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Filthy McNasty -- FILTHY McNASTY is the outlandish tale of two nerdy chicks whose greatest wish comes true when a horny demon named Phil turns them into sexy sirens.


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4 March 2002 (USA) See more »
Two bookish women, whom crave adventure and bad taste, suddenly turn into sexy ladies after being zapped with a spell by a sex-starved ghost. | Add synopsis »
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  (in credits order)

Debbie Rochon ... Julie
Miss Kitty ... Liz
Tim Ekkebus ... Phil the Demon / Julian
Dave Autovino ... Max
Ali Kat ... Vivian (as Alie Kat)
John Karyus ... Chutney
Casey Bowker ... Mooney
Chris Seaver ... Chris Walk / Bonejack
TeenApe ... Himself

Directed by
Chris Seaver 
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Chris Seaver 

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Chris Seaver 

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47 min
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Film title is taken from jazz great Horace Silver's composition of the same name, introduced on his classic Blue Note album (BLP 4076) released in August 1961: "Doin' the Thing: The Horace Silver Quintet at the Village Gate".See more »
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2 out of 22 people found the following review useful.
Very Low-Budget, Very Poor Effects, But Really Really Funny, 9 December 2006
Author: gavin6942 from United States

Two high school girls are transformed into attractive young ladies after conjuring the demon Filthy McNasty. But the price they must pay is steep: he is going to kill all of their would-be friends!

This film is about as low-budget as you can get, being filmed on what is obviously a home video camera... something high school kids might do in the summer if they're too geeky to join some sporting team. How a low budget film gets distributed and put on Netflix is a real mystery, but this movie accomplishes it.

Also, the actors seem to have very unoriginal styles of voice acting, taking cues from Monty Python and other such comedy classics with absolutely no attempt to cover this up. And somehow the band Tenacious D has become a huge influence on this film, as both a few lines and an entire song ("Double Team") are quoted at length in one scene (complete with a demon midget on guitar). Why be original when you can steal Jack Black's material?

The special effects were horrible: stabbing victims suffer no wounds other than red dye smeared on them. Or maybe not even that, choosing to just fall over and lay still for a while. Only one death (an eye-gouging) was remotely talented.

But if you've seen the other films of Chris Seaver (such as "Mulva: Zombie Ass Kicker") you already know what to expect from this group of misfits who seem to all live in their parents' basements.

And the sad thing is this: the film is incredibly funny. Before I had time to be turned off by the low budget quality, the humor just started busting out of this movie. Constant references to John Stamos made the movie watchable, and one very disturbing scene where a man discovers a new use for feces was so shocking I had to keep watching.

Teen Ape shows up, and I found him to be really funny: part gorilla, part teenage Kirk Cameron. And he is credited as "Teen Ape", which I think adds something to this. Debbie Rochon is also present, known for her work in Troma films ("Tromeo and Juliet", "Terror Firmer" and "Citizen Toxie"). What the connection is between Chris Seaver and Troma, I don't know, but they cross over enough that we could call Seaver's work just a low budget variety of Troma (which is an insult, probably, but not meant to be).

I feel bad recommending this movie, but to the right people (especially teenage and twenty-something males with a sick sense of humor) this might be a hidden treasure. And maybe, just maybe, it's the start of something bigger for Chris Seaver: with a little more talent and real budget, this film could be remade as one of the funniest comedies since "Super Troopers".

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