David Hess, Marc Sheffler and Jeramie Rain kidnap and brutally attack two tenny boppers who are in town buying weed for a concert. There are plenty of cans of the New York brew Rheingold to be seen.
Ray Milland heads for the hills with his family after a nuclear bomb destroys Los Angeles. There’s a Hamm’s neon sign and a 12 ounce Budweiser can at the diner. We also spot half quart cans of ‘The King of Beers’ including a scene with Frankie Avalon (I think).
Rory Calhoun plays a twisted farmer who kidnaps travelers and buries them up to their necks to prep them for sausagification. Nancy Parsons (Beulah Balbricker from “Porky’s”) is his sister and partner in crime. Together they abbeer with well displayed cans of Olympia in several scenes.
A can of Schaefer and a severed male body part are the highlights in this tale of a girl’s revenge after a brutal gang rape.
This Stephen King horror story features bottles, cans, and a beautifully displayed six pack of Budweiser. Fred Gwynne, aka ‘Herman Munster’, and Dale Midkiff both appear with The King of Beers.
This cheesy horror flick features numerous scenes with Natural Light cans. There’s also a bottle of Budweiser and a nice lighted Bud sign.
This trilogy of horror shorts gives us James Remar, who you may remember as ‘Ajax’ from “The Warriors”, and Robert Kline with a bottle of Holsten Dry. We also get stacked alley cases of Carlsberg, Michelob and Michelob Dry.
Jamie Lee Curtis and Tom Atkins star in this supernatural John Carpenter thriller. The pair share a couple scenes involving cans of Budweiser and there’s also a background Miller High Life neon sign.
The precocious and pyrokinetic Drew Barrymore stars in this Stephen King supernatural thriller. She, David Keith and Art Carney (Norton on ‘The Honeymooners’) all appear with bottled Budweiser.
Sissy Spacek was nominated for a ‘Best Actress’ Oscar in this Stephen King story that was directed by Brian De Palma. John Travolta goes BTM (beer to mouth) with a roadie can of Pabst Blue Ribbon for the lone beer sighting in this senior prom horror.
Craig Wesson stars in this mysterious thriller that sees him with Coors cans and bottles. Unfortunately the lovely Melanie Griffith doesn’t appear with a brew.
This dark thriller gives us subtle yet quality brew sightings starting with a nicely placed Falls City coaster. At the bar scene we get a nice Jax neon and Dixie bottles and Mickey Rourke being thrown into a pile of boxes including Pabst Blue Ribbon and more Jax. Finally there’a Regal and Dixie outdoor signage towards the end of the …
Criminals George Clooney and Quentin Tarantino stumble into a vampire bar and mayhem ensues. There’s a nice mix of brew including a Bud bow tie noen, a bright green Mickey’s sign and a great Lone Star six pack. We also spot Harvey Keitel, Juliette Lewis, Tom Savini and Danny Trejo with the fake brand Cerveza Chango.
After a horrible car wreck and coma, Christopher Walken awakens with the ability to see the future in this film based on the Stephen King novel. I wonder if he saw the whole Bruce Jenner thing coming. Anyhoo, he abbeers with a couple bottles of Budweiser on the kitchen table and a bottle of Michelob with Anthony Zerbe.
In this Stephen King thriller, a rabid St. Bernard named ‘Cujo’ terrorizes a small town. Ed Lauter (“Longest Yard”) and Mills Watson (“Up in Smoke”) are spotted with cans of Olympia, Hamm’s and Budweiser before being mauled by the title character.
Dennis Quaid and Lea Thompson are the actors of note in this pathetic, three dimensional, third installment of the once proud “Jaws” franchise. Busch and Michelob bottles are plenty and we get Bud Light neon, a Bud pool table light and a Natty Light sign.
Jaime Lee Curtis stars in this classic horror film but unfortunately isn’t seen with a brew. The bubbly P.J. Soles (‘Rock n Roll High School’ & ‘Stripes’) goes BTM (beer to mouth) with a can of Budweiser before falling victim to slasher Michael Myers. Thanks to Mad Max Hanus for pointing this one out.
Claude Rains plays a scientist who finds a formula for invisibility but looses his mind in he process in this classic horror tale. Over eighty year old wonderful Bass bottles and signs are an early demonstration of beer placement in the movies.