Motel Hell (1980)

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  • RT Rating 70%
  • IMDB Rating 6.1

Critic Reviews:

Motel Hell doesn’t seem to have much social satire in mind. In fact, it began life as a straight, ugly, little horror film. But thanks to its premise it began evolving into a black comedy during production.


With so much strangeness clawing away and threatening to make off with the film, it’s no surprise the climax is an eruption of lunacy: chainsaw duels, pseudo-zombie hordes, assorted smokehouse grisliness, and more await.


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