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Joel David Moore
Joel David Moore,
It's the closing night at the last drive-in theater in America and Cecil B. Kaufman has planned the ultimate marathon of lost film prints to unleash upon his faithful cinephile patrons. Four films so rare that they have never been exhibited publicly on American soil until this very night! With titles like Wadzilla, I Was A Teenage Werebear, The Diary of Anne Frankenstein, and Zom-B-Movie, Chillerama not only celebrates the golden age of drive-in B horror shlock but also spans over four decades of cinema with something for every bad taste. Written by
The original titles for the "Zom-B-Movie" and "I Was a Teenage Werebear" segments were "Zombie Drive-In" and "I Was a Teenage Vampire." See more »
In the "teenage wearbear" segment there is a reference to President Kennedy indicating that the scene is set in the early 60s; however, the van driven by the main character is a dodge tradesman 200 which was introduced in 1971. See more »
Here. Write depressing stuff in this as if the little girl wrote it. We'll sell it after the war and make millions.
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At the end of the credits for "I was a teenage were-bear" it says "T-girls need love too!" See more »
This movie kinda blew it's load early with the first story being by far the best. I was laughing my ass off the whole way, definite fun.
That's where it went down hill a bit, with the second story having a very homo-erotic type of theme, the acting was pretty bad, and the storyline just wasn't there for me.
By the time the third one got going I was severely loosing interest, and it wasn't the "Troma" type of effects, again overall in the end it just felt too cheap, even for a super low budget, I've seen some masterpieces pulled off with a shoe-string budget. I gave it a five and that was mainly due to the first tale. Troma fans will enjoy, it's more of a comedy than anything else.
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