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Stump the Band (2006)

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... See full summary »

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Credited cast:
Daniel Agosto ...
Joan's date #2
Courtney Bean ...
Tammy
Dave Berges ...
Daniel
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Joan
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Guido
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Little Joe
Jason Croghan ...
Guy at pier
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Kim
Al Ducy ...
Pool cue guy
Robin Ducy ...
One armed man's Wife
Joe Elsey ...
Joan's date in boat
Ellen Fox ...
Nikki
Paul Gordon ...
Policeman at river
Jake Hames ...
Billy
JoJo Henrickson ...
Nigel
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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 William Holmes

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Going to the gig? Don't forget to bring your axe!

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3 March 2006 (USA)  »

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$200,000 (estimated)
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Coach: Seven and a half. My favorite!
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Meat Curtain
Written by McQueef & Künt
Performed by Queef
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Not like other horror movies
15 February 2007 | by See all my reviews

Who says a horror movie can't have humor? This one is a tongue in cheek (or foot in box) movie that combines an all girl punk band with a doomed time in the woods. There are some distinct characters that beg cult movie status. The film doesn't just have one bad guy, but can't tell you more without giving away the story. This movie includes independent women's music from all over the country as well as music by Robbie Rist. Like movies with lines you later repeat? Then you'll want to see this one with your friends. Grab a beverage, gather some pals, and be prepared to create your own audience participation Rocky Horror type event. This could be the beginning of a series...


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