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Cannibal Suburbia (2008)

Disturbed entertainers Donkey Punch Disco and the Secret Mango take us through three tales of violence, comedy and feces situated in the Melbourne suburbs. The first story revolves around a... See full summary »

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Donkey Punch Disco ...
Himself
Secret Mango ...
Himself
Amos Phillips ...
Damian
Giulia Ferrari ...
Jessica
Evonne Fletcher ...
Michelle
Sarah Derum ...
Angela
Dean Kirkright ...
Marc
John Teague ...
Nathaniel
Lee Foyster ...
Cythia
Peter Reid ...
Greg
Susanne Hausschmid ...
Claire
Troy Nankervis ...
Luke
Mikhaela Lombardozzi ...
Young girl #1
Jacinta Lombardozzi ...
Young girl #2
Laurence Syndikas ...
Grandmother
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Disturbed entertainers Donkey Punch Disco and the Secret Mango take us through three tales of violence, comedy and feces situated in the Melbourne suburbs. The first story revolves around a disastrous party, the second is a tale of psychotic doppelgangers and finally we have a gory explosion of terror as an unlucky sleaze hound experiences painful tortures inflicted by a nameless girl. Written by Anonymous

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Comedy | Horror

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10 October 2008 (Australia)  »

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AUD 10,000 (estimated)
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1.85 : 1
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I hope none of my tax dollars went to make this
14 April 2012 | by (Australia) – See all my reviews

We have made very few good movies in Australia. Stuck at home with a broken hand, I have been trawling YouTube looking for low budget horror films and was lucky enough to find Deader Country, which was funny, gory and gratuitous. When I stumbled across another Aussie film, I was actually looking forward to watching it. How disappointing. This movie starts nowhere and goes nowhere. The stories are nonsensical and only the last one has an ending. The two hosts, a man with clown make up and a naked man with something over his head are presented as celebrities, but I have never heard of them. I did watch the whole thing, and it was full length and free on YouTube, so I guess it has that in it's favour.


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