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I played fluffy in the movie, and I would like to say that there is
only one t in my last name. I am now divorced, so I have since dropped
I want to apologize to the world for my acting, and I have not attempted it since. The movie was fun to make, and I must admit I enjoy watching it from time to time. Pete Schuermann made the movie as Capt. Jerk, and I also enjoyed Gary Ernster's performance as Horns McBoy.
Oh yes, I also wanted to mention that I was 6 months pregnant in some scenes, so that is why I look different throughout the movie.
Thanks to everyone who watched and also those who continue to make fun of me to this day (including my seventh grade classes--I'm now a middle school teacher).
Hick Trek is clearly a film that is envious of even an El Mariachi-level
budget ($7,000). Still, the creators are able to pull off decent effects
times (often due to great editing) such as the beamings, the situations
aboard the cat ship, and Slim T. Jerk's unique way of communicating with
ship without use of a traditional communication device.
The acting does have its rough spots but the portrayal of "Horns" McBoy is excellent and Fluffy is certainly not too hard on the eyes.
I do wish that the film had been longer than its approximate hour - and that should be seen as a compliment. This movie is a success due to the sincerity and hard work of those involved.
Now this is classic. A friend of mine told me about
this flick, saying that it's incredibly lame, stupid,
retarded, and moronic. He also said that I'd love it.
To my surprise, I found it available from netflix and rented it at once. I'm just shocked that I had never heard of it before. If I could give it an eleven, I would.
Hey, its great not to have to wait for the next Star-Trek convention to see hick-trek! Its a cheesy film by a bunch of treckies with no budget, but a good way to spend an hour. They got most of the special effects right, the dialog is classic trek and it just feels right for a trek-knockoff.
This 60min film shows just how much fun filmmaking can
It's all in good fun as it plays-out a no holds barred comedy assault on
Star Trek genre. In "Hick Trek - The Moovie", a group of good 'ol boys
on a mission to stop a group of renegade cats out to destroy the entire
Can Captain Jerk stop the villainous Fluffy with the power of the R.S.S. Bovine and it's Cow Ray?? She may have nine lives, but he has ten bullets! This cult classic (previously only seen at scifi conventions) is a party favorite. Lots of funny moments!
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