An intrepid (but simple) knight embarks on a quest to save innocent virgins and discovers a Great Evil has been unleashed in a nearby monastery.
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Raul Allikivi ...
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This lovely, super-low-budget "adventure movie" about the Killer Beer Yoghurt terrorizing the Estonian countryside features a group of university students known as the Õ-Fraktsioon in a multitude of roles. A true Estonian version of Monty Python's works, this film shows an intrepid knight trying in vain to save innocent virgins (he just can't seem to be able to find them). Instead, he finds that some curious monks have accidentally released the Killer Beer Yoghurt into the world and the insiduous white substance now inhabits host bodies and wreaks havoc in the community. Written by Mario Pulver

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The world would be pure and chaste without a beer-yoghurt!

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Action | Comedy | Short | Horror

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21 June 2001 (Estonia)  »

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Killer Beer Yoghurt  »

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$700 (estimated)
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Low quality home-brewed beer from Pärnu kills everyone.
27 September 2005 | by (Estonia) – See all my reviews

A knight in shining armor, and a pink mutant elephant-horse, his sidekick, wander around the countryside. One day, in some tavern, he picks up a quest to hunt down the evil that has been kidnapping maidens from the village. The silliness begins.

Every living thing in this movie, even hen, are played by humans. That's weird.

But the music is quite good and creates the right atmosphere, helps you understand whether you should laugh or cry or be scared.

Warning: the movie is quite short, about half an hour, and therefore the density of absurdly bad jokes is rather high.

You can download it for free at http://akamai.kolhoos.ee/fraktsioon, but don't even bother unless you speak Estonian. I do, and it was hard even for me to understand at times what they were saying.


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