Auntie Lee's Meat Pies (1992)

Karen Black, Pat Morita, Kristine Rose, Michael Berryman,
A devil-worshiping woman sends out her four beautiful nieces to lure men back to her place so they can be killed, ground up and sold as meat pies.
  • 4.9 /10.0 IMDB Rating:
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  • 2018-09-07 Added:
  • Gerald Stein, Writer:
  • Joseph F. Robertson, Director:
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7 / 10

Wasted Time Twice...

This has to be one of the biggest wastes of film in the history of Hollywood. I rented this with some friends of mine, and it was so horrible that we rented it again just to verify the badness. Pat Morita as the chief of police who is always walking around with a cigarette sticking out of his mouth (though they are hardly ever lit)is not a convincing performance, and is a disappointment. Stupid plot with horrible acting from both accomplished actors, and wanna-be actresses (read: former Playboy Playmates). If I could have rated this movie with less than one star, I would have.

One more note for those pervs who just want to see some skin from the playmates...don't waste your time...there is some nudie shots, but they are late in the film, and not worth the wait.

6 / 10

Cheesy early-1990s horror comedy...

Oddly enough, with my admiration and fascination with horror movies, then I have actually never even heard about this 1992 horror comedy titled "Auntie Lee's Meat Pies". Not before now in 2021, as I stumbled upon the movie by random chance.

And seeing that the movie had Karen Black on the cast list, of course I needed no persuasion to sit down and watch "Auntie Lee's Meat Pies". Then I noticed that the movie also had Pat Morita and Michael Berryman on the cast list, then of course things became even more interesting.

Let me just say that "Auntie Lee's Meat Pies" was an enjoyable movie. Writers Joseph F. Robertson and Gerald Stein definitely managed to put together a good storyline. Sure, this was archetypical early 1990s stuff and it showed in every way, but that was part of what made "Auntie Lee's Meat Pies" so fun to watch. It was as cheesy as it was fun.

"Auntie Lee's Meat Pies" is not a movie that takes itself too serious, hence the comedy aspect to it. And while the comedy is subtle, it is definitely the type of dark and twisted humor that appealed to me, so I enjoyed what the writers did with the movie.

If you haven't already seen "Auntie Lee's Meat Pies", then I suggest you do so, should you have the opportunity. I was genuinely entertained by director Joseph F. Robertson's movie.

My rating of "Auntie Lee's Meat Pies" lands on a six out of ten stars.

7 / 10

Far Too Long

The concept of Auntie Lee's Meat Pies is interesting and a cast of talented veterans like Karen Black, Pat Morita, and Michael Berryman do their best, but the script goes all over the place and a few subplots end up being entirely useless by the end of the film. A more fine tuned and straightforward script about a rock band falling prey to a group of cannibalistic temptresses would have been more interesting. Some of the visuals are colorful and the gore effects are decent, but there never seems to be a main character to pull for.

2 / 10

Just plain awful

What's sad is: Karen Black and Pat Morita can do good work. They didn't here. What's also sad is: the cannibalism food product motif had already been done ten years earlier in "Motel Hell," which was weirder and much more original. And the supposedly sultry sex scenes at the end are freakin' awful. I was young in the '90s and remember this style of cinematography, and I'm glad it was only a fad. Put simply: even if you like cheesy horror movies, don't waste your time.

4 / 10

Why, Karen?

A movie starring Karen Black as a madwoman who lures unsuspecting men to their doom with her stable of young girls and then turns them into meat pies should be a lot more fun than this movie is. It's really unfocused with a lot of padding and there are really only a few gore moments that stand out. Mostly a bore.