|release date||March 24 1982|
|studio||20th Century Fox|
|writer||Paul Bartel, Richard Blackburn|
|starring||Mary Woronov, Paul Bartel, Robert Beltran|
|tagline||A tasty comedy of bad manners|
SynopsisWarhol superstar Mary Woronov and cult legend Paul Bartel portray a prudish married couple who feel put upon by the swingers living in their apartment building. One night, by accident, they discover a way to simultaneously rid themselves of the “perverts” down the hall and realize their dream of opening a restaurant.
A graduate of the Roger Corman School of Filmmaking, director Paul Bartel really hit his stride with 1975’s Death Race 2000, one of the greatest low-budget action movies ever. With a firm grasp of black humor, satire, and violence – and Cannonball! – under his belt, Bartel broke away from the famous producer and snuck off with writer Richard Blackburn. They emerged from their session with the script for Eating Raoul, a biting social satire about the American Dream that’s filled to the brim with great one liners and really memorable situational comedy. …Read More