A hard rock band travels to the tiny and remote town of Grand Guignol to perform. Peopled by hicks, rubes, werewolves, murderous dwarves, sex perverts, and Hitler, the town is a strange place but that doesn't stop the band's lead singer from falling in love with a local girl named Cassie. After Nazi sex perverts kill the band to satisfy their lusts, Cassie calls the rockers back from the grave to save her, the town, and maybe the world. Written by
D.A. Kellough <email@example.com>
You can't keep a good band down!
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Did You Know?
Originally, this was only meant to be about 20 minutes long and solely used as the feature movie in American Drive-In
(1985). At some point during production, the decision was made to invest a little bit more money and come out with two full length feature films instead of just one. See more
Soon after the end credits start rolling, director Krishna Shah's first name is misspelled as 'Written By Kirshna Shah.' See more
I got it from a book. You know, a boo-ook?
This film is dedicated to Ramona Evelyn Andrus
"Whose dwelling is the light of setting suns..." -- William Wordsworth See more
Referenced in Remote Control
Shake It Out
Written by Paul Sabu See more