Dahmer vs. Gacy
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A secret government lab run by Dr. Hess (Art LaFleur) has been trying to create the ultimate killer using the DNA of infamous killers Jeffrey Dahmer (Ford Austin) and John Wayne Gacy (Randal Malone), but there's one big problem: they've escaped! Bloody mayhem stretches across the United States as they go on the ultimate killing spree. Trying to stop the maniacal madness is Ringo (Ford Austin), a hick warrior being trained by God (Harland Williams), using only a shotgun and a bottle of whiskey. In his road trip to hell, he must first fight off his own demons, not to mention an army of Japanese ninjas and a Super-serial killer (Ethan Phillips)! It all leads up to the ultimate showdown!
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But wow! In an age where anyone with a digital camera can make a movie this B-fest reminds me of the early John Waters or Peter Jackson. When you actually borrowed money for film to FILM a movie! I love low-budget B-movies, or I can... if the creators put their hearts into it. (Like "Necropolis Awakened", where the creators played all the parts and did all of the camera-work!) Ford Austin just took this idea and went whole-hog with it, unabashed that the concept was both off-beat and offensive! If he'd tried to hold back or be pc, or 100% scientifically logical, he'd have fallen flat. Thank Zod he didn't! I laughed in the good way. The actors were great, Ford playing a duel role. Randal Malone's John Wayne Gacy came off as Divine's Babs Johnson re-incarnated and that's a GOOD thing! "That Guy" Art LaFleur is in it! Harland Williams is God! Bonnie Aarons has a new fan club member in me. Argh, I almost forgot to mention Ethan Phillips (from ST:Voyager)!
I have never been this taken-in by a film since my first Waters days. It was too good to last, I half-expected it to fall apart at any time as I've been disappointed before. The dialogue kept coming faster and heavier and I expected the actors to get trapped under the weight of it all but Ford and Randall and Bonnie were at the top of their game, very impressive. Again for a low-budget films without all of the re-takes and dubbing and tricks to make things look flawless. Not once did I cringe when an actor opened their mouths. Great music, clever editing and a bit of fast-motion and even black & white tinting were superbly done.
I put this up there with "Pink Flamingos", "Bad Taste", "Evil Dead" and the like, and I will follow Ford Austin's career wherever it leads him. Hey, I love mainstream, I sing along with "The Sound of Music" and got teary-eyed at "Titanic" and I have the extended LOTR trilogies. I'm "normal". ;) I recommend this to my fellow film-fans with an open mind to a maverick film-maker with balls.
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and as you know, that combination can produce awesome movies - like this one.
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