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The Stuff
- Michael Moriarty

Overview - A new ice cream-like product becomes immensely popular, taking the entire country by storm. Finding their livelihood threatened, a group of ice cream moguls employ an industrial saboteur (Moriarty) to uncover the creamy sensation's ultrasecret formula.  Read more...

 
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Overview

A new ice cream-like product becomes immensely popular, taking the entire country by storm. Finding their livelihood threatened, a group of ice cream moguls employ an industrial saboteur (Moriarty) to uncover the creamy sensation's ultrasecret formula. Teamed with a fallen cookie entrepreneur, he learns that, although it doesn't have any calories, the stuff possesses one highly undesirable side-effect; it turns people into murderous zombies. With time running out, the two must wrest the world from the grip of this deadly delight. High camp humor is employed to the extreme in this schlock classic from genre guru Cohen.

Cast List

Larry Cohen - Director/Screenwriter, IT'S ALIVE (1974), PHONE BOOTH (2001)
Brooke Adams - American actress, INVASION OF THE BODY SNATCHERS (1978)
Michael Moriarty - American Actor, BANG THE DRUM SLOWLY (1973)
Andrea Marcovicci - American Singer/Actress
Paul Sorvino - American character actor, GOODFELLAS (1990)
Patrick O'Neal - Stage/film actor, NIGHT OF THE IGUANA/ASSIGNMENT TO KILL
Barry Shils - Producer
Danny Aiello - American Actor
Garrett Morris - American Comedian
James Dixon - Screenwriter

 
Details
    DVD Format
  • Format: DVD
  • Run Time: 93
  • Color Format: Color
  • UPC: 014381731828
  • Genre: Horror
  • Rating: R (MPAA)
  • Release Date: September 2011

Related Categories:
Movies > Horror/Suspense

Related Keywords:
Cult Film
Zombies
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Reviews:
"...THE STUFF mostly is amusing....It is a Pop Art piece, what Andy Warhol's art was to the soup can..." - 09/27/1985 New York Times, p.C10


"...[The film] seems to fly right out of the '50s horror genre. It also has an underlying humor about it..." - 08/21/1985 Variety

 
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