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Filthy McNastier: Maximum Dousche (2005)

Not Rated | | Comedy, Horror | Video 17 May 2005
Phil the Demon returns, this time to grant the wish of a lonely teenage girl, named Lori, who lacks the looks and voluptuous bosoms of her girlfriends. But as always, there is a price to ... See full summary »

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Tim Ekkebus ...
Phil (as Shits McFartnuckle)
Brie Jones ...
Lori
David Autovino ...
Max (as Dave Autovino)
Lauren Seavage ...
Ryoko (as Lauren P. Seavage)
Chris Seaver ...
Johnny DoucheBag
Jesse Green ...
Razor McBleed (as Josiah St. Frontage)
Sarah Krank ...
Charlotte
Rich Glasgow ...
D. Sanchez
Lucas Martin ...
Nuts
Jeremiah Campbell ...
Victim
Aimee Puschkin ...
House Ho
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Phil the Demon returns, this time to grant the wish of a lonely teenage girl, named Lori, who lacks the looks and voluptuous bosoms of her girlfriends. But as always, there is a price to pay for Lori's good looks and this time Phil as the vampire Razor McBleed along for the ride. Written by Larry B.

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Waahh! Totally 100% craziness.
9 July 2017 | by See all my reviews

If you've already seen the original Filthy McNasty, you've only got yourself to blame if you watch this equally puerile sequel, which delivers the exactly the same kind of lunacy and depravity, all shot on a zero budget by a bunch of friends who clearly don't care what people think of them.

In Maximum Dousche, Brie Jones plays flat-chested teenage girl Lori, who longs for big breasts so that she will be popular with the boys. Enter weirdo goth and wannabe hermaphrodite Julian (Tim Ekkebus) who says he can help through the use of witchcraft. Sure enough, Lori wakes the next day with ample milk sacks, but the magic spell used to make her dream come true has also summoned demon Phil (also played by Ekkebus), who teams up with vampire Razor McBleed (Jesse Green) to cause havoc at a house party.

Totally bonkers and unrepentantly vulgar from start to finish, with terrible but admirably unrestrained performances from all involved, Filthy McNastier is for anyone who finds Troma movies a little too classy and reserved.


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