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Scott W. Mckinlay
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James E. Foley,
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I bought the DVD for the bonus feature of Mulva: Zombie Ass Kicker. But this turned out to be pretty good. Trent Haaga is probably my all time favorite actor, and he wrote this, so it can't be bad. He also has a tiny part in this. My complaints are that it is way too short (65 minutes!) and that the static things got annoying after a while, plus there should have been SOME nudity, especially from the cute blonde chick. Joe Estevez is cool as hell and makes a small cameo. I am a new fan of Tempe now.
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