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Destruction Kings 2006

Mr. Bonejack and Teen Ape reunite for one final apocalyptic showdown with the ultimate creatures of the night - Dracula, Funkenstein and The Wolfman!

Starring:
Chris Seaver, TeenApe
Runtime:
1 hour, 11 minutes

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Format: DVD
This is a terrible film. It starts out with a man in drag telling two other men, one with a rubber ape mask and another with Don King's hairdo that they need to keep a low profile. This is another Tempe crapper. If you have seen any of the "Bad Movie Police" you will recognize one of the buxom cops who is critical of theses movies, actually stars in this one.

A team of geeks go after monsters who want to take over the world by creating an army of followers one at a time, starting in strip joints. Frankenstein has a British accent and later sounds like Arnold. Plenty of cheap laughs and crude humor.

F-bomb, simulated oral sex, no nudity, sex talk.
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First off, let me just say this. If you have NO sense of humor and think Dirty Dancing is the greatest film of all time....DON'T BUY THIS DVD!

But, if you're like me and love horror and outrageously raw comedy, you MUST buy this movie.

When Mr. Bonejack and Teenape are forced to take rookie P.I.A. agent Brandy along with them on their latest case, the nyucks soon ensue. First off, the missing strippers are actually being abducted by the Wolfman. And thanks to a rather informative sign in the Wolfman's lair, they quickly find out that he's in cahoots with none other than Funkenstein, and Dracula himself!

Help soon arrives in the form of three very young and overly eager PIA fanatics. Having discovered the uber-secret, legendary location of the PIA, the three teens walk right in the back door and vow to help our heroes save the day.
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I love me some Teen Ape, but this is one of the worst of them. Boring as hell because Chris Seaver doesnt know how to write a story. He is good at copying stories from other movies but thats about it. He writes great lines for Teen Ape but not in this movie. Dont waste your money on this one. Even a dollar is too much for this piece of crap.
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If you're sick of movies that spend millions on achieving a sense of realism but still come out riddled with flaws that become the focal points of your attention this might be a refreshing antidote.

Visually Chris Seaver's films have very low ambitions but the equal lack of regard for realism inspires a constant stream of creative unexpected moments.
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Yes it's cheap. Yes it's vulgar. I enjoy the Mr. Bonejack character. These films are like a series. The characters evolve over time. I liked it. I try to watch all of Seivers films. Some ain't so good. But we all have different tastes.
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