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(2011)

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Adam Rifkin did all of his own stunts in the "Wadzilla" segment.
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Kristina Klebe and her mother translated the script for "The Diary of Anne Frankenstein" segment into German for all the German-speaking cast members.
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Joel David Moore learned some German for his role as Adolf Hitler. However, a majority of the lines Hitler says in the film are not German.
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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."
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The segment "I Was a Teenage Werebear" was originally going to take place in a high school, but this location was switched to the beach because shooting in a high school proved to be too expensive.
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The black and white opening sequence was shot in two days.
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Keith David was originally considered for the role of Cecil B. Kaufman.
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The segment "I Was a Teenage Werebear" was shot in five days.
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The Kaufman drive-in theater is named after Lloyd Kaufman.
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Tim Sullivan replaced another actor at the last minute for the segment "I Was a Teenage Werebear."
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The blood in the segment "The Diary of Ann Frankenstein" was really chocolate syrup.
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The actors who play the werebears in the segment "I Was a Teenage Werebear" showed up at their auditions wearing leather outfits.
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The segment "The Diary of Ann Frankenstein" was shot in four days.
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The background plates of New York City for the segment "Wadzilla" were taken at the Universal Studios back lot in California.
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The drive-in theater location was an actual working drive-in.
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In February 2012, the movie wound up in the headlines when a soundtrack for the gay-themed musical segment 'I Was a Teenage Werebear' was released. Director 'Tim Sullivan' found his eBay listings of the album were pulled and finalized sales were canceled because eBay deemed the auctions, which included a still from the film of Sean Paul Lockhart in his underwear, "morally offensive." eBay reps told Sullivan that he could re-list the soundtrack, but only in the pornographic adult-only section of the site.
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The televisions in the window of the appliance store in "Wadzilla" were actually cardboard boxes which were painted to look like 1950s TVs.
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The New York backgrounds featured in "Wadzilla" are photos of the Universal backlot, which the filmmakers surreptitiously shot under the guise of location scouting.
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Most of the lines Joel Moore utters as Hitler are gibberish, with a few exceptions. When the subtitles read "Why is everyone so mean to me?," he declares in German, "I'm such a shitty actor." Instead of singing the titular line "I Don't Want to Rule the World," he keeps singing "I have worms in my penis."
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Wilhelm Scream, in the Wadzilla segment when Miles makes the sperm sample.
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WILHELM SCREAM: 3 times in a row. When all the zombies were going crazy out in the drive in and the zombie pinned the guy to the hood of the car.
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Filming for the Segment 'I Was a Teenage Werebear' was almost shut down due to the location sheriff not approving to the content of the script.
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Thomas Dekker was considered for the part of Ricky for the "I Was a Teenage Werebear" segment.
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