Attack of the Killer Tomatoes is a 1978 comedy film directed by John De Bello and starring David Miller. The film is a spoof of B-movies. Made on a budget of less than USD $100,000, the story involves tomatoes becoming sentient by unknown means and revolting against humanity.
A chemical accident turns ordinary donuts into blood thirsty killers. Now it's up to Johnny, Michelle and Howard to save their sleepy town from...Killer Donuts.
After chomping through the fish population, thousands of starved lampreys begin attacking the citizens of a sleepy lake town, and the community scrambles to stay alive.
The new drug Kimanga is everywhere in the city. And the apocalypse is near. The first sign is a plush pig. But two guys are going to clear the city out and stop the apocalypse.
In the near future, Bangladesh is terrorized by killer mutant chickens. A team of kung-fu fighting chefs must battle in order to keep chicken on their menu. But one chicken sets its sights on revenge. It's time for the ultimate poultry showdown.
A group of teenagers get drunk and abuse a hapless refrigerator. The machine then goes on a killing rampage, eating the ones who beat him up.
Can a small town in the middle of the swamp possibly combat the unrelenting rage of the Cockface Killer? Only Larry Parks, local hero, dares to face the challenge. Along with a small band of freaks, misfits, and potheads, Larry launches a vigilante manhunt to rid his town of this unspeakable evil.
Killer Sharks is a recreation of the world-famous attacks along the coast of Durban, South Africa, during the summer of 1957/1958. Called "Black December," these attacks partly inspired Peter Benchley's Jaws.
Crazy old Professor Gangreen has developed a way to make tomatoes look human for a second invasion.
Attack of the Killer Tomatoes is an animated television series based on the movies Attack of the Killer Tomatoes and Return of the Killer Tomatoes. It aired on Fox Kids from September 8, 1990 to November 23, 1991. Repeats continued to air until September 5, 1992. Three or four years later, repeats were aired on Fox from April 20, 1996 to August 31, 1996. It was also shown on October 26, 1996. In addition, repeats were aired on Fox Family from 1998 to 2000.