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Lynch Mob (2009)

The rural town of Lynchburg, Georgia holds a dark secret. A century old curse has condemned the citizens to a diet of human flesh. Unable to leave the city limits the town folks must lure ... See full summary »

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Boss Giavanni
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Weasel
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Michael
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Buck
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Tony
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The rural town of Lynchburg, Georgia holds a dark secret. A century old curse has condemned the citizens to a diet of human flesh. Unable to leave the city limits the town folks must lure unsuspecting travelers to their quaint town where they soon become the menu item of choice. Problems arise when the Federal Government releases a street savvy criminal into their community under the witness relocation program. Written by Anonymous

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Rated R for pervasive strong bloody horror violence and gore, sexuality, nudity and language

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18 September 2009 (USA)  »

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$365,000 (estimated)
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Dexter Tucker, brother of Chris Tucker, appears in "Lynch Mob" as do Chris and Dexter's uncles who prominently feature as the black biker gang who roars into the redneck, cannibal town. See more »

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Buck: Get the hell out of my town!
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Original, but blah...
29 September 2009 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

I thought the idea surrounding the movie was very original, but poorly executed for the most part. It seems the movie's main goal was to be as graphic as possible, with tons of loop holes throughout. Michael Cole, who plays Weasel did an amazing and underrated job in what some will find a very disturbing role.

The music fit the movie very well too, especially the opening and ending credits As for the rest of the actors, most were quite average as their respective characters, although the mafia henchmen were quite entertaining. Perhaps the biggest flaw is when John Cornetta tries - and fails big time to win the audience over as the true hero of the film. He is often seen as trying to be emotional, but quite frankly, is not very good.

For an independent, low budget film, the Stampers did a good job at coming up with a storyline, but ultimately, their amateur status shines through in the execution. Perhaps with a bigger budget and better talent, their real genius will shine through.


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