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Duck! The Carbine High Massacre (1999)

Video  -  Comedy | Drama | Horror  -  26 October 1999 (USA)
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Cast overview, first billed only:
William Hellfire ...
Joey Smack ...
Bible Girl (as Misty Mundae)
Lilly Tiger ...
Play Girl
Chris Perez ...
Car Kid
Robert Manrique ...
Retard (as Henry Krinkle)
Michael Ovum ...
Spam Jock
Ryan Trimmer ...
Kendall 'Shorty' Ward ...
Afro-American (as Shorty)
Marie Mazur ...
Song Girl
Mike Roser ...
Goth Boy
Liz Bathory ...
Goth Girl
Michael Lema ...
No Info Boy
Pamela Anne ...
The Mothers
Stephen Harris ...
The Fathers


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The controversial film that landed its filmmakers in jail! See more »


Comedy | Drama | Horror


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Joey Smack and William Hellfire were arrested for carrying weapons on school grounds and were both in jail temporarily after police had obtained a copy of 'Duck! The Carbine High Massacre' off the internet. See more »


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Blazing Hellfire!
22 March 2004 | by (Glenwood Springs, Colorado) – See all my reviews

If you are a fan of William Hellfire, Joey Smack, Misty Mundae, or E.I./Alternative Cinema (even though this isnt an e.i. release), then I STRONGLY urge you to buy this movie. I know that the only copies you're going to find are going to be around $40, but it IS worth it, if you collect films from this genre.

You knew it would happen...a spoof (and a hilarious one, at that) of the infamous Columbine High School shootings. Sure, you may go to Hell just for contributing to the film-maker, but what a fun, amusing way to get there! Let's just hope Hell has air-conditioned private rooms with kitchenettes and a big TV set so you can watch all your favorite underground movies....

Anyway, you know the story... I won't even get into that... But the best part of this movie is the "startling" truth behind the excessive media frenzy that follows such violent, shocking crimes, putting the killers on a pedastal like some sort of false idol. Plus, it's somewhat nice and refreshing to see Misty Mundae give a memorable performance without taking off all her clothes and rolling around licking other women's various bodyparts.

My only gripe about this movie is that it takes a little bit too long for the actual bloodshed to start flowing (I say that because I'm a downright gorehound...). But when it does, it is actually pretty brutal and gross, so it's all good. William Hellfire and Joey Smack are perfect as the two idiot "anarchist" teenagers with murder on their minds. A VERY funny, VERY low-budget, and VERY memorable movie.

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