Title : Schlock
Genre : Comedy, Horror, Science Fiction
Cast : John Landis (Schlock), Saul Kahan (Detective Sgt. Wino), Joseph Piantadosi (Ivan), Eliza Roberts (Mindy Binerman), Tom Alvich (Torn Cop), Walter Levine (Police Thief), Harriet Medin (Mrs. Blinerman), Eric Allison (Joe Putzman), Charles Villiers (Cal), Ralph Baker (Dying Man), John Chambers (National Guard Captain), Gene Fox (Billy), Richard Gillis (Officer Gillis), Forrest J. Ackerman (Man in cinema), Susan Weiser (Betty), Jonathan Flint (Bobby), Donald F. Glut (Movie patron), Amy Schireson (Barbara), Emile Hamaty (Professor Shilbovitz), Phillip Levine (Little Boy), Shirley Levine (Woman Onlooker), Mary Cortiz (Housewife), Ivan Lepper (Ditchdigger), Mitchell Tadross (Ditchdigger), Kevin Collins (Baseball Player), Carl Stone (Hippie), Tonda Marton (Nurse), Neil Forn (Doctor), Dana Sue Collins (Duck Girl), Harry Goins (Eye Doctor), Norman Crawford (Night Driver), Jackie Bonnhein (Joyce), Robert E. Collins (Bartender), Belinda Folsey (Goria), Ryan Folsey (Extra), Patty Holcomb (Patty), Ian Kranitz (Piano Player), George O'Hanlon Jr. (George), Billy Record (Dead Cop), Edward Summer (Body on swing with red suspenders), Stuart Weiss (Arnie)
Movie Plot : The debut film of John Landis (The Blues Brothers, Animal House), who also wrote and starred in the low-budget comedy horror. A quiet suburb Southern California is being terrorized by a mysterious murderous monster living in a cave. As the bodies pile up -- with incriminating banana peels always near by the crime scene -- a group of teens stumble on the guilty party: a 20-million-year-old Schlockthropus, an ape-like creature with a sense of the absurd.