Brainsmasher... A Love Story

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Brainsmasher... A Love Story
Directed by Albert Pyun
Produced by Tom Karnowski
Written by Albert Pyun
Starring Andrew Dice Clay
Teri Hatcher
Yuji Okumoto
Dee Booher
Deborah Van Valkenburgh
Music by Kevin Benson
Cinematography George Mooradian
Distributed by Trimark Pictures
Release dates November 17, 1993
Running time 88 min
Language English
Budget unknown

Brainsmasher... A Love Story is a 1993 American romantic comedy film written and directed by Albert Pyun. It stars Andrew Dice Clay as Ed "Brainsmasher" Molloy and Teri Hatcher as Samantha Crain.[1]


Ed Malloy, a tough bouncer from Portland, Oregon, is dragged into a twisted web of lies, magic and kung fu by Sam Crain.

Soundtrack listed in order as released in film[edit]

  1. "(Heaven Help This Child)" (Madelynn Von Ritz)
  2. "(Curtain of Lights)" (Anthony Riparetti) - (James Saad) - (Steve LeGassick)
  3. "(How Could You Let Me Go)" )Madelynn Von Ritz)
  4. "(Home Is Where The Heart Is)" (Forbidden Pigs)
  5. "(I Don't Belong)" (Shane Ferris and Living Blue)
  6. "(Dying In My Sleep)" (Rigor Mortis)
  7. "(Devil In The Night)" Forbidden Pigs)
  8. "(I'm A Fool)" Forbidden Pigs)
  9. "(You Are The One)" (Madelynn Von Ritz)
  10. "(Two Days With You)" (Madelynn Von Ritz)
  11. "(Are You Going Back There Tonight)" (Forbidden Pigs)


The movie was released directly to videocassette in 1993 by Vidmark Entertainment. The movie has never been released in the United States on DVD and as of January 4, 2010, Lions Gate has yet to announce any plans for a DVD release. It is available on DVD in the United Kingdom, in 2012 it became available for instant streaming on Netflix.


  1. ^ "Review: ‘Brain Smasher… – A Love Story’". Variety. December 31, 1992. Retrieved 23 March 2014. 

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