Meet the Feebles, a 1989 movie directed by Peter Jackson, is basically The Muppets on crack and lots of hard liquor. It's a movie set in a world where everyone (with one exception, the contortionist Abi) is some sort of animal, anthropomorphized to varying degrees, and of different sizes, from the size of a small fish to a giant sea creature. The smaller characters are portrayed by puppets, but the larger characters are portrayed by people in costumes.The story revolves around a show within a show, the Fabulous Feebles Variety Hour. The movie starts 12 hours before the show is planned to go live, but the actors in the show all have problems of their own. For example, Heidi wonders if Bletch is cheating on her, Bletch needs to get a drug deal through, Harry thinks he has "The Big One" (Initially seems like AIDS, later stated to be myxomatosis, though whatever disease it is, it leaves him with an estimated 10 hours to live), Robert needs to get the girl of his dreams, Lucille, Sid needs to train a new batch of creatures after his old batch is run over by a barrel and deal with a paternity suit, Wynyard needs to get his Heroin fix, which he got addicted to in Vietnam, Trevor needs to find new people for the porn movie he's been filming, and Abi literally needs to get his head out of his ass.And the only problem Kermit had was with being green...It eventually ends in a surprise ending, but in the trailer, it said "Please, don't tell your friends how it all comes out in the end", despite the fact that the preview already shows the surprise ending, and all the viewer needs to do is connect the dots. (Plus, the cover hints at the surprise ending and the cover of the soundtrack album is an actual screencap of the ending.)WARNING: Once you have met the Feebles, you will never be able to watch The Muppet Show the same way again.
All Part of the Show: When a drugged-up Wynyard accidentally kills himself with a knife during his knife-throwing stunt, the audience thinks it's just part of the show. Still, they run out screaming when Heidi bursts through the curtains on a swing with a machine gun.
Depraved Homosexual: Sebastian doesn't do anything actually evil, but he's a Jerk Ass towards the cast (though this is probably just because he's a director) and he must have known full well that a family variety show wasn't an appropriate place for that particular song.
Face-Heel Turn: Heidi temporarily turns into a killing monster after suffering a Heroic BSOD. She attempts to kill everybody in the movie, whether they deserved to die or not. While she kills several cast members who arguably did deserve death, she also murders several characters who are as far as we know, innocent. She eventually comes to her senses during the end of her killing spree.
Fan Disservice: The sex scenes would still be thrashy and unappealing even if they weren't shot with puppets.
Fat Bastard: Bletch; pretty much a given since he's a crooked walrus. Sid the elephant subverts it by running to the rescue of his infant child at the cost of his kneecaps.
Hope Spot: Twice. Once, when Harry learns the doctor made a mistake, he is happy to be alive, only to get gunned down by Heidi moments later. Second, it looks like Heidi might stop massacring people when she sees Seymour being dragged away by Sandy, only to shoot Sandy's head off and leave Seymour splattered with his mother's blood.
Karma Houdini: Sebastian, (especially since a lot of much less Jerkassy characters get slaughtered in the finale). However Sebastian is seen in an eyepatch which implies he lost an eye while trying to escape the rampage.
Ironically after Sebastian performed "that song", Bletch orders Trevor to "eliminate the fudgepacker" but Heidi's rampage managed to prevent this. Also Sebastian "enjoys the act of sodomy" but claims God doesn't like the very act yet manages to survive the rampage.
Kill 'em All: The climax, courtesy of Heidi. There are some survivors, though.
Knife Nut: Wynyard has a knife-throwing act, but has a terrible case of the shakes. The result is just as bad as you think.
Paparazzi: The reporter fly that is constantly harassing Harry because of his disease.
Parallel Porn Titles: Although there are porn titles mentioned, none of them spoof actual movie titles. There is a genuine example, although not with a movie title: Bletch hopes to win the "Hooker Prize", a takeoff on the Booker Prize.
Patchwork Kids: Sidney and Sandy's baby, Seymour, has an elephant's head and a chicken's body. When Arthur sees Seymour for the first time, he comments to Sidney that "it's got [Sidney's] eyes".
Ridiculously Cute Critter: Subverted to hell and back. Aside from Robert, Lucille, Arthur and — arguably — Seymour, nearly all the animals in this movie are or eventually become ugly, disease ridden, rotten or just generally unpleasant.