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Mulva: Zombie Ass Kicker! & Filthy McNasty (Double Feature)


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  • Actors: Dave Autovino, Casey Bowker, Tim Ekkebus, John Karyus, Ali Kat
  • Format: Full Screen, NTSC
  • Language: English
  • Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.33:1
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Rated: Unrated
  • Studio: Tempe DVD
  • DVD Release Date: July 22, 2003
  • Run Time: 105 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 2.9 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (28 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B00009L544
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #381,163 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)
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Mr. Bonejack. Mulva. Demon Phil. Lady McPouchsweat. These are the characters that inhabit the twisted mind of writer/director Chris Seaver. Mulva: Zombie Ass Kicker follows the misadventures of a chocolate-addicted young girl celebrating Halloween with abizarre assortment of characters including the aforementioned Bonejack - a cross between Bill Cosby and Don King who saves the day by helping kick some zombie backside! Filthy McNasty is the outlandish tale of two nerdy chicks whose greatest wish comes true when a horny demon named Phil turns them into sexy sirens. But there's a price to pay for granting their wish . . . a price that's paid in blood (and other unmentionable bodily fluids)! Featuring Troma founder Lloyd Kaufman, B-movie diva Debbie Rochon, and many others! Full Uncut Versions of Both Movies, Mulva and Filthy Introduction, Mulva and Filthy Audio Commentary Tracks, Full color Insert with Introduction by Actress Debbie Rochon

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Mr. Bonejack. Mulva. Demon Phil. Lady McPouchsweat. These are the characters that inhabit the twisted mind of writer/director Chris Seaver. Mulva: Zombie Ass Kicker follows the misadventures of a chocolate-addicted young girl celebrating Halloween with abizarre assortment of characters including the aforementioned Bonejack - a cross between Bill Cosby and Don King who saves the day by helping kick some zombie backside! Filthy McNasty is the outlandish tale of two nerdy chicks whose greatest wish comes true when a horny demon named Phil turns them into sexy sirens. But there's a price to pay for granting their wish . . . a price that's paid in blood (and other unmentionable bodily fluids)! Featuring Troma founder Lloyd Kaufman, B-movie diva Debbie Rochon, and many others!

Customer Reviews

A low-budget film made by film geeks.
Morrigan Alexandros
This isn't even a movie, just some stupid zeros with too much money and not enough sense to make a bad "F" movie.
L. A. Marek
This should be an inspiration for future film makers.
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In one word: Weird. That is what this movie is...just pain weird. The main character/heroine, Mulva, is a geekly asexual girl who wants to enjoy Halloween with her friend Cassie. But, zombies start eating people. I will say that the scariest part of the movie was when Mulva mixed cherry-flavored cereal with chocolate mints, tons of sugar sugar, soda and chocolate syrup. Truly disgusting. The film has poor acting, bad special effects and poor editing; you can hear the director saying "go". There are plenty of movie references and a lot of weird characters that have no reason for being. The movie is NOT THAT bad. It has pretty decent makeup effects for the zombies and people's guts. At least a million times better than Zombie Nation! This movie is definately better than zombie planet. So, watch it for what it is. A low-budget film made by film geeks. The film is not for minors as pletty of expletives, sexual references and gore are present.

I would not buy this film though. This is what you would get when there is nothing else available. A rental.
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13 of 20 people found the following review helpful By Jose Angeles on September 18, 2005
I can't believe something this crappy could be bought and distributed. I was expecting low budget but not no-budget. The movies are literally a bunch of idiots playing "make-believe" with whatever is laying on the floor to kill time EXACTLY the same way pre-schoolers play doctor with their imagination when it's playtime. Seriously, I felt like I stumbled upon somebody's embarassing home videos. It's like they bought a new cheap camcorder and tested it out by filming people acting goofy and annoying. Just point the camera, press record, get people to act stupid for a poorly-written story with pathetic hack lines muttered, and presto, a so-called movie for sale on amazon and in Best Buy is made. Is it really that easy to sell worthless movies through big retailers? People should be careful when they call something the "worst movie ever" because they obvioulsy have not seen this garbage. I'm telling you, these are the worst movies ever and you will regret losing a single cent or second to actually watch them. Never in my life have I felt like writing a very serious cautionary review. Were these people even trying to make a movie? Literally, anyone could do this, there was not a shred of skill used in any moment. Probably a blind guy with down syndrome could do a better job.
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5 of 8 people found the following review helpful By S. M. Robare on August 23, 2004
First and foremost, for those who are expecting anything ...[pause], well just don't.

There are two types of people who get into the business of making movies, those who do it to get rich and famous and those who do it because they want to no matter what, for the fun of making movies. Doing it for the "Art" by the way, is not only pretentious, but also stupid since art is a subjective term that anyone can apply to anything, I mean look at the Dadaists.

Anyway, the point is the best films are those made by people without dollar signs gleaming in their eyes, those who take risks, self produce, and make films with or without large audiences, because they love making films. Seaver defines this category. Influenced by those who started out just like him, Peter Jackson, Sam Raimi, Lloyd Kaufman, Tobe Hooper, Chris is making pictures to entertain, to experiment, and to give back to the community he's gotten so much enjoyment from. He's not claiming the kind of quality that most expect from films, but he is giving them the type of quality that people tend to overlook, honesty and effort. For all those who would dismiss this double feature as crap or a waste of time or money, have probably never even tried to make a film themselves.

As for the films on this disc, well they are great when you watch them with no expectations, a little research and knowledge of how they were made, and the ability to not take all film-making so seriously. Here's some free research: Mulva, made for a budget of about $2,000 and stars a fan of LBP previous productions. It was Seaver's first film shot on Digital Video, the previous films were shot on VHS I think, and has cameo appearances by Troma regulars, Trent Haaga, Debbie Rochon, and Lloyd Kaufman himself.
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3 of 5 people found the following review helpful By B-Movie Nightmares on January 21, 2004
It seems like everyone who reviewed this DVD before me either loved it or hated it. I fall somewhere in between the two extremes. The worst thing about it is the misleading cover. The attractive model pictured on the cover is not Mulva, and she does not appear in either one of the two movies. Mulva is actually a short, bespectacled, homely girl with chocolate smeared all over her mouth.
When I first started watching the movie I turned it off within minutes. I couldn't handle the ultra-cheap, shot-on-a-home-video camera look of it all. (I was later shocked to find out it was shot digitally.) A couple days later, some friends and I watched the whole movie. I remember commenting several times that it was the worst movie I had ever seen. Other than a few cheap laughs, it seemed that Mulva had nothing to offer.
Within a few days my friends and I were imitating the characters' voices, mainly Mulva and Mr. Bonejack. To date I have watched the movie five times and enjoy it more with each viewing. Those who are expecting good splatter FX should skip it, though. It was shot for $2000 so the makeup is pretty bad. The appeal of the movie lies in its energy, mainly in the ridiculously overwritten dialogue and the exaggerated acting (or nonacting) of the people involved. It's obvious watching it that everyone had a good time making the film.
Filthy McNasty was marginally better made, so I actually liked it less. It had funny moments, but wasn't as overwhelmingly cheesy as Mulva. A word of advice: a few drinks will make these movies a lot more tolerable. I recommend this DVD to anyone who can appreciate campy humor and really, really low production values.
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