The Incredible Melting Man

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Released 1977

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Director:
William Sachs
Released:
1977
Rating:
R
The Incredible Melting Man is the 1977 cult horror science fiction favorite from writer-director William Sachs (Van Nuys Boulevard, Galaxina, Spooky House, South of Hell Mountain). Astronaut Steven West (Alex Rebar) returns from a successful Saturn mission with a mysterious degenerative skin disease which causes his skin to melt at an alarmingly accelerated rate. Steven escapes from a military hospital, ventures off into the quiet sylvan countryside, and goes on a grisly murderous spree, chowing down on an obese nurse's pudgy pus, ripping a fisherman's head off, disrupting a game of hide and seek being played by three obnoxious pot-puffing stoner kids, attacking a bickering elderly couple picking lemons late at night, assaulting a young married couple (one former The Hills Have Eyes cannibal clan member Janus Blythe) in their cabin, and generally behaving like a big, nasty, butt-ugly liquefying nuisance. Hot on Steven's goopy, blood-drenched, severed limb-littered trail are true blue best buddy Dr. Ted Nelson (Burr DeBenning), rigid ramrod General Michael Perry (Myron Healey), and earnest small-town lawman Sheriff Neil Blake (Michael Aldredge).moreless
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