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(170) 5.7 87 min 2016

Auto Shop of Horrors is a movie starring Glenn Berggoetz, Paul Rohrer, and Maya Grace. A mentally disturbed car mechanic becomes convinced that if he eats enough human eyeballs he'll develop the ability to see into the future, so...

Starring
Maya Grace, Tim Fegan, Paul Rohrer, Glenn Berggoetz
Genres
Comedy, Horror
Director
Glenn Berggoetz, Tim Gallagher

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Quality 480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Genres Comedy, Horror
Director Glenn Berggoetz, Tim Gallagher
Writer Glenn Berggoetz, Tim Gallagher
Stars Maya Grace, Tim Fegan, Paul Rohrer, Glenn Berggoetz
Country USA
Runtime 1H 27M
Description A mentally disturbed car mechanic becomes convinced that if he eats enough human eyeballs he'll develop the ability to see into the future, so when customers bring their cars into his repair shop, he eats their eyeballs.

Top reviews

Tuesday, 09 Jun 2020 12:05

During a "dance" demonstration, a dance-off pits 2 police officers against each other with these 2 being the "stars" of the dance. I really wanted to like this film. The premise for a horror film is rather interesting. An ex-cop (Tom Savini) wakes up in a hospital bed to find that his wife (Susan Sarandon) has died in an accident. After taking care of her, he goes to the police station to report her death. He starts to get chased by a rogue detective (Paul Sorvino), who is jealous of his former partner (Joe Spinell). However, there is a twist to the end of the film, which I won't reveal, that I won't say anything about because it's not a spoiler. Suffice it to say that Savini wins the dance-off, but the only thing that really happens in the movie is the dance-off. The rest of the film is simply a number of scenes shot in a low budget film studio, followed by interviews with the participants of the film. The acting is very good, even though there are some really bad actors. The soundtrack is good, even though it's bad. The director of this movie is one John S. McFarland. I believe he is in his late 50's or early 60's. He has directed several movies including a remake of "Scarecrow". In this remake, a dance-off takes place. He directed "Days of Being Wild". "Friday the 13th Part 4: The Final Chapter", "Friday the 13th Part 5: The New Blood", and "Friday the 13th Part 6: The New Blood". "The Dollmaker" is his worst movie. I believe he directed the remake of "Escape from L.A.". His best film is "Friday the 13th Part 5: The New Blood". In addition, I believe he directed the remake of "The Blues Brothers". He is very talented in both horror and comedy. For those interested in horror films, I recommend this film. I rate it an 8/10.
Wednesday, 22 Apr 2020 22:20

If you've got a sense of humor, then this movie is for you. The concept of a man who owns a shop selling unusual and odd products is just a great backdrop for a delightful story and a twisted sense of humor. The stories within the movie are so unique and enjoyable that they have a nice dynamic to them. You know exactly what is going to happen because they aren't predictable, and are so good that it can make you smile and laugh your butt off. The humor in this movie isn't just slapstick humor like the average comedy, but a sense of humor that isn't for the general public to like. I mean, does anyone really need to see a guy play the role of a killjoy with black woman? The story is basically a side story that takes place within the town of Horseless. In this town, the people go to a graveyard to dispose of the dead bodies of the victims. One night, a man named "Pops" starts doing weird things to the townspeople that they don't like. But as he sees it, he's the only one who can fix the town. He takes his neighbors' bodies and tosses them into the pit to decompose. Soon, Pops becomes the town's new savior, and the townsfolk begin to look forward to a new town. But the secret to their success is that Horseless is a strange and unique place. It seems like every year they have a new town, and this is how it happened in every year. They also added in another part of the town, which is where the townspeople spend their time, and that's where Pops lives. The townspeople's motives to get rid of Pops, are basically a man saying to them that he can't take care of things alone. The movie has a great sense of humor that isn't for the general public, and the characters are not so typical, but rather they are something of a caricature. The concept of Pops being the town's savior is genius, and it's just a perfect story to create. The final two stories are really great, and that's really what makes this movie so great. They are so good and hilarious that you won't care if they end. In the end, it's a movie that is for those who love a good story and don't care what others think. It's one of those films that you watch and you just know that it's going to be a great movie, and it is. This movie is a classic that you will not be able to take your eyes off of. It's a classic in my book.


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