Cannibal the Musical (1993)
Cannibal! The Musical (originally known as Alferd Packer: The Musical) is a 1993 American black comedy musical film directed, written, produced, co-scored by and starring Trey Parker in his directorial debut while studying at the University of Colorado at Boulder, before reaching fame with South Park alongside his friend Matt Stone who also stars in and produced the film. It is loosely based on the true story of Alferd Packer and the sordid details of the trip from Utah to Colorado that left his five fellow travelers dead and partially eaten. Trey Parker (credited as Juan Schwartz) stars as Alferd Packer, with frequent collaborators Stone, Dian Bachar, and others playing the supporting roles. A live staged version was performed at Sierra College, in Rocklin, California, in May 1998. It was followed by Dad's Garage Theater, Atlanta Georgia, in the fall of 1998. The Dad's Garage version is highlighted in the special features of Troma's DVD release of the movie. The show has continued to find small theaters and audiences across America and beyond for many years. In 2001, a production was staged Off-Broadway at the Kraine Theater on East 4th Street in New York. A large-scale stage production was produced by The Rival Theatre Company at the 2008 Edinburgh Festival Fringe. It featured West End performers. It was executive produced by Jason McHugh and directed by Frazer Brown
Eating Raoul (1982)
Eating Raoul is a 1982 American black comedy film written, directed by and starring Paul Bartel with Mary Woronov, Robert Beltran, Ed Begley Jr., Buck Henry, and Susan Saiger. It is about a prudish married couple (Bartel and Woronov) who resort to killing and robbing affluent swingers to earn money for their dream restaurant. The writers commissioned a single-issue comic book based on the film for promotion; it was created by underground comix creator Kim Deitch. It would also become a hit off Broadway musical.
Opening Credits; Introduction (1.05); Amazing Design Advertisement (52.51); Background History (54.04); Eating Raoul Film Trailer (54.49); The Original (56.25); Let's Rate (1:42.42); Introducing the Double Feature (1:48.50); Cannibal – The Musical Film Trailer (1:51.11); The Attraction (1:52.53); How Many Stars (2:35.19); Over All Thought (2:36.09) End Credits (2:41.52; Closing Credits (2:43.21)
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Closing Credits: Eat Me – Demi Lovatto Featuring Ryan and Serpent. -. Taken from the forthcoming album ‘Holy Fvck’. Copyright 2022 Island Records.
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