Yesso, John Bedford Lloyd, William Baldwin, Olek Krupa, Ruben Rabasa, James R. Greene, Paul Dillon, Gustav Vintas, Christian Bodegaard, Gary Francis Hope, Hank Stone, Ski Zawaski, Nancy Ann Nahra, Anthony Giaimo, Carmen López, Erika Navarro, Pamela Berrard, Mark Wheatle, Cindy Crawford, Bubba Baker, Johann Carlo, Scott Michael Campbell
Runtime: 91 minutes
Director: Andrew Sipes
MPAA Rating: R
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