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Gimme Skelter (2007)

The (possible) son of Charles Manson chooses Banion Cross, NM (population 67), as the town that is going to die to get Daddy's attention.

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Kenneth J. Hall ...
Calver Weems
Cassandra Bengfort ...
Jimmy Regal's Foxy Lady
Christal Rael ...
Jimmy Regal's Foxy Lady
Patrick D. Quinn ...
Jimmy Regal's Patron
John R.P. Hastings ...
Jimmy Regal's Patron
Fernando Gonzales ...
Jimmy Regal's Patron
Paul Alsing ...
Jimmy Regal's Patron / Grocery Store Customer (as Paul M. Alsing)
Sam Barber ...
Jimmy Regal's Patron (as Sammy Barber)
D. Ryan Mowry ...
Jimmy Regal's Patron / Cell Phone Guy (as Ryan Mowry)
Scott Denning ...
Jimmy Regal's Patron
Kell Niedbala ...
Trish the Bartender
Ochressandro Rettinger ...
Bouncer
Kerri Daube ...
Little Delilah (as Ashley Bryce)
Mark Chavez ...
Todd
Jillian Parry ...
Jonda
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The (possible) son of Charles Manson chooses Banion Cross, NM (population 67), as the town that is going to die to get Daddy's attention.

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It's the Family business.

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1 December 2007 (USA)  »

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New School Gore: Bloodbath In Paradise
23 January 2011 | by (Tallahassee, Florida) – See all my reviews

After enjoying the hell out of Scott Phillips' zombie epic, The Stink Of Flesh, it took pretty much no thought whatsoever to give Phillips' Manson-ish follow-up a chance. Although light-years away from being anywhere near as awesome as the one about the zombies, Gimme Skelter is still an extremely clever, fast-paces, totally original, micro-budgeted throwback to the good ol' Drive-in days. And for that quality alone, Gimme Skelter has my respect. Scott Philip's buddy, The Legendary Billy Garberina plays a guy who either thinks he's the son of Charles Manson, or is pretending he's the son of Charles Manson. Or maybe he's just the son of Charles Manson. Whatever the case, this man is head-over-heels obsessed with following in Charles Manson's footsteps. Billy even has his very own brain-washed little posse, I mean family. Billy and pals (one of which is played by the legendary Trent Haaga) have been itching for a killing spree, or a bloodbath, if you will. And they just found the perfect little town. Population 67... Soon to be zero. This Scott Phillips guy is really on to something with these superb little movies. Hopefully he'll make another one soon.In the mean time, if you approve of Gimme Skelter and The Stink of Flesh, and you're still in the mood for some quality, modern Exploitation, you may want to check out Chainsaw Sally and Easter Bunny, Kill Kill. As for the one I'm writing about, I'm no Manson-enthusiast, but Gimme Skelter is a breath of fresh air in a genre which obviously has seen better days. If you're partial to the gore, nudity, effective, dark comedy, sleazy small town shenanigans, all done with a tiny budget, you might not hate Gimme Skelter. 5/10


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