kentucky fried movie £1 instore @ Tesco over 18s only
kentucky fried movie £1 instore @ Tesco over 18s only

kentucky fried movie £1 instore @ Tesco over 18s only

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Twenty years before the Farrelly Brothers turned raunch into acceptable film comedy, the team of David Zucker, Jim Abrahams and Jerry Zucker exploited it first. The college threesome made it big with Airplane in 1980, but this 1977 cinematic version of their live theatre show was the ground zero for their talents. Kentucky Fried Movie is a mish-mash of sketches, fake commercials, and parodies with no central theme--except their crudeness and laugh-out-loud humour. Highlights include a commercial for "Scot Free", a board game based on the Kennedy assassination conspiracy; "The Wonderful World of Sex", in which a couple goes through foreplay with a self-help narrator instructing them step-by-step; and a 20-minute spoof of Bruce Lee films entitled "A Fistful of Yen". Brazen to a fault, the movie will reach for any punchline, no matter how crude (and those who flocked to the film's initial release looking for R-rated sex will remember the final sketch and the infamous trailer for "Catholic High School Girls in Trouble".) Directed by then-unknown John Landis (who went on to make The Blues Brothers and An American Werewolf in London) on a shoestring budget, the film has aged. But crassness, when this funny, is forever. --Doug Thomas, Amazon.com

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Donald Sutherland, Bill Bixby, Henry Gibson, Tony Dow "Inspired... Flawless... Very Raunchy... Those easily offended by strong lanuage and steamy sex take notice." If you think that Airplane was funny, then buckle your seatbelts for this hilarious, no holds barred film from the Zucker Brothers and Jim Abrahams. Here is the birthplace of the raunchy and ridiculous, a collection of uproarious take offs and put ons of commercials, news shows, coming attractions, plus the immortal A Fistful Of Yen. Kentucky Fried Movie is non stop hysteria, loaded with puns. Double entendres and a constant parade of bountiful babes! Imagine Saturday night live without the censors and you've got the one and only! Special Features Chapter/Scene Selection Photo Gallery Star Biographies Trailer

brilliant movie


sure is a weird movie


sure is a weird movie

weird ? its fricken hilarious, if you have that stupid Zuckeresque sense of humour :thumbsup:

classic 'Enter the Dragon' take off, an all time fave

this film is brilliant

Ah yes, I noticed this in someone's trolley just before Xmas. Absolute bargain - it's a classic movie.

Now let's give Dr Klahn a great big hand!


classic 'Enter the Dragon' take off, an all time fave

No! Not Detroit! :P

shame its instore

First X movie I ever saw, thought it was hilarious and tuned out to be a forerunner of many movies to come.

HOT HOT HOT !!! Top movie(ish)! 'Catholic high school girls in trouble ' and "feel-a-vision" lol !!! xxx You have got to buy this!!

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gee first time i saw this was one of the 1st videos out must be around 1980/81 or something seen it maybe once since then maybe but it was so funny then when i was 10

I saw this at a school 'video club' in about 82/83ish.....thing is I was only 13 or 14 at the time!

danger seeker is funniest bit in this. almost wet myself!

Ah yes, "The popcorn you are eating has been p**sed in". I remember it well.

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well its a bit hotter than the kfc thread

A total classic!

the man on the street from police squad is in this

Hot for £1. The 'premature' :whistling: sketch springs to mind.

Enter the Dragon is a Classic!!!!
"A toy Robot??? A Toy Robot?"
"eat Lead Sucker"

"If I was asleep and you were my alarm clock how would you wake me up?"

Just found a copy in Sainsburys for £1 too. A classic film ... and the capital of Nebraska is LINCOLN!
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