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A boiling, bizarre tale of a mad love that crashes through the supernatural! When an electrical accident disfigures the face of Cronin Mitchell, he also acquires strange psychic powers. He promptly makes a bargain with a witch who will restore his looks if he will become her lover. However, though the world sees her as a sexy cutie named Ellen, Mitchell's new girlfriend is actually an ugly old crone. After expelling a ghost from a funeral home, Mitchell next tries to discover the identity of a small-town maniac. However, the feds have also asked karate-chopping playboy Alex Jordan to oversee the case, and Jordan schemes to have Ellen all to himself--but not before Mitchell boosts his ESP with LSD, and Jordan is attacked by killer bed sheets. Honest. Like the title promises, "Something Weird," another crackpot gem from director Herschell Gordon Lewis (She-Devils on Wheels), is one of the most bizarre and outrageous horror flicks ever made, and presented uncut and in widescreen for the first time since its theatrical release!
Audio Commentary by director Herschell Gordon Lewis - Trailer - Herschell Gordon Lewis Gallery of Exploitation Art 1.85:1 - Color - English - Mono
- Audio Commentary by producer David F. Friedman on the origins of Something Weird Video
- Audio Introduction by Herschell Gordon Lewis
- Three Archival Short Subjects: "Monsterama Nightmare from 'The Weird World of LSD,'" "Psyched-Out Singalong with the 4D Witch!" and "LSD Psychedelic Freak Out"
- Herschell Gordon Lewis Gallery of Exploitation Art
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out of a B-Movie. If you don't already own this one, go ahead & get it. It is fun to watch and after
all it is "SOMETHING WEIRD !"
It dont get much weirder than this...
dvd. Being one of the bit actors-stuntmen in this film (I'm the bad actor blonde thug in the bar scene with those awful lines.),
I would put it on a level just above "Plan 9 From Outerspace".
The acting,and cutting left a lot to be desired.
I did, however, find one thing that might add some redeeming
value to "Something Weird". I loved the ambulance.