Hell Comes to Frogtown

HELL COMES TO FROGTOWN (18)
D: R. J. Kizer & Donald G. Jackson
New World (Donald G. Jackson & Randall Frakes)
US 1987
82 mins
 
Science Fiction/Comedy
 
W: Donald G. Jackson & Randall Frakes
DP: Donald G. Jackson & Enrico Picard
Ed: R.J. Kizer & James Matheny
Mus: David Shapiro 
 

Roddy Piper (Sam Hell), Sandahl Bergman (Spangle), William Smith (Captain Devlin / Count Sodom), Rory Calhoun (Looney Tunes)
 
Following a nuclear apocalypse which leaves a species of frog-people populating the Earth's derelict cities, it is down to a drifter to repopulate the planet with humans.
Ridiculously cheesy low budget 80's cult B-movie starring professional wrestler Roddy Piper in the lead role.
As the title and the plot would suggest, it's unbelievably silly, but thoroughly enjoyable for what it's worth, with some surprisingly decent makeup effects for a trashy low budget flick.
It's unlikely to find an audience nowadays and would be best enjoyed by those who liked it as a kid, or even fans of the John Carpenter movies released around the same time (They Live, Big Trouble In Little China, etc.)
5/10

Roddy Piper in Hell Comes to Frogtown
Roddy Piper in Hell Comes to Frogtown