Return of the Killer Tomatoes!

1988

Return of the Killer Tomatoes!

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Total Count: 5

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Movie Info

It has been 25 years since the last Killer Tomato has been squished into sauce. To this day the tasty red fruit are banned, and some folks fall in to paroxysms of fear at the mention of tomatoes. Still the general public has been lulled into believing that they are finally safe from the genetically engineered scourge. The purpose of this sci-fi sequel is to prove them wrong. The trouble begins when a pizza delivery boy (the pizzas only use non-tomato-base sauce) falls in love with a beautiful girl. Little does he know that she is the assistant of wicked Professor Gangreen who has engineered a brand new kind of tomato that can assume human form.

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Cast

John Astin
as Professor Gangreen
Anthony Starke
as Chad Finletter
George Clooney
as Matt Stevens
Charlie Jones
as TV Sportscaster
Rock Peace
as Wilbur Finletter
Frank Davis
as Sam Smith
C.J. Dillon
as Prison Guard/Man in Parking Lot/SAG Representative
Teri Weigel
as Matt's Playmate
Debi Fares
as Matt's tomato
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Critic Reviews for Return of the Killer Tomatoes!

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Audience Reviews for Return of the Killer Tomatoes!

  • Feb 18, 2012
    Return of the Killer Tomatoes is a hilarious comedy horror film. This film stars a young George Clooney. This comedy horror film is really over the top, and everything is done deliberately. The film is pure fun from start to finish. This is the type of comedy horror flick that should only be watched by fans of these films. If you're going to expect something serious here, forget it. This film is pure cheese from start to finish. Sure the premise is stupid, but that's what makes this film so much fun. The acting is average, and is exactly what you'd expect from this type of film. There's plenty of memorable comedic moments in this film to appeal to horror comedy fans. Everything is so over the top, but it's done on purpose. Return of the Killer Tomatoes is simply a great Comedy horror flick that spoofs old school monster flicks, and other genres as well. The film isn't perfect, but it manages to be very entertaining. The best way to describe this is a mindless comedy horror flick that shouldn't be taken seriously whatsoever. This is a fun comedy horror flick that will appeal to B movie fans. The story is simple, yet it works. I enjoyed this film, and I thought that the film was a good sequel that equalled the cheesy fun of the first. There's some very funny performances here, and you'll be constantly entertained by this film, if you're in the right state of mind.
    Alex r Super Reviewer
  • Nov 01, 2011
    Ok I have no idea why this came before the 'Attack of the Killer Tomatoes' but oh well. Its one of those cheesy b movies that you pretty much know what you are in for as soon as the 'lottery' guy comes on. Its goofy, silly and sort of meta at times. Oh yeah and if there's no other reason to watch it... 1 name.. George Clooney is actually in this back in the days!!! (its 1988) The movie was funny, dad & have fun watching it during a full on power outage!! But in some areas I got a little bored here & there. C
  • Nov 29, 2010
    A perfect sequel to a great spoof film. Very 80s, and extremely hilarious on so many levels. If you liked the first one, you need to see this one.
    Aj V Super Reviewer
  • Feb 25, 2009
    If you expect a serious movie you'll be massively disappointed. If, however you're expecting a comedic spoof that doesn't take itself (or it's prequel) seriously then you're in for a wild ride. It's nearly worth watching just so you can admire George Clooney's 80's mullet. There's little plot, but instead there is a series of imaginative scenes which can really make you laugh (so long as you don't try and take the movie seriously). Heartily recommended.
    Cassandra M Super Reviewer

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