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On the murder menu: death by amputation, dismemberment by horses (one per limb), crushing by boulder, and, the most unsettling (or creative?), death by barrel rolling... with flesh-ripping nails in the sides. Tame by later standards yet still absurdly shocking, Two Thousand Maniacs! is the pure, funny-freaky essence of exploitation cinema, complete with the obligatory Playboy Playmate (Connie Mason) in the cast. Lewis (a former literature professor, no less) frequently cited this as his proudest achievement, and who's going to argue? With its crude direction, atrocious acting, and delirious redneck flavor, the movie genuinely deserves its place in cinema history, its dubious entertainment value proving surprisingly durable through the decades. A milestone of movie bloodletting, it was followed, appropriately enough, by Color Me Blood Red in 1965. --Jeff Shannon
Yes fun and bloody good movie ! If your into Herschell gordon Lewis , this is a gem !Published 10 months ago by Brian A.
This movie is just as colorful and gorey as I remember from watching it at the Drive-In back in the mid-'60's. Read morePublished 12 months ago by buzz4709
way ahead of its time for the gore aspect, and plot kind a like a gory version of the twilight zone..but man those cloths and hairstyles from 1965 look really stupid lol. Read morePublished 14 months ago by martyrs fan
I hate this. "Special Edition!" crapola. A great old classic, on DVD....in 1:33 to 1 ratio.
I want to smack the makers of the disc. WHAT is special? Read more
A conveniently placed detour sign on a remote country road lands a group of Northern vacationers right smack dab in the middle of Pleasant Valley's Centennial celebration. Read morePublished on February 2, 2013 by Carl Manes
This film is part of a trilogy and is a cult classic. It was filmed in St. Cloud, Fl which is my hometown.Published on January 27, 2013 by W Bell