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Dear God No!


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Product Details

  • Actors: Jett Bryant, Madeline Brumby, Paul McComisky, Olivia LaCroix
  • Directors: James A Bickert
  • Format: Multiple Formats, Anamorphic, NTSC
  • Language: English
  • Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Studio: Big World Pictures
  • DVD Release Date: June 5, 2012
  • Run Time: 82 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 3.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (69 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B007XJ5DQ2
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #81,991 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)
  • Learn more about "Dear God No!" on IMDb

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Editorial Reviews

Product Description

A vicious gang of murdering and raping bikers, The Impalers, invades a home after a bloody shoot-out at a strip club. Humiliation, rape, and murder follow, but there is something in the basement and in the woods... Sasquatch! This shot on film politically incorrect exploitation throwback to the 70s is a fun grab bag of biker film, home invasion flick, Bigfoot monster movie, stag loops, and even some Nazisploitation.
SPECIAL FEATURES:
- Anamorphic Widescreen Transfer from Super 16mm Film
- Audio Commentary with Writer/Director James Bickert and composer Richard Davis
- Audio Commentary with actors Jett Bryant, Madeline Brumby and Shane Morton
- Redband Trailer
- Behind the Scenes Gag Reel
- Poster and Still Slideshow
- Zombie Parody Canadian Theatrical Promo
- Torture Porn Parody Festival Promo
- Vlog the Magnificent at The Dear God No! World Premiere
- 5 Hidden Easter Eggs

Review

While the vast majority of genre geeks seemed to be jerking each other off to Hobo with a Shotgun, cult horror fanatics were getting turned onto Dear God No!, which is still out there playing around wherever it can find an audience. Made without studio backing, or the big-mouthed noise of the Quentin Tarantino crowd and all those Austin hipsters who gobbled up Troll 2 like it was cool , Dear God No! is a biker flick that successfully employed do-it-yourself movie making techniques (while bringing in real Hollywood talents to the filmmaking team) to create a film that feels like a direct product of the 70 s. It s brimming over with exploitation value, including topless tommygun toting Nixon strippers, a blood soaked burnout on a nun s chest (try not to make a habit of that!), and even a psychotic Big Foot that ravages the Georgian woods. --Brutal As Hell

DEAR GOD NO! will have you out of your seat and cheering, I guarantee. Everything from ultimate gross out gore to Nazi science, Nixon strippers, all kinds of gnarly biker violence, deviant S&M, a hick conspiracy nut, and of course Bigfoot are the mismatched ingredients that make up this odd little movie. Not for the squeamish, and most assuredly if your girlfriend/wife/whatever is preganant not for her, but for the Bigfoot moments alone, DEAR GOD NO! is downright fantastic. --Ain't it Cool News

WINNER: Best Exploitation Film (Arizona Underground Film Festival)
--HorrorHound

Customer Reviews

The actual movie is pretty bad.
DL
Cheesy acting, editing, nudity, blood, REAL FX that were made lovingly this film has it all.
Lou Rusconi
Don't waste your time or money... it wasn't even a "B" movie.
Hellcat

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

49 of 53 people found the following review helpful By Nathan Hamilton on May 20, 2012
Format: DVD
This flick is an absolute blast. When you see a biker step over an empty PBR box to kick a dead nun into the bushes within the first two minutes, I'd say it's safe to say that you're in for a wild ride. Another reviewer accused this flick of 'bad taste." You say that like it's a bad thing. Dear God No flaunts its tasteless, violent, psychotic, bizarre excesses in the face of modern politically correct cinema. I'll try not to give anything away, but we get the repeated dead nun crotch punting, multiple decapitations, lesbian incest rape, Nazis, tampon shots, children being murdered, coke-line swastikas, and anything else you can imagine. If depraved weirdness and blood-soaked mayhem is your thing, prepare to experience cinematic nirvana. This isn't faux grindhouse filmmaking, this IS grindhouse filmmaking. Shot on film, the way the cinema gods intended. Get some buddies together, let the beer flow, and have a raucous good time watching this DVD. will you ever have more fun watching a flick? I say DEAR GOD NO! All hail the Impalers.
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21 of 23 people found the following review helpful By TexChainsaw74 on July 27, 2012
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After missing my chance see this movie at a convention for free I had no choice but to buy it. Its a bloody biker exploitation film filmed in Georgia full of boobs, booze, blood, guts, rape, guns and drugs. Add a stock '70s soundtrack and you have one hell of a film. It's like "Easy Rider" raped "Hobo With a Shotgun" then spit "Last house on The Left"(1972) in its face and they had a child that grew up to be called "Dear God, No!" I recommend it to anyone one that likes old school grind house style movies. See it!!
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21 of 24 people found the following review helpful By Doctor LongGhost on June 12, 2012
Format: DVD
A movie to bring out the kid in you!

Shot on film, Dear God No has the greasy feel of the great drive-in exploitation films of the 70s. It includes everything that made these scummy opuses so great, upping the cheap thrills ante to include more blood, more b**bs and more bizarreness than a daisy chain of Herschell Gordon Lewis, Dave Friedman and Andy Milligan could ever dream of. But Dear God No is hardly an artsy homage to 70s exploitation. It's the real thing, more extreme, more twisted, sicker, funnier and crazier than nearly anything that's ever b!tch-slapped the silver screen before. Unlike a lot of 70s grindhouse fare, though, Dear God No never has time to be boring or get stale. Long biker montage scenes are creatively shot so they never devolve into the kind of tired filler that Corman biker epics were known for. A seemingly endless scene with topless dancers in Nixon masks is still too short for my money. The characters are so sleazily charismatic that you never get tired of any of them, and deliver some of the most politically incorrect dialogue you'll ever hear. And the girls are all gorgeous, so what do you want from life? Dear God No is the farthest thing from slick modern "horror" films you'll find. It's a PBR-soaked, sweat-stained experience that makes special effects spectaculars like Saw seem like an episode of Mr. Bean. Viewing it would feel like a violation if you weren't having so much fun. So take a road trip with the Impalers! Burn down the drive-in. Drink a mat shot. And shake hands with Bigfoot. It's more fun than a Hell's Angel initiation ceremony, and ten times as bloody.
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By S. Banzhaf on August 30, 2012
Format: DVD Verified Purchase
I guess I'm a "poor victim" of the Drive-In trashy cinema days when this sort of film played a lot....gotta be the white-trash in me? In the spirit of the old Hells Angels rip-off films where every biker was this raging sadist, to the fear of "Thrill Kill" events that can take place, it covers them all and while it was entertaining -- that little sane part of me kept cringing back..... a bit.......LOL
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8 of 10 people found the following review helpful By Adam T. on October 31, 2012
Format: DVD
.....it's supposed to finish with "Yes" but some dude, whom I now hate, stole it. Have you ever wondered what would happen if Krug from Last House on the Left decided he wanted to start a biker gang, and then sieged upon the house of a now nazied up Roger Patterson? Me too. Thankfully the cast and crew of this sleaze fest thought it high time to answer this plaguing question.

Dear God No! follows Jett and his biker gang, the Impalers, on a booze-filled, mostly Pabst Blue Ribbon(something tells me that weren't exactly looking for product placement), and tampon-filled, romp accompanied with rape, murder, and excessive drug use, and more rape and murder. After a quick bit of patricide, the rapscallions seek out the whereabouts of a couple who made the mistake of crossing their path. But the gang is in for something much more than an impromtu cesarean as a creature waits patiently, well not so much patiently, this movie won't exactly be known for its slow-burning atmosphere.

This movie had me tingling like a little twihard salivating for the pasty skin of a metrosexual glittery vampire. It had it all. Nazis, dead nuns, cheesy dialogue, children being killed, (again)murder and rape, bigfoot, and topless hotties donning Richard Nixon masks. Why would a topless chick wear a Nixon mask, you ask? Why wouldn't they wear a Nixon mask? In fact, because of this movie any unfortunate woman crazy enough to end up with me will undoubtedly be exclaiming with passion the phrase "I am not a crook!". I almost forgot to mention the mother-daughter incest. Yeah! Now I got your attention! Man, if my mom was that hot I'd went dw....wait no I wouldn't. Mom, please stop reading this.
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