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Kuper Banks ...
the Hitchhiker
Ash Barker ...
Sarah Kern
Butch Canfield ...
Sleeping Homeless Man
Christopher Charles ...
Jeb the Handy Man
Theodore Drake ...
Dad Gingrich
Sean Dressler ...
Huffing Homeless Man
Christy Harper ...
Sally Pallin
James Hawley ...
Tim in Apt H
Dan Hoganson ...
Agent 23
Jennifer Jiffy Houghton ...
Jiffy
Michael Jimboy ...
Michael the Security Guard
Steve Jones
Steve Jones ...
Pooping Homeless Man
Tandy Jones ...
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Sewer Chewer is a tribute to the creature features of the 70's and 80's drive in movies. A space satellite falls to earth and lands in a rural area, radiating the local wildlife into a mutant monster that has a large appetite for humans. An unnamed government agency sends a special agent out to dispose of the satellite and the mutant and any who know of it. Written by Anonymous

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Mother Nature left the seat up

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Demented experimental fun!
12 March 2010 | by (Toronto, Canada) – See all my reviews

This movie can be seen with or without psychotropic medication..but it helps.

Great art-rock techno-score..great art-house visuals..great b-movie fun! A cool, sick & loving homage to late 20th century grindhouse/drive-in fare & J-Horror! Definitely has the makings of a cult 21st century frat-house fave. Not for the squeamish. An intense hammer-to-the-head study of ecological waste. Director James Hawley's sure to be someone to watch out for in the future...whether rock vids, or feature flicks... He is definitely an inspired chap. If you see this movie, be aware that it's a tribute to b-movies. Anything less is 'civilized'.


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