The Silence of the Hams (1994) – Critics Consensus 0%

The Silence of the — Hams? Yes, everyone read that correctly. This 1994 Italian-American satire starred Italian comedian Ezio Greggio taking on a parody of American horror films. The cast had some pretty famous names attached to it, including Mel Brooks and Billy Zane.

What was so bad, in the end?

The film shows Billy Zane the detective tracking a serial killer responsible for 120 murders. Antics at a strange hotel filled with people in disguises take up much of the movie, which sounds like it could have been amusing.

Sadly, Rotten Tomato critics scored the entire thing at 0%, explaining it was “just painful beyond words.”

Ouch, no redeeming elements at all! Did you agree?

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The Silence of the Hams (1994) – Critics Consensus 0%

The Silence of the — Hams? Yes, everyone read that correctly. This 1994 Italian-American satire starred Italian comedian Ezio Greggio taking on a parody of American horror films. The cast had some pretty famous names attached to it, including Mel Brooks and Billy Zane.

What was so bad, in the end?

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Cabin Fever Entertainment

The film shows Billy Zane the detective tracking a serial killer responsible for 120 murders. Antics at a strange hotel filled with people in disguises take up much of the movie, which sounds like it could have been amusing.

Sadly, Rotten Tomato critics scored the entire thing at 0%, explaining it was “just painful beyond words.”

Ouch, no redeeming elements at all! Did you agree?

The Silence of the Hams (1994) – Critics Consensus 0%

The Silence of the — Hams? Yes, everyone read that correctly. This 1994 Italian-American satire starred Italian comedian Ezio Greggio taking on a parody of American horror films. The cast had some pretty famous names attached to it, including Mel Brooks and Billy Zane.

What was so bad, in the end?

Cabin Fever Entertainment

The film shows Billy Zane the detective tracking a serial killer responsible for 120 murders. Antics at a strange hotel filled with people in disguises take up much of the movie, which sounds like it could have been amusing.

Sadly, Rotten Tomato critics scored the entire thing at 0%, explaining it was “just painful beyond words.”

Ouch, no redeeming elements at all! Did you agree?