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Small Town Folk (2007)

Not Rated | | Comedy, Fantasy, Horror | 2 June 2007 (USA)
There is a place... a place called Grockleton, wherein, high on a hill-top stands the lonely Beesley's Manor, governed by the villainous 'Landlord' and his lowly male counterparts (Pooch, ... See full summary »

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(as Peter Stanley Ward)

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Cast

Cast overview, first billed only:
Chris R. Wright ...
The Landlord
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Dan Palmer ...
Dobbin
Simon Stanley-Ward ...
Marcus
Greg Martin ...
Jon
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Susan
Howard Lew Lewis ...
Jon Nicholas ...
Pooch
Ben Richards ...
Pike
James Ford ...
Ric
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Heather
Tamaryn Payne ...
Shaz
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Smithy
Peter Stanley-Ward ...
Crow Brother #2 / Jobie
Harrison Hawker ...
Crow Brother #1 / Corpse
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There is a place... a place called Grockleton, wherein, high on a hill-top stands the lonely Beesley's Manor, governed by the villainous 'Landlord' and his lowly male counterparts (Pooch, Pike and the diesel-swilling Dobbin). Always on the look-out for new female company to help carry on the Beesley name, the Landlord keeps a watchful eye over Grockleton and anyone who dares to enter his land. When three improbable heroes stumble unsuspectingly into the Beesley's realm they are cruelly snared into a menacing hunt and an unstoppable frenzy of heart racing mayhem! Will the Landlord triumph and collect his 'trophies' (and maybe even a future bride?), or can the unlikely trio be victorious against him in his own game? Written by Official Website

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Welcome to Grockleton... Death awaits you. See more »


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Not Rated | See all certifications »
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2 June 2007 (USA)  »

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A birtok  »

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Trivia

Chris Musselwhite was originally supposed to wear a harness for the sequence in which Smithy is hanging off the front of a speeding car. See more »

Quotes

The Landlord: Looks like we might have another Grockle problem.
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Urgh, terrible
12 February 2015 | by (United Kingdom) – See all my reviews

This is truly awful film, genuinely torturous viewing. A bona fide 1 out of 10 film and that's only because '0' isn't an option. I won't describe the plot again, plenty have done that already and I don't want to think about this film more than I have to.

The comedy aspects aren't remotely funny, there is no tension, no suspense, no excitement, pants cgi, poor production values, I could go on.

It's not even so bad it's good, it's so bad it's painful.

There is nothing redeeming about this film.

I will allow the film 1 out of 10 because the film-makers,on a low budget, at least had a go at it - they failed.

I was the only person that managed to sit through it until the end - the other viewers left my lounge - it didn't even have enough about it for them to watch and ridicule how bad it was!

I am now two hours closer to the end of my life and these film-makers are responsible for that wasted time.

Possibly the worst film I have ever seen and I generally enjoy watching B-Movie junk. How anyone can give this anything other than 2/10 I can't comprehend - I can only assume that they have suffered a traumatic head injury or a lobotomy.


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