Trog is undoubtedly one of the campest and unintentionally hilarious films to ever star a former Academy Award winner and cult fans delight in this tale of an anthropologist (Joan Crawford) who discovers a living troglodyte.
Granted it was shot nearly 25 years after silver screen icon Crawford picked up Oscar gold, but still, it’s mind-boggling.
A grocer is impaled on a meat hook, a car is tossed aside like a twig, a child is kidnapped . . . all after local resident Sam Murdock (Michael Gough) prods the brute into a blind rampage.
The make-up of the troglodyte, AKA Trog, is hilariously bad, but then again so are Crawford’s boldly coloured pantsuits.
Trog was Crawford’s final film.
Dr Richard Warren
Dr Pierre Duval