Dear God No!
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A vicious gang of murdering and raping bikers, The Impalers, invades a home after a bloody shoot-out at a strip club. Humiliation, rape, and murder follow, but there is something in the basement and in the woods... Sasquatch! This shot on film politically incorrect exploitation throwback to the 70s is a fun grab bag of biker film, home invasion flick, Bigfoot monster movie, stag loops, and even some Nazisploitation.
- Anamorphic Widescreen Transfer from Super 16mm Film
- Audio Commentary with Writer/Director James Bickert and composer Richard Davis
- Audio Commentary with actors Jett Bryant, Madeline Brumby and Shane Morton
- Redband Trailer
- Behind the Scenes Gag Reel
- Poster and Still Slideshow
- Zombie Parody Canadian Theatrical Promo
- Torture Porn Parody Festival Promo
- Vlog the Magnificent at The Dear God No! World Premiere
- 5 Hidden Easter Eggs
While the vast majority of genre geeks seemed to be jerking each other off to Hobo with a Shotgun, cult horror fanatics were getting turned onto Dear God No!, which is still out there playing around wherever it can find an audience. Made without studio backing, or the big-mouthed noise of the Quentin Tarantino crowd and all those Austin hipsters who gobbled up Troll 2 like it was cool , Dear God No! is a biker flick that successfully employed do-it-yourself movie making techniques (while bringing in real Hollywood talents to the filmmaking team) to create a film that feels like a direct product of the 70 s. It s brimming over with exploitation value, including topless tommygun toting Nixon strippers, a blood soaked burnout on a nun s chest (try not to make a habit of that!), and even a psychotic Big Foot that ravages the Georgian woods. --Brutal As Hell
DEAR GOD NO! will have you out of your seat and cheering, I guarantee. Everything from ultimate gross out gore to Nazi science, Nixon strippers, all kinds of gnarly biker violence, deviant S&M, a hick conspiracy nut, and of course Bigfoot are the mismatched ingredients that make up this odd little movie. Not for the squeamish, and most assuredly if your girlfriend/wife/whatever is preganant not for her, but for the Bigfoot moments alone, DEAR GOD NO! is downright fantastic. --Ain't it Cool News
WINNER: Best Exploitation Film (Arizona Underground Film Festival)
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Story = 3 to 0 Starts out grossly funny, but falls sharply after 30 minutes (give or take).
Acting = 1 to 2 The acting is pretty bad intentionally or not with zero standouts.
Direction = 3 Director is no target for the first part of the movie, but looses focus soon after.
Fear/Creep Factor = 3 Has some good cheesy creepiness to it.
Gore = 3.6 Numerous silly and cheesy gore effects.
Sex/Nudity = Plenty/ Plenty of topless scenes too.
Foul Language = Everything under the sun and then some.
Entertainment Value = 2 The laughs and funny scenes kept gettingt farther and farther apart as the movie progressed.
The nudity in here is gratuitous as well - at times it even goes overboard (I didn't think that was possible!) But there are one or two scenes of topless dancers that literally last an entire song (3-4 minutes). I was happily viewing at first but I found that it was like a giant intermission and eventually found myself wanting to get back to the movie, especially during the second scene. A side note on the songs though is that they were actually pretty good for a low budget film. I forget who did all the music but it was not bad at all.
At the end of the day, I don't regret renting this movie at all. It was a decent way to pass 90 minutes or so. But I am glad that I didn't buy it as I doubt it will get any future viewings out of me. It is along the same vein as many of the TROMA exploitation films but it lacks the humor and overall cheesy attraction. I see this compared to "Father's Day" a lot and while it is not a horrible comparison, "Father's Day" is far superior in my opinion.
One reviewer said that Christians would be offended by this movie. I think most people would be offended by this movie! This movie is only for people who like movies that most people would be offended by.
As a consequence of this movie being humorous in nature, the deaths at the hands of the bikers are over quick, for the most part. Most of the blood was due to gunshot wounds (and a few beheadings), which there were plenty of, and all nicely squibbed.