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Our guys have their own grindhouse swagger music that is interrupted by a phone call from the wife (Cristina Mullins). Unable to secure a clown at the last minute, they employ a drunk homeless man (Sean Saunders), someone who is a "Bobcat" light. Raph with his "Steven Seagal looking pony tail" and Max enter a Kentucky warehouse to do one last job only to be confronted by zombie type humans under alien control.
Overall the acting was bad, although it did win awards at the Louisville Fright Night Film Fest, go figure.
At one point in an elevator Ralp calls Max "Ray" for some reason. The dialouge was humorous, but not rip roaring funny. A fun popcorn film. John Wells did win an award for this film "Best one liner" although I can't say what it was. The film had a number of good one liners.
Parental Guide: F-bombs. No sex or nudity. My local Walmart $9.96.
The best part of the film is the dialogue, really, lots of good one-liners and most of the humor is pretty snide. For the action stuff though, especially when battling the mutated alien zombie things, most of the shots are so dark that you can't really tell what you're looking at, so I found that segment to be rather a waste....and that does go on for a bit.
Anyway, this is entertaining, it's just not a film that will become a classic or change your life....and if you live in Louisville, you might even recognize some of the scenery...I didn't.
3 out of 5.
Attorney Samantha Carter (Katie Stewart) specializes in using all the legal tricks at her disposal to get some of the worst criminals in Louisville released. Of course, she is extremely well paid for this, and she in turn puts that money to good use, paying hitmen Raph (Al Snow) and Max (John Wells) to take out these criminals.
Raph and Max may be hitmen, but first they are friends and partners. Their relationship reminds one of the really good buddy-action flicks from the 80's and 90's, like the "Lethal Weapon" series. They exchange casual banter and Max, the younger single man, is a welcome member of Raph's family. Unfortunately for Raph, that family is causing him some serious problems. It's his son's birthday and Raph has to come up with an awesome present, a cake for the party... oh and a clown. Maybe if it was his day off that would be one thing, but he and Max have to take out the supplier for a drug operation.
As Raph and Max work to solve all of the birthday related problems, they also track their target to a warehouse/chemical laboratory.Read more ›
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Fun low budget zombedy. Get past the first 15 minutes and you are hookedPublished 7 months ago by Stokely
John wells is a good friend of mine and al snow is super cool guy
The movie was awesome iv watched it 7 times still not old lol and that's a un. Biased opinion
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Funniest movie I've seen in a long time. Writers deserve an Oscar, and I very much would like to see the two main characters in a sequel. Read morePublished 14 months ago by John A. Peck
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This was so fun and I'd not be surprised if it gathers a cult following. B horror, but "A" for comedy.Published 16 months ago by Sheila English
This movie was made for $2500.00 Knowing that, it is awesome!!!!!Published 17 months ago by Matt N.