AS HEARD ON THE HOWARD STERN SHOW! Long before Bart Simpson started harassing
Moe the Bartender, a nameless phone prankster in New Jersey was badgering the
owner of the Tube Bar and making a tape of every word that was said. The tapes
were passed from person to person, copied and re-copied and eventually made it
into the hands of Chris Gore, editor of Film Threat. This now legendary comedy
stars tough guy Lawrence Tierney (from Quentin Tarantinos Reservoir Dogs) as
Red, a beleaguered booze jockey at the Tube Bar. Tortured beyond human endurance
by such telephonic classics as Is Stu there? Stu Pip? and Is Al there?
Last name Koholic? Reds foul caller quickly falls prey to fantasies
involving shotguns, baseball bats and severe bodily injury.
- NTSC Region 1
- Directors Introduction
- Two Filmmaker Commentary
- Alternate Scenes
- Bonus Short Film Ouch
- The Cult of Red.
- Directed by Chris Gore of Film Threat.
30min/300+ min. bonus extras
really, really funny! – Howard Stern