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Deaner and Terry are back in this hilarious new sequel, on Blu-ray and DVD April 19th
One of the funniest Canadian movies of last year is finally making its way to the States, as Fubar: Balls to the Wall gets released on Blu-ray and DVD this Tuesday, April 19th. Following the further adventures of Terry (David Lawrence) and Deaner (Paul Spence), two head bangers who managed to get jobs and finally pay their own rent, director Michael Dowse (Take Me Home Tonight) has crafted a superb follow-up to the 2002 cult hit Fubar that will actually make you care deeply about these two wayward, lovable dipshits.
We recently caught up with Michael to chat with him about the movie. Here is our conversation.
A lot of us comedy fans living in the States have not seen the original Fubar. How did you go about constructing a story for Balls to the »
Fresh from the Canadian border is the hilarious sequel Fubar: Balls to the Wall, which reunites stars David Lawrence and Paul Spence from 2002's original cult hit Fubar. This time out, headbanger relics Terry (David Lawrence) and Dean (Paul J. Spence head north to work on the oil pipelines. This newfound job brings them unexpected wealth and unexpected problems. We have the trailer for Fubar: Balls to the Wall, as well as the new State-side version of the theatrical poster and stills from the upcoming comedy, which you can check out below:
Click to watch Fubar: Balls to the Wall Trailer!
Fubar: Balls to the Wall comes to theaters April 20th, 2011 and stars David Lawrence, Paul Spence, Rose Martin, Matthew Brennan, Andrew Sparacino, Lori D'Amour Heidt, Tracey Lawrence, Hanna Lawrence. The film is directed by Michael Dowse.
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