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22 March 2005 (USA) See more »
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This Time She's kicking Monkey Ass
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Mulva comes out of a five-year coma and seeks revenge against Teenape and his gang for stealing her Halloween candy. Full summary » | Add synopsis »
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Wish I had that portion of my life back See more (6 total) »

Cast

  (in credits order)

Debbie Rochon ... Mulva
Teen Ape ... Himself
Meredith Host ... Heather
Lauren Seavage ... Puggly Ishi
Matt Meister ... The Meistro
Jen Stone ... Squeaky Fromage
Emily Meister ... Aereola Slim
Jason McCall ... T-Bone
Mike O'May ... Billingsly
Jeremy Cottrell ... Shemp Axe
Batty Cottrell ... Futomaki
Shawn Green ... Proudfoot / Rasheen / Alien / Luchadore
A.J. Stabone ... Yamaka
Katie Harthong ... Lesbian #1
Jessica Tightness ... Lesbian #2
Chris Seaver ... Bonejack
Brad Austin ... Werewolf / Timmy Copella

Directed by
Chris Seaver 
 
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(in alphabetical order)
Chris Seaver 

Produced by
Lauren Seavage .... associate producer
Chris Seaver .... producer
 
Cinematography by
Jock Queaf De 
Chris Seaver 
 
Film Editing by
Chris Seaver 
 
Costume Design by
Emily Meister 
 
Music Department
Kyle Pittman .... composer: additional score
 
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Henrique Couto .... special thanks (as Budnick)
 

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62 min
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19 out of 23 people found the following review useful.
Wish I had that portion of my life back, 12 June 2006
Author: satellitepictures from United States

Although this is "better" than the first Mulva (which doesn't say much anyways, I would rather watch paint dry) it still sucks. Do yourself a favor and avoid anything from these Low Budget Pictures guys. I was suckered into buying a few dvds to support some indy filmmakers and boy did I regret it. Some haven't even been officially "released" yet (not bootlegs-bought from the filmmakers themselves) and I can't even list how bad they all are. Avoid anything with Teen Ape or Bonejack in them as they do pop up in other small indy films that they are friends with. If you are friends of these guys, chances are you were in their movies and had fun making them. But for those that had to watch them? No way. Bad video, bad audio, bad acting, bad plot...etc etc. These aren't even funny. I gave this one a 2 only because Debbie Rochon is in it and that is about it. Maybe it doesn't even deserve the 2. About a 1 1/16th star to show it was slightly better than the first (which I wish I could have rated in the negatives). If you want a decent no budget film, go pick up something from LBP's "friends" over at Freak Productions like Marty Jenkins or even Raising the Stakes. Those are actually decent.

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