With Academy Award nominations a mere two weeks away, I figured it was apropos to revisit one of my favorite bits from Patton Oswalt’s 2007 album, Werewolves and Lollipops. Buried deep in his set, “Death Bed” waxes poetic about the production and plot of the 1977 horror mess, Death Bed: The Bed That Eats, written and directed by George Barry—Oswalt actually refers to the movie as “Death Bed: The Bed That Eats People,” which, really, would have been a better title.

For some reason, I’ve never scoured the YouTube universe for clips of Death Bed, but I’m fixing that right now. After the jump, listen to Oswalt’s bit and then check out scenes of a bed that enjoys some fried chicken, a slurp or two of wine, and devouring human flesh: