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Had the pleasure of meeting the filmmakers in Florida last year but never got to see the film. Finally got to see it on iTunes and now it all makes sense, haha....can definitely see the sense of humor of the filmmakers coming through on this one...
Enjoyed the film immensely, even the excessive amount of spludge/vomit/gore that is consistently throughout. Don't eat anything too filling 'cuz if you've got a weak stomach, it may come back to haunt you...
Loved the "bad guys" in the film, who started out as a group of fun guys whose fun just took a wrong turn. But that's where Peelers shines...BLue Jean (played by the incomparable Wren Walker) steps in to try and save the day and she does it without being a bitch but still remaining tough, calm and caring. Fantastic leading lady and her body is SICK. Not to be pervy here but seriously her body was amazing. Better than a twiggy model, this chick has muscles, but not over-the-top steroid kind, the beautiful, I can take care of myself kind.
My favorite part has to be the ending...can't believe you guys did that, but certainly glad you did! Talk about not holding back. Oh well, you'll have to see for yourself! Great job, guys! Thanks for the fun ride.
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