Film Director Allan Moyle, who brought you the hits "Empire Records" (1995) and "Pump Up The Volume" (1990), joins up with four other diabetic candidates in exploring the phenomenon of "... See full summary »
Royce and Dexter are two slackers who live in the strange little town of Weedsville. When Royce's girlfriend Matilda overdose's on their stash and dies, they decide to bury her in an abandoned Drive-In theater. Things get out of control when they discover Satanists performing a ritual sacrifice right where they were going to bury the body... Written by
During two Q&A sessions at the Vancouver International Film Festival (2007), director Allan Moyle stated that he intended to use completely different and better known songs for several of the sequences on the film. Because of how expensive the rights of those songs were, he decided to use local bands (Ontario, Canada) to supply the needed music for the scenes. See more »
Written by James Lanbro, Mim Adams, Carl Welch and Joe Arnup
Performed by Canary Mine
Courtesy of Canary Mine
Published by James Lanbro (SOCAN), Mim Adams (SOCAN), Carl Welch (SOCAN) and Joe Arnup (SOCAN) See more »
I went to the movie thinking, this is gonna be stupid i just know it. but i was wrong. As much as these people who comment about the movie say its cliché and crap.. well i disagree. I think it was written excellently, the characters actually in depth and not total crack heads... for a movie surrounding an illegal substance, i think it was really great. there are moments where your like 'wtf is going on' but you can't help but laugh mainly because it's just so far out there. i liked the originality, and the timing like a previous commenter said nothing lasted longer then it should have. i think it was directed greatly and anyone who honestly thinks a movie to be cliché, either is too harsh, or doesn't know what goes into a movie to begin with. coming up with originality and intrigue is hard to do and i think Wennekers and Moyle both did a great job. :)
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