Monster Mash: The Movie (©1994 Greenhouse Film Group)

Comedy



NR
Abbott & Costello Meet Frankenstein (©1948 Universal)
When Dr. Sandra Mornay (Lénore Aubert) is recruited by Dracula (Bela Lugosi) to replace the brain of Frankenstein's monster (Glenn Strange), she finds the perfect replacement in Wilbur Grey (Lou Costello) but with the aid of the the Wolf Man (Lon Chaney Jr.) and a beautiful insurance investigator (Jane Randolph), Wilbur's friend Chick Young (Bud Abbott) sets out to foil the doctor's evil plan.


NR
Abbott & Costello Meet the Killer, Boris Karloff
(©1949 Universal Pictures Co.)
Someone has framed bellboy Freddie Phillips (Lou Costello) for murder at the Lost Caverns Hotel and now they're trying to get rid of him. A bogus swami (Boris Karloff) has even tried hypnotizing him to commit suicide but house detective Casey Edwards (Bud Abbott) is determined to find the real killer.


NR
Beach Fever (©1988 Rodeo Productions)
While trying to find the universal secret to getting girls, Sake (Rodney Ueno) and Chat (Kato Kaelin) meet Ernie (Jeffrey Asch) who has developed a potion that drives women wild. But when a pimp named Mario (Aaron Biston) starts using the potion to turn women into hookers, the boys must rescue Chat's girlfriend Sandy (Judea Brittain) who has become one of Mario's sex zombies.


NR
Bell, Book and Candle (©1958 Phoenix Productions)
Witch Gillian Holroyd (Kim Novak) casts a spell on publisher Shepherd Henderson (James Stewart) and, soon, he is madly in love with her. When Gillian finds herself falling for Shep, she tells him what she's done but he doesn't care until Gillian's brother Nicky (Jack Lemmon) removes the spell. Shep leaves in anger but when he learns that love has made Gillian human, he realizes he truly loves her too.


R
Buford's Beach Bunnies (©1992 Axis Films International Inc.)
Harry Buford (Barrett Cooper) offers a large reward to Lauren Beatty (Rikki Brando), Amber Dexterous (Monique Parent) and Boopsie Underall (Suzanne Ager) to help his son Jeeter (Jim Hanks) overcome his fear of women but Harry's sister Beula Lugosi (Ina Rogers) hires a hypnotist named The Amazing Foreskin (David Robinson) to thwart the girl's attempts to help Jeeter.


NR
Carefree (©1938 RKO Radio Pictures)
Stephen Arden (Ralph Bellamy) takes his fiancé Amanda Cooper (Ginger Rogers) to see his best friend Dr. Tony Flagg (Fred Astaire) to find out why she keeps cancelling their engagement. Amanda quickly falls in love with Tony but he believes she only loves him because he is her doctor and hypnotizes her to hate him. Eventually, Tony realizes Amanda really does love him and he loves her.


NR
Comin' Round the Mountain (©1951 Universal International)
Dorothy McCoy (Dorothy Shay) tells Wilbert Smith (Lou Costello) and Al Stewart (Bud Abbott) that Wilbert is the grandson of hillbilly 'Squeezebox' McCoy and beneficiary of his treasure. They go to the hills to collect but Granny McCoy (Ida Moore) tells Wilbert that he has to get married first. When Dorothy refuses Wilbert's proposal, he uses a love potion on her.


NR
Court Jester, The (©1955 Dena Enterprises)
Hubert Hawkins (Danny Kaye) impersonates court jester Giacomo to overthrow King Roderick the Tyrant (Cecil Parker) and restore the true king but things get complicated when Hubert falls under the spell of a witch (Mildred Natwick), who wants him to woo the Princess (Angela Lansbury), and he gets involved in a plot by Sir Ravenhurst (Basil Rathbone) to assassinate his rivals in the royal court.


NR
Cybersex Kittens (©1995 Pictor Entertainment)
Bradley (Hal Wamsley) and Sam (Alex Cohen) decide to help their friend, Kenny (Robert Janashak), when his girlfriend, Allison (Mathea Webb), won't let him go golfing. They create a device that allows them to alter people's personalities and use it to turn women into obedient servants, starting with Allison.


R
Dr. Alien (©1987 Phantom Productions)
Wesley (Billy Jacoby) was a dull boy until the day he met his new biology teacher Ms. Xenobia (Judy Landers) and her assistant Drax (Raymond O'Connor). When Wesley volunteers for an experiment, he suddenly finds himself becoming cool and irresistible to women. Despite some problems with his girlfriend Leeanne (Olivia Barash), his life is wonderful until Xenobia reveals her true identity.


PG-13
Dream a Little Dream 2 (©1994 Dream Squared Productions)
Bobby (Corey Feldman), Dinger (Corey Haim) and Rachel (Robyn Lively) receive two pairs of sunglasses from a dead friend. They soon discover that the person wearing one pair can control the actions of the person wearing the other pair. Unfortunately, a beautiful con woman (Stacie Randall) and a psychopathic hitman (Michael Nicolosi) will stop at nothing to get the glasses.


PG-13
Elvira, Mistress of the Dark (©1988 NBC Productions)
When Elvira (Cassandra Peterson) inherits her great aunt's estate, she is shunned by the puritanical residents of Fallwell. Fortunately, she discovers that her aunt's recipe book is actually a book of spells. She uses the book to turn the Fallwell Morality Club picnic into a wild orgy but, unfortunately, Elvira's uncle Vincent (William Morgan Sheppard) wants the powerful book and will stop at nothing to get it.


NR
Eternally Yours (©1939 Walter Wanger Prod.)
When Anita (Loretta Young) marries magician Tony Halstead (David Niven), he seems like the man of her dreams. But she soon becomes tired of Tony's constant flirtation with death and the ladies and dreams of settling down and raising children. Divorcing Tony, Anita marries Don (Broderick Crawford) who's solid and dependable but finds that forgetting Tony is harder than she thought.


PG-13
Fast Food (©1989 Fries Entertainment Inc.)
When a fast food mogul (Jim Varney) wants to buy Samantha's (Tracy Griffith) service station to open one of his restaurants, Auggie (Clark Brandon) and Drew (Randal Patrick) convince her to open a fast food restaurant herself. At first, the restaurant is a failure but when Auggie puts an aphrodesiac into the 'special sauce', business really starts to take off and so do the clothes.


R
Flesh Gordon (©1972 Graffiti Productions)
When Emperor Wang the Perverted (William Hunt) turns his insidious 'sex ray' on the people of earth, only Flesh Gordon (Jason Williams) with the help of Dale Ardor (Cindy Hopkins) and Dr. Flexi Jerkoff (Joseph Hudgins) can stop him. Travelling to the planet Porno, Flesh and his allies are forced to battle penisauruses, amazons and raping robots in order to save their home.


R
Four Rooms (©1995 Miramax Films)
Ted the Bellhop (Tim Roth) is having a very strange night. First, a witch (Ione Skye) casts a sex spell on him. Second, he's caught between a man with a gun (David Proval) and his bound wife (Jennifer Beals). Next, he babysits a gangster's (Antonio Banderas) two children (Lana McKissack and Danny Verduzco). Finally, he's the judge in a wager betting one man's pinky against another man's car.


R
Fraternity Demon (©1992 Vista Street Entertainment)
The boys of Sigma Upsilon Xi are having a party and the girls of Alpha Sigma Sigma have grudgingly attended. However, David (Al Darrouch) and his girlfriend Kelly (Deborah Carlin) have accidently summoned the demon of sex and lust, Isha (Trixxie Bowie). Driven by five centuries of pent-up sexual energy, Isha raises the Alpha's temperatures and soon, the Sigma's face a fullblown sexual meltdown.


R
Galactic Gigolo (©1987 Titan Productions)
Space vegetable Eoj (Carmine Capobianco) wins a trip to Prospect, Conneticut, 'the horniest town in the galaxy' in a game show. Disguised as a 'loveable sleazoid' and accompanied by a reporter (Debi Thibeault), the irresistible Eoj sets out to bed as many Prospect women as possible while being chased by Jewish rednecks and bumbling gangsters.


R
Going Berserk (©1983 Universal City Studios Inc.)
John Bourgignon (John Candy) is an average middle class guy who drives a limousine with his partner Chick Leff (Joe Flaherty). When John becomes engaged to Nancy Reese (Alley Mills), cult leader Sun Yi (Richard Libertini) and his assistant Angela (Dixie Carter) decide to kidnap John and hypnotize him to kill Nancy's father, crusading congressman Ed Reese (Pat Hingle).


NR
Henry's Night In (©1969 Astro-Jemco Film Co.)
Told by his therapist to overcome his inhibitions by making love to as many women as possible, Henry (Forman Shane) uses a formula for invisibility to sneak out at night and have his way with all his sexy female neighbors. Meanwhile, Henry's wife (Barbara Kline) discovers that the therapist has hypnotized all the women in the neighborhood to have sex with him whenever they hear the name 'Jack'.


PG
Hot Rock, The (©1972 Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp.)
Dortmunder (Robert Redford), Kelp (George Segal), Murch (Ron Liebman) and Greenberg (Paul Sand) try to steal a diamond but things get complicated. First, they fake an accident to rob a museum. Then, they break Greenberg out of prison. Next, they invade the police station where Greenberg hid the diamond. Finally, they use a hypnotist to rob the bank where the diamond is stashed.


R
Hot Under the Collar (©1991 Check Entertainment Production)
Jerry (Richard Gabai) has a plan to hypnotize his girlfriend Monica (Mindy Clarke) into sleeping with him but something goes wrong and Monica runs off to become a nun. Now Jerry has to sneak into the convent and find out what went wrong while avoiding a former jewel thief posing as a handyman (Rajnish Babakan) and a mobster (Daniel Friedman) who wants his cache of diamonds back.


NR
How to be Very, Very Popular (©1955 Twentieth Century Fox)
When dancers Stormy Tornado (Betty Grable) and Curly Flagg (Sheree North) witness a murder, they flee to Collegetown where they're taken in by a middle-aged student named Wedgewood (Robert Cummings). But when Curly is accidentally hypnotized by students Eddie (Tommy Noonan) and Toby (Orson Bean) it's up to the frat brothers to hide the women from the killer who's on on their trails.


?
I Married a Vampire (©1984 Full Moon Productions)
Robbed by her best friend Portia (Temple Aaron), evicted by her landlord, ripped off by her lawyer, conned by a cult and raped by her boss, Viola (Rachel Golden) regrets moving to the big city and is ready to end it all until she meets the charming vampire Robespiere (Brendan Hickey), who convinces her that life is worth living and uses his powers to take revenge on everyone who's hurt her.

R
Loose Screws (©1985 Maurice Smith Prod. and Concorde Pictures)
When Hugh (Alan Deveau), Brad (Bryan Genesse), Steve (Lance van der Kolk) and Marvin (Jason Warren) are sent to Coxwell Academy, they start a contest to see who can score with the most girls including a special bonus for the sexy French teacher, Mona Lott (Cyd Belliveau). After being expelled, they get revenge by using an aphrodesiac to make Founders Day an unforgettable event.


NR
Lost in a Harem (©1944 Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer)
Prince Ramo (John Conte) enlists the aid of Peter Johnson (Bud Abbott), Harvey Garvey (Lou Costello) and Hazel Moon (Marilyn Maxwell) to overthrow his evil uncle, Nimativ (Douglass Dumbrille), who has usurped his throne using two rings with which he can hypnotize anyone. But the trio soon fall under Nimativ's spell and now Ramo must save Hazel from becoming Nimativ's new wife.


R
Love Pill, The (©1991 Academy Entertainment)
Linda (Melinda Churcher) convinces Arnold (David Pugh) to share his father's aphrodesiac/
contraceptive with the world and so the two of them hook up with sleazy con-man Libido (Henry Woolf) and his secretary Sylvia (Toni Sinclair) to sell 'love pills'. Soon, women everywhere are going sex crazy but when the supply of pills runs low the hunt is on for the secret ingredient to make more.


PG-13
Love Potion #9 (©1992 Twentieth Century Fox Film Corporation)
Paul (Tate Donovan) is a scientist with no luck with women. When a gypsy (Anne Bancroft) gives him Love Potion #8, which makes him irresistible to women whenever he speaks, he shares the potion with fellow scientist, Diane (Sandra Bullock). But when the potion falls into the hands of Paul's rival for Diane's affections (Dale Midkiff), Paul must go back to the gypsy and get Love Potion #9.


NR
Misadventures of Merlin Jones, The (©1964 Walt Disney)
Merlin Jones (Tommy Kirk) is a high-school genius whose girlfriend Jenny (Annette Funicello) is always having to bail him out of the trouble his scientific curiosity is getting him into. First, he creates a machine for reading minds and uncovers a crime spree. Then, he hypnotizes a judge (Leon Ames) into stealing a chimp to determine whether an honest man can be made to commit a crime under hypnosis.


PG
Monster Mash: The Movie (©1994 Greenhouse Film Group)
Mary (Candace Cameron) and Scott (Ian Bohen) take refuge in the house of Dr. Frankenstein (Bobby Pickett) when their car breaks down and trouble soon begins. Count Dracula (Anthony Crivello) wants to make Mary his new bride while the wolfman (Adam Shankman) wants her as his girlfriend and Dr. Frankenstein and Igor (Jon Kassir) plan to put Scott's mind into the doctor's monster (Deron McBee).


PG
My Best Friend is a Vampire (©1988 Kings Road Ent.)
After a mysterious romantic encounter, Jeremy (Robert Sean Leonard) loses his reflection and gains a taste for raw meat. Soon, Modoc (Rene Auberjonois) arrives to explain that Jeremy is now a vampire. Unfortunately, a vampire hunter named McCarthy (David Warner) thinks Jeremy's friend Ralph (Evan Mirand) is the vampire and it's up to Jeremy and his new girlfriend Darla (Cheryl Pollak) to save Ralph.


NR
Night of the Living Babes (©1987 Metropolis Pictures Inc.)
Chuck (Andrew Nichols) and Buck (Louie Bonanno) go to the "Zombie Fantasy Ranch" where they are captured by Madame Mondo (Forrest Witt) who plans on turning them into women to work in her brothel. When Sue (Micelle McClellan) and Lulu (Connie Woods), show up to find their husbands, they are also captured and Lulu is hypnotized into attacking Buck with a pair of shears.


PG
No Dessert Dad, 'Til You Mow the Lawn
(©1994 Concorde-New Horizons Corp.)
Ken (Robert Hayes) and Carol (Joanna Kerns) are a pair of overworked, stressed out parents until Justin (Joshua Schaefer) and Monica (Allison Mack) get a hold of their self-hypnosis tapes. Soon, Ken and Carol are doing everything for their children and showering them with gifts.


R
Party Animal, The (©1983 Whitefire Inc.)
When college freshman Pondo Sinatra (Matthew Causey) tries to lose his virginity it quickly becomes apparent that he's a flop with women. Even with the help of the campus stud (Tim Carhart) Pondo can't seem to get past first base. But when he creates an aphrodesiac that makes him irresistible to the opposite sex, he soon discovers that too much attraction can be a bad thing.


PG-13
Pink Chiquitas, The (©1986 Mt. Pleasant Productions)
When a pulsing pink meteorite named Betty lands near the small town of Beamsville, it turns all the town's women into sex-crazed nymphomaniacs. Led by librarian Mary Ann Kowalski (Elizabeth Edwards), the women seduce the town's men and turn them into mindless zombies. Only world famous private detective Tony Mareda Jr. (Frank Stallone) can stop the women's plans for world domination.


NR
Road to Rio (©1947 Paramount Pictures)
Scat Sweeney (Bing Crosby) and Hot Lips Barton (Bob Hope) are two stowaways on a ship to Rio de Janeiro. When they meet rich heiress Lucia Maria de Andrade (Dorothy Lamour) they discover that she is being hypnotized by her aunt (Gail Sondergaard) in an attempt to steal her inheritance.


R
Screwball Hotel (©1988 Hotel Productions Ltd.)
Mike (Michael Bendetti), Herbie (Andrew Zeller) and Norman (Jeff Greenman) are kicked out of military school and forced to take jobs at a failing hotel. When a crooked 'Reverend' (Charles Ballinger) gets them fired, they devise a plan to get revenge on the 'Reverend' and save the hotel by using an aphrodesiac to turn the Miss Purity pageant in a parade of naked female flesh.


R
Screwballs (©1983 Crazy Times Film Corp.)
When Rick (Peter Keleghan), Brent (Kent Deuters), Howie (Alan Deveau), Melvin (Jason Warren) and Tim (Jim Coburn) are all given detentions thanks to Purity Busch (Linda Speciale), they vow that one of them will get a 'shot at her bod' before homecoming. Using hypnosis, aphrodesiacs, disguises and various other hair-brained schemes, they each take a turn at trying to bed the lovely Miss Busch.


R
Sex and the Single Alien (©1993 Van Elk, Ltd.)
Harry Smith's wife (Melanie Rose) is more interested in UFO's than sex so Harry (Eric Kohner) pretends to be abducted by aliens so he can have an affair. But when Harry is really abducted by aliens, he soon finds that he can give any woman their wildest sexual fantasy just by looking at them and concentrating.


NR
Sex Kittens Go to College (©1960 Allied Artists Pictures)
Dr. Mathilda West (Mamie van Doren) is a genius with 13 degrees but, when she's hired by Collins College, it's her 40-20-32 figure that gets all the attention. Afraid that they'll lose their funding, Dr. West's colleagues do their best to keep her under wraps but Dr. West is one blonde bombshell who's ready to explode. Only reporter George Barton (Martin Milner) has any hope of defusing the situation.


R
Sex Ray (©1981 Miramax Film Corporation)
John Pigeon (Barry Andrews) works at a sex climic and accidentally discovers a device that drives people into a sexual frenzy. He tries to use the device on Cheryl (Sally Faulkner), a secretary who he is in love with, but he keeps missing his target.


PG-13
Splitz (©1983 PBR-8 Co. Ltd. Partnership)
Chuck (Chuck McQuary) is the manager of an all-girl rock band called The Splitz. With the help of some of his relatives, including a horny hypnotist named Vinnie (Dominick Irrera), he tries to keep a group of Hooter College coeds from losing their sorority to the evil Dean Hunta (Shirley Stoler).


R
Sundown: The Vampire in Retreat (©1989 Vestron Pict.)
David (Jim Metzler) and Sarah Harrison (Morgan Brittany) go to the town of Purgatory to fix a problem at a synthetic blood plant. Little do they realize that Purgatory is filled with vampires, lead by Count Mardulak (David Carradine), who are trying to wean themselves off humans. Unfortunately, one of the vampires named Shane (Maxwell Caulfield) is Sarah's ex-boyfriend and he wants Sarah back.


NR
Takin' It All Off (©1987 Hansen & Gervasoni Productions)
In this sequel to Takin' It Off a young woman named Alison (Jean Poremba a.k.a. Candie Evans) goes to "Becky's Academy of Erotic Exposure" to learn how to be a stripper but when her big chance comes she gets cold feet. Dr. Lucifer Chaser hypnotizes Alison to cure her off her stage fright but afterward she takes her clothes off whenever she hears the theme song.


NR
Takin' It Off (©1984 Hansen & Gervasoni Productions)
A stripper named Betty Bigones (Kitten Natividad) wants to be an actress but is informed by her agent that her large breasts are keeping her from getting parts. In an attempt to take three inches off her breasts she goes to see psychiatrist Dr. Lucifer Chaser who hypnotizes her into taking her clothes off whenever she hears the theme song.


NR
Tropical Tease (©1994)
Brad (Christopher Green) takes a job as a lifeguard, not realizing that a hit man (Jeff Mustard) thinks that Brad slept with his wife (Michelle Goldsmith). Now, Brad is dodging bullets while his friends Pete (Steve Bockus) and Rex (Gregory Van Dam) are using every trick in the book, including a blender that triggers arousal, to score with the beautiful Jenny (Stevie Cameron) and Heather (Heather Victoria).


G
Up, Up and Away (©2000 Disney Enterprises Inc.)
Scott (Michael Pagan) is devastated when he discovers he won't develop superpowers like his parents, 'Bronze Eagle' (Robert Townsend) and 'Warrior Woman' (Alex Datcher). But when a criminal mastermind named Malcolm (Kevin Connolly) uses a hypnotic computer program to committ crimes and control his friends, only Scotts courage and quick thinking can stop Malcolm's nefarious plot.


NR
Wild World of Batwoman, The (©1966 Medallion TV)
Ayjax Development has created an atomic hearing-aid and the evil Ratfink (Richard Banks) wants it. Unfortunately for him, Ayjax has recruited Batwoman and her batgirls (Katherine Victor) to help guard it. To deal with the problem, Ratfink uses Dr. Neon (George Andre) and his 'happy' pills. Can the women stop dancing long enough to foil Ratfink's plan or will they be mates for Dr. Neon's monsters?


R
Wildest Dreams (©1987 Platinum Pictures & Lightning Pictures)
When Bobby Delaney (James Davies) finds a beautiful genie named Dancee (Heidi Pane) in a bottle, he wishes for true love. Soon, Stella (Ruth Collins), Isabelle (Jeanne Marie) and Rachel (Jill Johnson) are all vying for Bobby's affections. But Stella is too wild, Isabelle is married and Rachel is too rough. Will Dancee be able to find Bobby's true love before these women drive him to an early grave?

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