Four hot chicks in a punk rock band, while on tour, get lost in the wilds of Wisconsin. There's a guy out there with a very serious foot fetish. He likes to collect them like baseball cards...
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Four hot chicks in a punk rock band, while on tour, get lost in the wilds of Wisconsin. There's a guy out there with a very serious foot fetish. He likes to collect them like baseball cards. It's a rock and roll horror adventure with a little bit of comedy mixed in. Written by
Stump The Band has carved out an interesting niche for itself. The premise of "Stump" is frankly...rude, but the execution is either spot on creepy or tongue in cheek funny. I liked that the film inserted humor without being campy. It's almost as if the film makers wanted to produce a straight up scare fest but naturally stumbled upon some offbeat and wacky bits that wound up improving the whole package.
The girrrrl band is great and the women are compelling. This would be a fun act to catch live although I don't recall the band's name. The guys flesh out mostly stock horror film characters but do it with an honest and natural flair. The bad guy is...good, a good bad guy, maybe even a great bad guy. His delivery is as if Hanibal Lecter got in touch with his feminine side. We want more!!! The only real downside is the special effects blood. It's a little brownish.
On the other hand, much of the action takes place in broad daylight. The mayhem is easy to see.
Stump The Band,... a slasher film with heart.
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