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Product Details

  • Actors: Amber Benson, Ezra Buzzington, Jeremiah Birkett, Aaron Gaffey, Travis Betz
  • Directors: Ward Roberts
  • Format: Multiple Formats, NTSC, Surround Sound, Widescreen
  • Language: English
  • Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Rated: Unrated
  • Studio: Breaking Glass Pictures
  • DVD Release Date: November 13, 2012
  • Run Time: 92 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 3.1 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (43 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B009D0AZIK
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #89,869 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)

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Behind-the-scenes featurette
Interviews & footage from the making of Dust Up
Dust Up comedy public service announcement
Audio commentary with Amber Benson and Ward Roberts
Sneak preview at San Diego Comic Con

SYNOPSIS

A one-eyed hero and his Native American sidekick wrestle back a town and save a damsel in distress from a lunatic meth dealer in an extremely gritty version of the new west.

Customer Reviews

Really, really bad movie.
bettypoo
Yes, some of the characters do a borderline decent job at acting, but this fell very short of my expectations.
Kyle Harley
Could have used more closeups when the emotions of the characters called for it.
Plasticanimalz

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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Carl Manes on January 31, 2013
Format: DVD
Local handyman Jack lands himself in hot water when he decides to protect a defenseless mother and her infant daughter from a desert drug lord. With the aid of his Native American ally Mo, Jack sets out to clean up the trash that has taken over his small town. DUST UP takes us on a wild ride through the desert with a likable cast of crazy characters that will have you hooked from the very beginning! It takes its roots from the same brand of exploitative action films as many of Quentin Tarantino's pictures, but without the pretentious, self-indulgent overtones. Ward Roberts brings an excitement and enthusiasm behind the camera that is reflected in each of his actors. Aaron Gaffey falls right into place as our stern, no nonsense hero Jack, kicking ass and taking names with Devin Barry by his side as the wisecracking Mo. The desert goons led by Jeremiah Birkett's whacked out drug lord, Buzz, are no less entertaining with their eccentric, off-the-wall performances. Roberts keeps the action coming at a fast pace, but after a slight lull in the second act, things pick up again in the explosive finale. Fans of exploitation classics like BONNIE'S KIDS and THRILLER: A CRUEL PICTURE, it's time to kick up some dust!

-Carl Manes
I Like Horror Movies
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5 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Club P on October 2, 2012
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The film is a wild ride throughout. Reminds me of a Tarantino or Rodriquez movie. Lots of action and laughs throughout. Highly recommend it.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Adi on July 16, 2013
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I've seen this movie because I'm a big fan of Amber Benson, at first I was like WTF, but then it turned out to be such an amazing film. I described it to my friends as Tarantino with more blood (means a lot). I loved watching it, it was fun, and I'll definitely do it again soon and often.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Michael DeKlavon on July 10, 2013
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This movie was a lot of fun. The ridiculous sort of thing that I come to expect from Drexel Box. There are points where you hear a line, and you are so taken by it that you hear yourself repeating it days later.

The acting talent is wonderful as always.

If you have seen anything by Drexel Box, then definitely see this movie. If you have not, and you like ridiculous movies that make you laugh without needless calories some other companies put in their films, watch this movie.

Then go check out Lo and The Dead Inside. These movies do not offer as much action this movie provides, but they are great in their own way.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By DMarie on May 14, 2013
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IN this genre, this is the best offering out there for many years. You simply cannot go wrong ... so grab some chips, dip, and a brew, and settle in to laugh your arse off.
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3 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Manly Stuwart on October 3, 2012
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Wow. just... wow. I really love this movie. Very funny and twisted. You really love the characters you, both the good guys and the bad guys. highly recommend if you're looking for something totally awesome.

This movie is not for young children due to violence and some gross out moments.
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It had some likeable elements...but, I really got the sense I was watching a film by a somewhat competent film student as opposed to a movie. The three main characters were pretty good and likeable. I found Jack the most likeable as the stoic bad guy who is trying to redeem himself in his new life. The guy who dressed up as an Indian was likeable and pretty funny, though, at a certain point I found the way the director portrayed him a little over the top and distracting from the film. I know the film is meant to be tongue and cheek but I don't think the director struck a very good balance between campy and serious. He just didn't quite hit it. It's like he was trying to be 'John Dies at the End' or a 'Bottle Rocket' but then was trying to be Quentin Tarrentino. It just didn't work. I can appreciate the writer/director trying to attempt a style but I just felt more like it was an imbalanced, poor rip-off.

Amber Benson played her typical character that is likeable. I felt the director could have stretched her into something else. Her character is living in the middle of nowhere in the desert, but the interior of her home is a very nicely put together artist home...but they're poor and her husband is a crack addict? Where did they get the money to have a cute interior? How does an artist type end up in the middle of the desert with a crack addict? It doesn't make sense, which pulls you out of the movie plus left me wondering, who is her character. They never bothered to explain it. The only back story or explanation they gave was for Jack and I think they could have handled the flashbacks better, which were kind of cheap looking and looked more like they were filmed in Joshua Tree than Iraq.

The camera work was mediocre.
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Dust Up! delivers raucous humor and balls-to-the-walls story-telling that studio films don’t have the kahunas to try.

The story is relatively simple:

A one-eyed former vigilante turned pacifist/desert handyman must summon his inner commando to rescue a young mother and her meth-addict husband from a cannibalistic drug lord.

It’s the execution and blend of story/character/music/violence/humor that makes this exploitation film so damn funny. Everything from the opening credit sequence to the exploding bar and the desert dance-off smacks of Tarantino on a tight budget.

This film takes characters you’ve seen before – the eye-patched warrior (a combination of Billy Jack and Kill Bill femme-assassin Elle Driver), the even-keeled, arrow slinging sidekick (Tonto of course, but played much more coolly by Devin Barry as “Mo”), and the out-of-control ultra-violent drug lord (name any memorable film where the bad guy was so awesome you loved to hate him, add some outrageous antics and you’ve got Jeremiah Birkett’s “Buzz”). Toss in an attractive damsel in distress (Buffy the Vampire Slayer’s Amber Benson) victimized by her husband’s ineptitude and an adorable wide-eyed baby (Director Ward Roberts’ daughter Bo) … and there’s a lot to like and laugh about.

Even more impressive is that Writer/Director/Producer Ward Roberts pulled this all off on a micro-budget.

A great job all around, and a fun time to be had by all who dare to venture into the off-kilter mind of Mr. Roberts. Special kudos to Aaron Gaffney (who plays the protagonist one-eyed soldier Jack) and Jeremiah Birkett (the afore-mentioned despicable villain with a maniacal laugh).
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