Watch this movie. It will change your life forever. Trust me. I'm an LBP fan
Whilst watching the older LBP flicks, it's often hard to figure out where Chris Seaver is coming from. Are these ridiculous films made by a comic-book/fantasy geek? Or are they made by a hardcore Horror enthusiast? Or perhaps Filthy McNastiest, and films like it, are merely a product of someone who was driven insane as a child, because said child saw one too many John Waters movies. If you've seen as many of these LBP epics as I have, the answer is obvious. Yep. All three. And possibly a couple other scenarios we aren't even aware of. The shocking and outrageous Filthy McNasty series is LBP in its purest form. And the ever-present stupidity has its volume turned way up for the third outing. This time, a guy (Jason McCall) who let's just say isn't very well endowed. The poor guy is so bad off that his giant-breasted girlfriend (Cherry Brady) constantly berates him for his misfortune. Luckily, Clavell has a friend is into the occult, and is willing to summon a sex demon, in hopes of getting that one wish granted. That one wish that would change everything forever. Good thing this is an LBP flick we're talking about, because you know there's a party, tonight. A perfect opportunity to show off his new gift. What follows is one of the most chaotic, outrageous, sex-fueled tomfoolery-infested LBP scenarios you're likely to come across. And of course what's an LBP flick without at least a cameo by the legendary Teenape? That's right! Not a very good one. And also, to my knowledge. Filthy McNastiest is the first LBP epic not shot on camcorder. Someone's movin' up in the world. Not bad, Seavage. Not bad at all. There's just nothing like it, I tell you. Chris Seaver's Low Budget Pictures are some of the most insanely offensive, blissfully stupid B-movie trash the modern era has to offer. Yet, at the same time, I cannot help but be totally impressed by some of that dialogue. And the one-liners always put me in stitches. Chris Seaver is a comic-genius and believe it or not, he knows what he's doing. But ya know something? I couldn't help but notice how long it's been since an LBP film was released. Personally, I'm starting to get a little impatient. I thought there was usually 3 or 4 of these movies out every year. Taintlight was released in 2009. And since then, nothing! However, there have been a extraordinary amount of unreleased films supposedly just sitting around collecting dust. Future cult classics such as Geek War, Deathbone, Night Of The Inbred Rednecks, Moist Fury, Teenape vs. The Monster Nazi Apocalypse, The Mulva remake... Oh! And let's not forget about Beyond McNasty: Filthy McNasty 4. The thing is, I've been a loyal, and might I add patient LBP fan for a while now. And like the scores of millions of other fans out there, my patients are wearing thin. Whatever is backing up the flow of things for the LBP universe needs to get the hell out of the way. So, for the love of Stamos, please get on with it! 10/10
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