- Rated: Not Rated
- Run Time: 3 hours, 6 minutes
- Video: Color
- Released: September 16, 2003
- Originally Released: 1971
- Label: Image Entertainment
- Encoding: Region 1 (USA & Canada)
- Packaging: Keep Case
- Aspect Ratio: Full Frame - 1.33
- Dolby Digital Mono - English
- Additional Release Material:
- Audio Commentary: Daniel Krogh
- Trailers: Original Trailers - THIS STUFF'LL KILL YA + 7 more
- THE OLD GRAY GOOSE IS DEAD
- NAKED MOONSHINE
- Production Art: H.G. Lewis Exploitation Art
Performers, Cast and Crew:
Double-feature from the weird and wonderful people at Something Weird Video, including:
THIS STUFF'LL KILL YA - Two FBI agents threaten a fake preacher who uses his church as a front for making liquor. A series of murders suddenly occurs, with stonings and sacrifices amongst the ghastly goings on!
THE YEAR OF THE YAHOO - An unlikely choice for Senate candidate is a C&W crooner, Hank Jackson. Accused of selling out by his girlfriend, Hank's backers attack her, and all kinds of mayhem breaks out!
Description by Image Entertainment:
From the Director of Two Thousand Maniacs and Blood Feast! Color me blood redneck! Hootin', hollerin' and altogether bogus preacher Roscoe (Jeffrey Allen) runs a liquor-makin' church that worships White Lightnin'. But when two Federal Agents threaten to bust up Boone's business, a series of gruesome murders occurs; one young lady gets stoned to death, and two sexy tourists wind up crucified! It all comes to a head-splattering climax in this twisted mix of horror and hillbillies from cult director Herschell Gordon Lewis (The Wizard of Gore), featuring Larry Drake (Darkman, "L.A. Law") and the final screen appearance of Hollywood veteran Tim Holt (Treasure of the Sierra Madre). Plus, politics go corn pone when three "Technical Advisors" choose country-western crooner Hank Jackson (singer Claude King) as their Senate candidate. What follows during this Year of the Yahoo is a campaign of clever commercials and scripted "spontaneity" but utterly no substance. But when Hank's girlfriend accurately accuses him of selling out, his backers shut her up by having her attacked... Once feared lost, this rarity is smart, cynical, music-filled exploitation and one of the Lewis' best!