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The Gay Bed and Breakfast of Terror -- Helen (Mari Marks) and Luella (Georgia Jean) are just another typical God-fearing mother and daughter who happen to bake Mincemeat muffins and run a charming if not a bit faded Bed and Breakfast Inn. Or are they? On the eve of the biggest gay party weekend of the year, and having not made advance reservations, five 'couples' find themselves having to make accommodations far from the city.
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What should have been the biggest gay party weekend of the year quickly turns into every gay and lesbian's worst nightmare!


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Helen and Luella are just another typical God-fearing mother and daughter who happen to bake Mincemeat... See more » | Add synopsis »
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Dead Serious et al. find home on Graveyard Shift
 (From Fangoria. 3 December 2008, 2:39 PM, PST)

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  (in credits order)

Mari Marks ... Helen
Michael Soldier ... Alex
Georgia Jean ... Luella
Robert Borzych ... Eric
Hilary Schwartz ... Starr
Vinny Markus ... Dom
Shannon Lee ... Deborah
Denise Heller ... Gabby
Derek Long ... Mike
Allie Rivenbark ... Brenda
James Tolins ... Todd
Lisa Block-Wieser ... Lizette

Jim Polivka ... Rodney
Noah Naylor ... Manfred
Nora Gaetana ... Busty Lesbian
Timothy Kelley ... Bingo Caller
Miriel Rust ... Bingo Player
Kailee Brynes ... Bingo Player
Robert Frye ... Bingo Player
Kelly Herrin ... Bingo Player
Rachael Lynn ... Sister Mary Marie 1.0
Tammy Brynes ... Tortured Babysitter

Tom Devlin ... Hunted Man
Lola Wallace ... Hunted Woman
Hudson Gilles ... Republican Recruiter (as Hudson Giles)
Leo Belladaere ... Lead Republican (as Leo Belldaere)
Steven Naugle ... Republican Convention
Collin Brock ... Delegate
Richard DeGuilio ... Delegate
Corey Marshall ... Delegate
Brian Kirschiff ... Delegate
Joon Lee ... Delegate
Kelsea Button ... Catholic School Girl (as Kelsey Button)

Sara Raftery ... Catholic School Girl

Maria Tomas ... Anetta
Andrew Americk ... Evangelist
Bob Koenig ... Sister Mary Marie 2.0 (as Bob 'Bobaloo' Koenig)
Sean Abley ... Bear Man
Gary Cotti ... Bear Man

Directed by
Jaymes Thompson 
Writing credits
Jaymes Thompson (written by)

Produced by
Sean Abley .... producer
Jaymes Thompson .... executive producer
Cinematography by
Joel Deutsch 
Film Editing by
Andrew van Baal 
Art Direction by
Noah Naylor 
Makeup Department
Anthony Gordon .... makeup artist
Gage Hubbard .... key makeup artist
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Gary Cotti .... first assistant director
Sound Department
Scott Bruzenak .... sound re-recording mixer
Timothy Kelley .... boom operator
Lola Wallace .... sound designer
Lola Wallace .... sound mixer
Special Effects by
Tom Devlin .... special effects makeup
Camera and Electrical Department
Kelly Herrin .... gaffer
Kelly Herrin .... jib operator
Kelly Herrin .... rigger
Editorial Department
Michelle Ehlen .... behind the scenes editor
Music Department
Ted Masur .... composer: additional music
Other crew
Tara Devlin .... title designer

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USA:110 min
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Gabby:That's nothing. The mincemeat muffin lady came to our room with a butcher knife so we ran into freaky girl who told us all about her whack job mother who kills all the women who stay here because they're lesbians and it's a sin to be lesbian and so she kills all the lesbians before her daughter can have sex with them.See more »


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Could had definitely been a lot worse., 10 August 2010
Author: Boba_Fett1138 from Groningen, The Netherlands

What can you expect from anything being titled "The Gay Bed and Breakfast of Terror"? Nothing great obviously but who can resist such a cheesy title. And while this movie is most definitely not great, it isn't painfully bad to watch either. Its quite amusing actually.

As far as these, simplistic, generic, shoe-string budget, modern, horror movies go, this really isn't a bad one. To be honest, it's on of the best ones I have seen in a long while. It simply did a good job with its very limited resources and was actually quite professionally looking, at least when compared to similar genre movies.

This movie might sound like a very offensive one toward homosexual people but in truth this movie never downgrade itself to any gay-bashing or trying to make fun of homosexuals. Yes, the movie is mostly still a comedy but really not an offensive one. I actually think that some of the people involved with this movie in front and behind the camera's were homosexual themselves. The movie just gave me a that sort of vibe. The only people who might be offended by this are Republicans because they get portrayed as the biggest monster in this movie. It might also be definitely true that this movie its story and concept is just far too silly for anyone to get offended by, in all truth.

The story is just about as simple as it can get. Yes, it's about a gay bed and breakfast...of terror. When a bunch of homosexual couples arrive at a bed and breakfast, somewhere in the middle of the desert, soon some of them start to get brutally slaughtered. It really is all you should need to know. When the motivations get explained the movie actually gets more silly and even worse, till the movie reach its ending, when it's simply just starting to loose it even more, for the worse.

It's a shame that the movie is only that much fun to watch. It's definitely true they could had turned everything up a notch, in order to make this a far more fun and entertaining movie to watch. For a comedy it's simply lacking in its comedy at times. Things could and should had been crazier and more campy, for my taste.

And as an horror...well you can't really take this movie serious as an horror, now can you. In essence the movie is being slasher and yes, the movie does feature blood and gore but you can't really say that the movie ever becomes a scary one. Because of its concept its still being an original one but also nothing more than that.

But seriously, this movie is not half as bad as it perhaps sounds. Give it a shot and you might end up liking it, if only just a little.


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