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The Blood Shed (2007)

A sweet little tale about your average inbred, hillbilly, cannibal family residing in the northern part of New Jersey and how they deal with the day-to-day annoyances of encroaching suburbia.

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Sno Cakes
Victoria Bensen ...
Jennifer Kiggins
Tom Burns ...
Radio Announcer (voice)
Zoe Daelman Chlanda ...
Ms. Faith
Sasha Friedenberg ...
Andy Shiffner
Michael Gingold ...
Carl Dewey
Brian Juergens ...
Terry Kehoe
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Beefteena Bullion
Mike Lane ...
Hubcap Bullion
Kane Manera ...
Geoffrey
Stephanie Marracho ...
Margie Romaine
Jerry Murdock ...
Sheriff Brogan
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Butternut Bullion
Robert Norman ...
Gramma
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A sweet little tale about your average inbred, hillbilly, cannibal family residing in the northern part of New Jersey and how they deal with the day-to-day annoyances of encroaching suburbia.

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Just Your Average Inbred Hillbilly Cannibal Family. See more »

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Sandra Schaller was originally considered for the role of Sno Cakes. See more »

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Papa Elvis Bullion: You cannot run with the big dogs if you piss like a little puppy, boy!
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Features Cad and Caddy (1947) See more »

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She's Just a Girl
Performed by Lloyd Gold, Tom Burns, and Frank Hauch
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Solid campy hillbilly fun!
14 November 2007 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

The amusing end credits theme song says it all, "just another backwoods, redneck, hillbilly family: this time from New jersey". Or something like that... While its true, there is no new territory covered here, it certainly has a whole helluva lotta fun re-treading what we've seen before. Alan Rowe Kelly weaves together a really amusing and "through the looking glass" view of our "heroes" the Boullion family. The gag is almost like the one used in the 1990's Brady bunch movies, where the family is just a complete anachronism, but isn't aware of it. The comedy and blood flow freely, the cast are all top notch in their respective comedy endeavors and you will never once find yourself bored. Its really great to see an Indi so embraced by critics and audiences alike, and we can only hope that it opens the door for more.


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