Killer Tongue (1996) Movie Review

Killer Tongue (1996)

1996 | R | Horror, Sci-Fi, Comedy

User Score: 50/100


This horror story involves a woman hiding out with four pastel colored poodles in a desert gas station...

The incredible story begins in the New Mexico desert at the border of paranormal reality. An unlikely convergence of strange phenomenon spawns a creature with seductive feminine charms and gross mutations. With a parasitic alien inhabiting her monstrous body, Candy, the human host fights a losing battle with the beast until it’s secret grip can be broken. This shocking movie breaks all the rules of filmmaking and will stay with you forever… unless you can’t stay with IT!

About Killer Tongue (1996)

Title: Killer Tongue
Year: 1996
Starring: Robert Englund, Doug Bradley, Jonathan Rhys Meyers, Nigel Whitmey, Melinda Clarke, Tusse Silberg, Stephen Marcus, Edward Tudor-Pole, Mapi Galán, Daniel Edwards, Terry Forrestal, Ricardo Fraguas, Alicia Garrigues, John Hampden, Kimberly, Luchi López, José Truchado, Richard Waters, Jason Durr, Mabel Karr, Alicia Borrachero, Michael Cule, David Dale
Director: Alberto Sciamma
Score: 2 / 5 stars
Avg. Rating: 2.5/5 stars from 6 users. Votes: 6.
Genre: Horror, Sci-Fi, Comedy
MPAA Rating: R

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