|studio||Vital Fluids Releasing|
|starring||Kristi Russell, Mary Woronov, James Duval, Ariadne Schaffer, Michael McConnohie, Rob Brink|
|tagline||“Can one hot EPA agent bring down this horny toad?"|
|trailer 1||Trailer #1|
SynopsisChemical waste seeps into the water supply of a small town, causing the birth of a mutant frog. The frog is instinctively driven to search out its genetic match, human women, and mate with them in order to procreate the species.
You’ve heard the story before… a mutant creature out of control, running rampant and wreaking havoc on humanity. There’s always the hot female scientist/reporter/nuclear physicist/cop/government agent who needs to stop it, and a few sexy love scenes as well. Though the mutant creature is bad, it’s revealed that the REAL threat to humanity is big business, which is dumping nuclear waste/doing unethical genetic experiments/playing with nuclear power/making a germ for the military/etc. So far it sounds like “Alligator”, or “Grizzly”, or “Frog”, or “Food of the Gods”, or “Kingdom of the Ants”, or “Piranha”, or “Barracuda”, or “Rattler”, or any number of other 1970’s/1980’s exploitation film involving a nosy woman and her love interest, as well as a back story about conspiracy, shady money deals, and unlawful business practices. “Frog-g-g!” mocks and does the nearly impossible; exploits the exploitation movie. …Read More