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Beverly Kills (2005)

Unrated | | Comedy | 2005 (USA)
Whacked-out, muscle-bound, cross-dressing actor Beverly Jackson has been rejected for a role in Pride Playhouse's nude theatrical production of "Balls Out." Furious, Beverly decides to form a diabolical cult of revenge.

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Cast

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Stephan D. Gill ...
Naked Man at Auditions (as Steve Gill)
Marlon Pfeiffer ...
The "Closeted" Director
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The 'Out' Director (as Burton Rhodes)
Gary Kelley ...
Beverly Jackson
Keith Bearden ...
'Balls Out' Ben
Nathan Towry ...
Barry (as Patrick Allen)
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Shane
John Marlo ...
Rocco, The Masseur (as John Mario)
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Hector (as Jill Pappas)
Brian Brooks ...
Brian
Ross Graves ...
Blake
Peter Valvel ...
Brock
Michel LeJeune ...
Bo
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Ray
Ian Mantha ...
Jimmy, The Sketchy Hustler
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Whacked-out, muscle-bound, cross-dressing actor Beverly Jackson has been rejected for a role in Pride Playhouse's nude theatrical production of "Balls Out." Furious, Beverly decides to form a diabolical cult of revenge.

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Crazy Credits

In the end credits, the disclaimer is: "The people, places and events were fake. Everything was a coincidence." See more »

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References The Twilight Zone (1959) See more »

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Balls Out
Music and Lyrics by Damion Dietz
Performed by Keith Bearden
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One of the Top Ten--WORST!
10 June 2006 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

I've seen some pretty bad films in my time, but this one is right there with the worst. The movie is funny only if you find overacting drag queens, a poor script, dreadful amateur performances, and insulting gay stereotypes amusing. The only time the movie comes alive and is on track is when we see snippets of a gay review they are putting on in the theatre. They should have junked the overacting drag queen and the two twinks finding true love (which as we all know doesn't last as long as herpes) along with the rest of the stupid plot and given us the show they are rehearsing. There the satire was bang on. The film is being compared to the early works of John Waters. That is an unjust comparison to Mr. Waters. John Waters' films were outlandish, fun, and the work of a talented filmmaker. This one lacks any of those qualities I just mentioned. It is clichéd, the humor is sledgehammer heavy, the acting just plain bad. There is a big difference between the words amateur and amateurish. The latter word fits this gobbler. I fell for the advertising hokum and bought it. Now I'm selling it on Amazon for any price I can get!


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