The Ruining 2004 Horror Movie Review
Horror movies Review
- The Ruining is a tale of sex, drugs and human breeding! - While traditional family values are disturbingly challenged, the grime and grit of late 70’ s and early 80’s horror cinema are ever present in The Ruining, a tale of horrifying and lascivious behavior. The Ruining is Erin Brockovich meets Deliverance by way of Class of Nuke’Em High!!- Filmed over ten years and finally completed with a government check donated by a Vietnam Veteran exposed to Agent Orange, The Ruining is not only a film with classic elements of the best horror and gore films, but a triumph for the director and independent cinema as a whole.- The Ruining stars cult legend Wings Hauser (Vice Squad, LA Bounty) and comedian Patrick Warburton (“Seinfeld”, “The Tick”, Men In Black II).- Two Los Angeles couples run into trouble on a remote mountain camping trip where government drilling poisoned the water in a small town thirty years earlier. Half of the town died and those that were left are! horribly addicted to psychedelic eggs bred by fiendish farmer Henry Behrens. When the strangers enter into his domain the stage is set for selective breeding and feeding of human flesh.
-Informative introduction by Troma president and Creator of the Toxic Avenger Lloyd Kaufman!
-Troma-riffic theatrical trailers, including Tales From the Crapper, Citizen Toxie, Trailer Town!
-Exclusive deconstruction of the tumultuous behind-the-scenes tale of the ten years in the making of The Ruining, explaining it’s original look and how it was finally brought to the public after many trials and tribulations, a story almost as interesting as the film itself.
-Troma PSA, “Why Children Shouldn’t Play With Hamsters.”
-“Make Your Own Damn Movie” and Troma.com commercials.
- Lunachicks “Say What You Mean” Music Video directed by Lloyd Kaufman!
About The Ruining (2004)
Starring: Patrick Warburton, Natalie Hays, Michael Lawler (II), Wings Hauser, David Stratton (IV),
Runtime: 90 minutes
Director: Christopher Burgard,
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