CREEPSHOW 2
1987, 92 min, USA, Dir: Michael Gornick

CREEPSHOW cinematographer Michael Gornick and director George A. Romero return for the sequel as director and screenwriter, respectively. As with the previous horror anthology, Stephen King stories provide the basis: “Old Chief Wood'nhead” stars George Kennedy and Dorothy Lamour In her final film role) as a couple whose business is guarded by a cigar store Indian, “The Raft” features an oil-like blob with a taste for college students and in “The Hitch-hiker,” Lois Chiles has a fatal run-in with the title character. With horror stalwart Tom Savini as The Creep.


NAKED GUN 33 1/3: THE FINAL INSULT
1994, Paramount, 83 min, Dir: Peter Segal

Dir. Peter Segal. Frank Drebin comes out of retirement for one last job, stopping terrorists who plan to bomb the Oscars. This premise allows the filmmakers to aim a barrage of showbiz parodies and in-jokes at the audience, to hilarious effect. George Kennedy returns as the ever-reliable Ed Hocken.


NAKED GUN 2½: THE SMELL OF FEAR
1991, Paramount, 85 min, Dir: David Zucker

Bumbling detective Frank Drebin (Leslie Nielsen) returns in this sequel that's every bit as funny as the hysterical original. This time he's after corrupt energy suppliers out to silence a top scientist advocating for solar power; as he fumbles his way toward victory, he gets support from old pal Ed Hocken (George Kennedy) and his ex-girlfriend Jane (Priscilla Presley).


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