Yoinked from the Wikipedia and re-written by me ...
"Drive In Massacre is a 1976 horror movie, written by George 'Buck' Flower (as Buck Flowers), John Goff, and Stu Segall (as Godfrey Daniels), and directed by Stu Segall, with make up effects credited to 'the Duke of Disguise'. The co-writer John Goff allegedly also has a cameo in the film but this is unconfirmed. The title of the film is shown as though it were written in letters on the marquee of an actual drive in theater.
The plot begins on August 10th in a California drive-in theatre, and concerns a killer on the loose, with the victims beheaded with a large sword. Two police are sent to investigate the killings, and question the owner of the drive in and his assistant, and a local peeping Tom, before going undercover to catch the killer themselves.
The original video release also includes the theatrical trailer, in which the title is misspelled as Drive In Masacre. This was retitled 'Drive In Killer' for its West German release.
One of the co-writer, George Buck Flower (October 28, 1937 – June 18, 2004), went on to have a very successful career as an actor, writer, producer, assistant director, production manager, and casting director. He was sometimes credited as Buck Flower, George "Buck" Flower, George Flower, Buck Flowers, C. D. LaFleur, C.D. LaFleure, C.D. Lafleuer, and C.D. Lafleur.
Due to his gruff appearance, he was often cast as a drunk or homeless character and had bit parts on numerous television shows including The Dukes of Hazzard, LA Law, Power Rangers Light Force, ER, The Adventures of Brisco County Jr. and Dr. Quinn, Medicine Woman. Director John Carpenter gave Flower a cameo role in almost every film he made throughout the 1980s and he also appeared as Red The Bum in the Back to the Future movies."
Wow. That's some interesting stuff right there. So the drunk guy who said "Crazy drunk drivers" in Back to the Future helped write the piece of shit I'll be watching today.
That's good to know.
Steve's Snacks of The Week:
Ton Of Coffee To Stay Awake
Whatever Candy I Can Find
Chocolate Coins To Dunk IN Peanut Butter
Probably More Pills
... AND NOW, Steve and this blog are both PROUD to once again present today's Church-less Movie of the Weel in its entirety FOR FREE! Yes, yes, no need to thanks us. Please, though, a few rules first. No talking in the theater, no cell phones, please, and dim headlights (where applicable).
Oh, and remember ...
Enjoy the show, y'all!