Monday, August 10, 2020

Microwave Massacre Movie Review

Microwave Massacre is a 1983 horror movie comedy directed by Wayne Berwick and starring Jackie Vernon.

The movie begins with a girl who teases some workmen by flashing her breasts. One of the workers is called Donald(Vernon) and he goes home to a wife who doesn't like him. Her food is awful and she is trying to pretend that they are better than they are. She complains that Donald is not romantic at all.
Things go on like this day after day. Donald is getting tired of eating terrible food and listening to his wife barking at him. He snaps and he kills her. He doesn't remember doing it the next morning. He finds her head in the microwave and he cuts up the rest of her body. He puts the pieces in the fridge and starts to eat her bit by bit. He shares the food with the guys at work.

He meets a woman at the bar. She is a prostitute. He takes her home and he has sex with her. He smothers her and kills her. Then she ends up on the menu. Donald has a taste for human flesh and he starts to kill more women to satisfy his cravings. His wife's sister shows up looking for her and she finds out what he has done. He attacks her and he ties her up. Donald keeps up his sick crimes. He keeps the sister in the closet. His pals come over to his house and they find him dead in the kitchen of a heart attack. They find his grisly meals and they realise that they have been eating people. The movie ends with the movers looking at the microwave and saying that the wires are faulty.  The wife's head is in the fridge and her eyes glow.....

This is a bad film. Really bad. I couldn't like this one very much. There were parts that made me laugh. How could you not! Overall, the acting was really bad. The story was amusing, but there wasn't enough here to keep me entertained. I didn't like the horror mixed in with comedy. It wasn't for me. I would say that with a name like Microwave Massace, you know what you are getting, so watch at your own peril ! I will award this a 3/10.


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