Movies were always expensive when you had a tight budget. That's where the Drive-ins came in. You could load up the car with family and friends for one low price. The snacks were cheap. There was usually a park or playground in front for the early birds. The parents would bring the kids in their PJ's so's that when they returned home, the kids would already be dressed for bed. I've always had fond memories of being at the Drive-in. It was one of the few things that my family and I could do together. During nude scenes my father would either cover my eyes or ask my sisters if I was asleep or not. I'd hear, "Is the boy asleep?" That was my cue to fake sleep with one eye open to enjoy a huge screen of nekkid female flesh. The last films I saw with my parents at the Drive-in were a John Wayne movie, 'Big Jake' and my favorite science fiction movie of all time, 'The Green Slime'. It was a night to remember.
Wrestling is pure entertainment. Men and women slamming and smashing things over each. Neck twists.Leg locks. Exploding blood packs. Last person standing wins.In 'I Like to Hurt People' you get all that and more. That bad boy The Sheik' likes to wrestle. Sometimes he goes overboard and some one gets hurt. Now he's about to get banned from the Wrestling world. This is his story. 'Andre the Giant' and 'Abdullah the Butcher' also star in this wrestling docu-comedy.
Toto the Dog was crucial to the plot of The Wizard of Oz, but in the Turkish Wizard of Oz, he was just there. The feline in this movie is called Sampson and it plays an important part in Cat in the Cage, but unfortunately no one told the cat. In scenes where it is called for it to attack, the cute lil fuzzy wuzzy just purrs, so they slap on an audio tape of a crazed kitty, and toss the cat. Cat in the Cage is a cliched murder mystery. A son who has just been released from a mental institution believes that his new younger sexier stepmother (Sybil Danning) had something to do with his mothers death. The cat thinks so too.