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Peelers (2016)

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A small town strip club owner must defend her bar, her strippers and her life when violent infected patrons show up on the final closing night and all hell breaks loose.



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Cast overview, first billed only:
Blue Jean
Madison J. Loos ...
Cameron Dent ...
Licorice / Carla
Baby / Elaine
Victoria Gomez ...
Rafael Mateo ...
David Torres ...
Andrea Rosolia ...
Emma Docker ...


A small town strip club owner named Blue Jean, must defend her bar, her strippers and her life when several patrons become increasingly violent and wreak havoc on the final closing night. Written by SB

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You may not get the happy ending you were looking for.





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What the eff...??
27 October 2016 | by (Los Angeles, CA) – See all my reviews

Is what you'll be saying during some of these scenes. And not in a bad way at all...in the laugh out loud-what did I just see-and why did I enjoy it so much? Putting all fanboy giddiness and horror love aside, this indie film is priceless. The crowd I saw it with was totally into it. It's just one of those films where you go in seeing it on your own or with a friend, not knowing for sure what to expect and then there's that moment where you're like, "Oh boy, here we go!" and suddenly everyone in the audience becomes a big group of friends at a horror fraternity and the party starts and it doesn't stop till the credits roll (and even after...hint, hint).

Anyway, it's your good ol' traditional style horror, but the director definitely makes it his own. It's unique yet familiar.

Thoroughly enjoyed this one, laughed out loud, screamed like a little girl a few times (it was the crowd's influence I swear) and cheered. See it if you can. Bring grandma! HINT ;)

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