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Ice Cream Man / Jack Frost 2 / Killer Tongue - Triple Feature

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Editorial Reviews

Ice Cream Man 1995 Color 84 minutes Rated R
Starring: Clint Howard, Justin Isfeld, Anndi McAfee
The happy jingle of the neighborhood ice cream truck turns into hell s bells as Gregory Tudor (Clint Howard) delivers torture, murder and mayhem with every scoop of rocky road. After witnessing the murder of his friend The Ice Cream King, Gregory grows up to become a demented ice cream man with mysterious frozen treats. No one is safe from the ice cream man in this pulse-pounding nightmare that s sure to leave you chilled to the bone.
Jack Frost 2 2000 Color 91 minutes Rated R
Starring: Christopher Allport, Eileen Seeley, Chip Heller
Jack, the chiller killer is back and he's mad as hell. An accidental lab experiment resurrected the evil snowman, but this time, the crystal killer can't be stopped by fire, bullets or even his worst enemy, chemical anti-freeze. With revenge on his mind, Jack sets out to finish off his nemesis, Sheriff Sam, who is vacationing on a Caribbean island. Sam's balmy paradise turns into a Winter Terrorland when Jack freezes the island and quickly ices everyone around him. No one can stop the chilling killing spree when Jack can travel as lethal liquid or fatal, frosty flakes. Just when you thawed it was safe to go back in the fridge...
Killer Tongue 1996 Color 98 minutes Rated R
Starring: Melinda Clarke, Jason Durr, Robert Englund
The incredible story begins in the New Mexico desert at the border of paranormal reality. An unlikely convergence of strange phenomenon spawns a creature with seductive feminine charms and gross mutations. With a parasitic alien inhabiting her monstrous body, Candy, the human host fights a losing battle with the beast until its secret grip can be broken. This shocking movie breaks all the rules of filmmaking and will stay with you forever... unless you can't stay with IT!

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Product Details

  • Actors: Justin Isfeld, Christopher Allport, Eileen Seeley, Melinda Clarke, Jason Durr Clint Howard
  • Directors: Various
  • Format: Multiple Formats, Dolby, NTSC
  • Language: English
  • Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Number of discs: 2
  • Rated: R (Restricted)
  • Studio: Mill Creek Entertainment
  • DVD Release Date: May 10, 2011
  • Run Time: 273 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 3.9 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (10 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B004V8W4V0
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #87,746 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)

Customer Reviews

Like I said before, so horrible you'll pee laughing.
Marlenny Linda♥!
This is a film that, if it is to be enjoyed at all, must be viewed through the lens of the bad movie aficionado, preferably in the company of other B-movie lovers.
Robert I. Hedges
That may not be important to many, but I always like to have the unrated version if one is available.
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11 of 12 people found the following review helpful By Michael Noga on May 19, 2011
ICE CREAM MAN: This movie is the Citizen Kane of cheesy B horror movies. There are so many weird or creepy things about the movie that you can't help but be entertained. It's about a crazed ice cream man who leaves an asylum, chops up kids and puts them in his ice cream. But there is so much more.

The cast is insane! You've got Clint Howard as a serial killing ice cream man, Lee Majors II and Jan Michael Vincent as a couple of Miami Vice clones, Baseball Hall of Famer Steve Garvey(!), Sandahl Bergman, David Naughton and British actor David Warner as well as Olivia Hussey, who played one of the most famous versions of Juliet in film history!

There are so many goofs and mistakes in this movie you'd have to watch it twice to count them all. There are fake plants in an outdoor garden, a fat kid, named Tuna, who is only fat because he wears an obvious fat suit, some of the most fake blood you'll ever laugh at, and jarring switches between the horror, comedy and even almost, kinda family film genres. The acting is indescribable.

This is a fantastic film for the b horror movie fan.

JACK FROST 2: Jack Frost 2 is cool! (Ha-ha get it?) I can't say enough about how entertaining this movie is. If Ice Cream Man is the Citizen Kane of b horror movies, then Jack Frost 2 is the Casablanca or Gone with the Wind. Basically, the killer from the original gets re-formed (Go Science!) and is off on a revenge spree against the sheriff who put him on ice in the first movie. The fact that that sheriff is now on vacation in the Caribbean doesn't slow Jack down in the least.

This was obviously made by b horror fans who were aiming at giving the audience everything they could want in a cheesy horror movie.
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3 of 4 people found the following review helpful By THE MOVIE GUY on January 1, 2012
I am not sure why "Killer Tongue" is in this threesome. Clearly it is out of place.

The movie starts out with a black and white episode out of the 50's. An ice cream man gets shot. A child come to get ice cream is disturbed by it, and I don't know how the kid got blood on his head. Converse supplied shoes to all the kids in the film, hence all the ridiculous shoe close-ups.

We then flash to modern times. Clint Howard plays the creepy ice cream man, one that has a great nervous eye tic. His sanitation within his truck leaves much to be desired as he scoops out ice cream which include human body parts. He is clearly deranged. What makes this movie interesting are the characters who are caricatures of themselves, playing roles stereotyped by dialouge. With names like Tuna Cassera, how can you not love them. Jeanine Anderson sits in a chair and comically squawks while her Reverend husband believes she is speaking in tongues to the archangel Gabriel and doesn't understand why his daughter Heather (Anndi McAfee who does cartoon voices) runs to her room.

The movie boils down to the kids vs. the ice cream man. It is a fun movie, but not scary for adults.

No f-bombs, sex, or nudity. I am puzzled by the "R" rating.

The movie is more comedy than slasher horror, perhaps more in the same light as "Student Bodies." Christopher Allport plays Sheriff Sam Tiler, who people don't believe about his killer snowman. The snowman has been revived and heads to a tropical island where Sam and his wife are vacationing. Jack Frost has the ability to change his shape. He talks the whole while, similar to the inane chatter of previously mentioned "Student Bodies.
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2 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Robert I. Hedges HALL OF FAMETOP 500 REVIEWER on April 8, 2012
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I was looking for a copy of "Ice Cream Man" recently, and serendipitously discovered this three movie, two DVD set as an alternative. Although buying this package meant giving up some much more impressive packaging and DVD extras (especially in the case of "Jack Frost 2,") the price made it a worthwhile trade. The films vary widely in quality both conceptually and technically, with "Ice Cream Man" the most enjoyable, "Killer Tongue" the most interesting, and "Jack Frost 2" the weakest link in every way.

"Ice Cream Man" is a tongue in cheek horror flick from director Paul Norman about frozen dairy products gone horribly awry. Starring the genuinely talented Clint Howard as Gregory Tudor, the film is not especially chilling. (No pun intended.) It is, however, peculiar and unique, scoring points for B-movie aficionados. Howard's performance here is totally over the top (which is interesting contrast given that a contemporary work of his was as an understated NASA flight controller in "Apollo 13.") The film works because of Howard's hammy interpretation of the character.

The plot is fairly generic: traumatized kid grows up to be a messed up adult, who goes on a major crime spree complete with gratuitous (if totally unconvincing) violence and gore. As a child Gregory witnessed a mob hit on the local "Ice Cream King," and has to be placed in the Wishing Well Hospital to help him recover from his emotional scarring. The expository dialogue ranges from the utterly contrived to hilarious puns and inside jokes. My favorite recurrent theme is from Gregory's doctor who keeps repeating the mantra "There are no bad days Gregory, only happy days." Obviously most of the young audience that this is intended for have no clue who Clint's brother is, or have ever heard of "Happy Days.
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