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Comfort Film Presents: Released And Abandoned:Forgotten Oddities Of The Home Video Era. Zadar! Cow from Hell

  • Comfort Station 2579 N. Milwaukee Ave. Chicago (map)

Comfort Film presents:
Released and Abandoned:Forgotten Oddities of the Home Video Era. 

A monthly series curated by Paul Freitag-Fey from the Daily Grindhouse featuring odd and lost/forgotten movies from the home video era

Zadar! Cow from Hell (1989)

This film represents the first cinematic venture by the comic troupe Duck's Breath Mystery Theater. Sight gags abound. The story concerns the efforts of a Hollywood type to make a low-budget horror film in his home state of Iowa. His family's proximity causes endless complications. The film-within-a-film concerns the adventures of a giant radioactive cow. The film's comic highlight is the difficulty faced by extras when the cow horns stuck to their heads with super strong adhesive won't come off. --NYT

Directed by Robert C. Hughes
Starring Toby Huss
Jim Turner
Release dates: 1989
Running time: 87 minutes

Media: DVD Digital Projection

Totally free.


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