Slugs VHS box cover art. Movie starring Michael Garfield, Kim Terry, Philip MacHale, Concha Cuetos. Directed by J.P. Simon (Juan Piquer Simón). 1988.
From the VHS box cover:
Unusually large slugs in the garden. Partially eaten corpses. And the ghastly death of a young couple amid thousands of slime trails. All are gruesome pieces of a horrifying puzzle — a puzzle whose solution can mean only one thing. Carnivorous slugs are killing the people of Ashton!
An investigation by Health Inspector Mike Brady yields startling results. Long-buried toxic waste is causing a mutation in common garden slugs, turning them into a rapidly growing population of man-eating monsters. And if Brady’s theory holds up, it is only a matter of time before Ashton is completely consumed by the slimy horde.
With time running out, and with no help from the skeptical authorities, Mike takes matters into his own hands. Armed with a special toxin, he struggles in a desperate, last-ditch effort to save Ashton from a slime wasteland!
Webmaster VHS cover art. Movie starring Lars Bom, Jorgen Kiil, Puk Scharbau. Directed by Thomas Borch Nielsen. 1998.
No One Is Safe In Cyberworld
From the VHS box:
In a futuristic cyber world taken over by advanced artificial intelligence, a lone computer hacker (JB) is suddenly drawn into an unknown world controlled by the enigmatic Stoliss. Trading on luck, JB is given the assignment of “Webmaster.” But when a hacker maneuvers his way into Stoliss’ cyber empire, JB is given 35 hours to trap the intruder or die trying. Now, in order to survive, JB is forced to terminate an imposter he doesn’t even know. Let the countdown to death begin.
Available on Amazon in DVD *and* VHS formats. Thank you cyberwebnethighway!
Gallagher Melon Crazy on VHS video. TV short starring Gallagher, Bill Kirchenbauer. Directed by Joe Hostettler. 1984.
From the VHS box cover:
It’s official. Gallagher, America’s most outrageous comic has gone Melon Crazy!
The first warning sign of Melon Craziness is a tendency to collect strange “melonabilia” like huge thirty foot watermelons, watermelon blimps, or three-piece watermelon suits. (And other very strange piece of melon matter.)
The second warning sign is a tendency to hang around with other crazy people like special guest comic Bill Kirchenbauer (Tony Roletti of Fernwood Tonight) who does impressions of xerox machines. And the third sign of melon craziness is the messiest Sledge-O-Matic demonstration of all time. Take home your copy today… and stand back! SPLAT!