Motel Hell

Synopsis: Farmer Vincent kidnaps unsuspecting travellers and is burying them in his garden. Unfortunately for his victims, they are not dead. He feeds his victims to prepare them for his roadside stand. His motto is: It takes all kinds of make Farmer Vincents fritters. The movie is gory, but is also a parody of slasher movies like Last House on the Left.
Director(s): Kevin Connor
Production: United Artists
  1 nomination.
Rotten Tomatoes:
101 min

He'd go to hell, right?

They walked across the sands...

and they knew they were sinners.

They knew that they didn't know

the word of the book...

that told them

how they should behave...

You're eatin' out

my heart and soul, babe

You're feasting on

my better side

Who ever thought

you'd be this way, girl

Who's this?

Open Granny's room.

Granny's room? What...

What did you go and do, Vincent?

Get the key, damn it!

Ida, come in here.

I'm hungry, Vincent.

What do you want?

The good Lord has chosen...

to pluck this flower away

from the Grim Reaper.

And I want to make

good and sure...

he keeps his hands off her.

- I need your help.

- Why?

Oh, oh, oh. I see. All right.

Well, let's have a look at it.

Oh, well, she'll live.

All right, well, I'll fix

your little flower for you...

but first you got

to go out and pick me...

some goldenseal, comfrey,

valerian, and plantain.

All right.

I must confess

I was skeptical...

but everything I heard is true.

Your smoked meats

are superior...

to any I've tasted.

Girls, go play outside!

We'd like to continue to

enjoy your meat, Mr. Smith.

Where could we purchase some?

Well, look no further, folks.

If you'll just step

right over here.

Here, try one of these.

Now, this is our

souvenir sampler box.

No chemicals or preservatives...

just 100% honest-to-goodness

hickory smoked meat.

And you get all this

for just $2.95.

What's in there?

- I dare you to look.

- Darers go first.

OK, chicken.

A little souvenir

for your station wagon.

Oh, how nice!

Thank you, sir.

Good gracious!

I've never seen them

act like that before.

What is it? Children?

How peculiar.

I'll calm them down for you.

You folks come back

and see us again real soon.

It was a pleasure.


Anybody home?

Guess who?

Ida, let me go.

Ida! Ida! Let Bruce go.

Ida, get a bathrobe

for Terry, please.

Well, I hope

you're feeling better.

I want to see Bo.

Where is he?

Ah, he passed away this morning.

You mean he's dead?

I don't believe it.

I want to see him.

Well, it's too late.

I buried him at sunrise.

Oh, oh...

Please tell me it isn't true!

Calm down, ma'am.

Everything's gonna be OK.


Come on. Come on.

That's right.

What the heck's

going on here, Vince?

Terry, this is my kid brother,

Sheriff Smith of Grainville.

See, I was out hunting

very early this morning...

and I heard this crash...

and then I found her

by the side of the road.

Oh, oh, here.

I guess the motorcycle

went out of control...

and he gave up the ghost

just before dawn.

Boris Tulinski.

I'm very sorry, ma'am.

Were you married?

Who gave you permission

to bury him?

Uh, ma'am, in this county...

under extenuating

circumstances, it's OK.

Where did you bury him?

In the cemetery.

Why the hell didn't you

call me about this?

I figured you had enough

to take care of already.

Besides, it wasn't much you

could do about it at that point.

I mean, the body wasn't...

wasn't intact.

I did the coroner

one hell of a favor.

She wouldn't want to

remember him like that.

Believe me, it's for the best.

What's she gonna do now?

Oh, rest a while, I expect.

If she's any trouble for you...

I could put her up with

one of the county agencies.


Well, were not exactly


for accommodations around here.

Besides, we could use

a little help.

A smart girl like that

would come in right handy, too.

Sooey, sooey, sooey!

Sooey. Soo-soo!


Hello, Bob. What a surprise.

I wasn't expecting you

for another month.

Well, this is what we call

a little spot check, Vincent.

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Robert Jaffe

Robert L. Jaffe (born May 23, 1946) is an American physicist and the Jane and Otto Morningstar Professor of Physics at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT). He was formerly director of the MIT Center for Theoretical Physics. more…

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