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You know when your girlfriend's OD'd on stolen drugs and you decide to avoid the police by burying her body yourself, but you're interrupted by a cult of Satan worshippers intent on performing a ritual sacrifice? And just when you think it can't get any worse, the dealer of the stolen drugs shows up to claim the money you owe but don t have so you flee and must rely on the help of an army of mini medieval knights for protection while you plan a burglary to get the money to pay off the dealer who wants to kill you? Well, this is a story about one of those nights... only weirder.

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  • Actors: Taryn Manning, Maggie Castle, Dax Ravina, Raoul Bhaneja, Jordan Prentice
  • Directors: Allan Moyle
  • Format: Multiple Formats, Closed-captioned, Color, Dolby, NTSC, Subtitled, Widescreen
  • Language: English
  • Subtitles: Spanish
  • Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 2.35:1
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Rated: R (Restricted)
  • Studio: Magnolia Home Entertainment
  • DVD Release Date: February 5, 2008
  • Run Time: 100 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 3.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (18 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B000OU0826
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #35,923 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)
  • Learn more about "Weirdsville" on IMDb

Customer Reviews

Favorite movie I've seen this year!
Corona
And there's a gang of little people running around who do medieval reenactments.
Jose Jones
There just doesn't seem to be much up or down in it all.
Eric Sanberg

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14 of 15 people found the following review helpful By Madelyn Pryor VINE VOICE on February 5, 2008
Format: DVD
If you're looking for the next great independent movie that will make you think and change the way you look at the world... keep looking. But if you want to laugh yourself silly while scratching your head at the insanity at the same time, then this is the movie for you. Weirdsville is by the Director of Empire RecordsEmpire Records (Remix! Special Fan Edition), Allan Moyle and it has Scott Speedman as one of the stars (Michael from UnderworldUnderworld (Widescreen Special Edition)). It is about a few druggy friends who owe a local dealer way too much money, and they have no way to pay him back. While they're trying to figure out how to stay alive, one of them over doses and dies. The guys decide to bury her body and are discovered by Satanists... this leads to a high speed chase, an armed robbery, a group of little people who are into Medieval Recreation Battles and kicking Mooney butt and all other kinds of insanity.

Allan Moyle has managed to again deliver a great movie about little to nothing (like Empire Records) that leaves you feeling entertained. The sequences that are interspersed throughout the film that show events from the characters point of view that have just used drugs are nothing short of brilliant. The visuals are amazing. This movie does not really glamorize drug use but shows how twisted it really is. However, they juxtapose this view against the greater picture of how twisted the world at large is.

If you liked Gramma's Boy, Empire Records, Clerks, or if you just want a good laugh then grab this movie and enjoy.

Highly Recommended.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Music Lover in Omaha on October 9, 2008
Format: DVD
Actually, I wasn't going to review this film for a couple reasons. One was that it was pretty obscure and the other was that I really had a hard time deciding if I really liked it or not, but then I realized that this blonde in WEIRDSVILLE was Taryn Manning, who was also in two films that I blasted here at AMAZON.COM. Well, fair is fair and I am forgiving of THE CULT and THE BREED. While Taryn isn't the main reason I liked this film, I did think she did a good job, even though she spent a good part of the movie as a corpse. The heroes of this movie were Wes Bentley and Scott Speedman. They were in trouble with a loan shark but also had the problem of disposing of the aforementioned corpse and these two brilliant fellas decide to bury her at a drive in theater. For a couple losers already near the bottom, things go downhill pretty fast but in a glorious ending, things all work out. I thought they did okay, but in my opinion, the film was stolen by Maggie Castle, the girl in the Satanist cult and by Greg Bryk, who was terrific as the leader of the satan worshipers. I don't think I've ever seen a less menacing group of devil worshipers in a movie, but at least his prayers were answered in the end. I guess. I give this one 3 stars. My expectations weren't too high for WEIRDSVILLE and it was pretty much what I expected. Funny for the most part but not just downright hilarious. My advice here is give this one a chance, maybe rent it and you might want to buy it. Shoot, you might even become a Taryn Manning fan, but if you do avoid THE CULT and THE BREED. now I'm going to watch banshee staring (who else) Taryn Manning.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By THE MOVIE GUY on May 30, 2011
Format: DVD
The movie starts out letting us know 2 guys are going to break into a home, then it goes into a flashback to one week earlier. These two men, Dexter and Royce (Scott Speedman, Wes Bentley) owe $1700 to a drug dealer (Raoul Bhaneja), but can't pay. Rather than getting their thumbs broken, they agree to sell drugs for him. Bently's girlfriend is also a $50 escort, but not a hooker. She has an idea. She knows a rich guy who is sick and out of town. His house will be empty for a week, and she knows the combination to his safe. They simply go in and take the money and pay off the drug dealer.

Bam! Next scene, the girl (Taryn Manning) is on the floor dead. She OD by taking all the dope the guys were supposed to sell. At this point I am hooked on the movie. Kudos. Now I am wondering why her picture is on the cover? Is this another Steven Seagal in "Executive Decision?" They opt to bury the dead hooker in the basement of a building (drive-in movie) they were formally employed. While they are digging a hole in the dirt basement floor, a group of Satanists, including their former employer(Matt Frewer), is performing a human sacrifice upstairs. Time to hit the pause button, take another hit, and think about what is happening and where this is going.

Okay after a few mispronounced "ave satanas" chants, some spilled blood and our dead hooker is alive and in a quick cat fight with a girl (Maggie Castle) in a plaid "school girl" skirt.

Not being the brightest bulbs in the pack they opt to rob the deserted house only to find it is not only deserted, but they forgot to bring the paper with the combination on it. At one point our duo is held captive by a midget mall cop (Jordan Prentice who was Howard T. Duck). I think you get the idea. Cult movie.

MF, F-bomb, adult themes, a little bit of drug use (just every other scene), no nudity, Canadian.
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Format: DVD
This is a dark farce that doesn't amount to much more than a one trick pony.

Here's the scoop. Scott Speedman and Wes Bentley play Dexter and Royce, a couple of junkies who are trying to bury their friend Matilda's (Taryn Manning) body because they think she's overdosed. During the near burial they witness the ritual killing of a guy by the hands of a Satanist cult. Add to that the fact they are into a local thug for $8,000.00 with the clock ticking fast and you're off to the races.

As I mentioned, this is a farce. The various factions need to get things done quickly. The cultists need to off the stoners. The stoners need to crack a safe for the money to get the thug off their case. They run all over Ontario and sometimes there are near misses, while other times they connect with dizzying results. Other characters, who are only peripherally involved, enter the fray at various levels with ....weird results. This starts out as a lot of fun. Speedman and Bentley play well off each other. Most of the other characters are written well, but it starts to get tired after awhile. Royce's utter stupidity and constant misquotes turn from funny to bothersome about half way through things. The fact that Dexter doesn't haul off and whack him is curious further still. And when the "little people's" Medieval Reenactment Troupe enters the picture, all bets are off.

I enjoyed this enough. The acting, directing, music etc. are all decent. And I liked the characters. There just doesn't seem to be much up or down in it all. It's a series of set pieces where the dynamic is nearly flat. And the end. Unless I read this wrong, it seemed to be saying it's better to go through life as a drug addict. Didn't get that. This is a decent, likable movie. Just don't expect much out of it.
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