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Dear God No! (2011)

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A gang of outlaw bikers pull a home invasion on a disgraced Anthropologist hiding a secret locked in his cabin basement.

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Evelyn Marco
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Nick Morgan ...
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Jimbo (as Rusty Stache)
Rachelle Lynn ...
Laura / Nun 1
Heath Street ...
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Billy Ratliff ...
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Sheriff Crews
Johnny McGowan ...
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Outlaw motorcycle gang The Impalers tri-state rape and murder spree ended in a bloody massacre with rival club Satan's Own. The surviving members sought refuge in a secluded cabin deep in the North Georgia mountains. What first must of seemed like easy prey for a home invasion, became a living nightmare of depravity and violence. A young innocent girl being held captive may hold the key to the twisted secrets locked in the basement and the killing machine feasting on human flesh in the forest outside. Written by Big Bust Out Pictures

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When the blood begins to flow.... who will be left to scream.

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When the masked bodyguard's throat is slit, the blood clearly flows from the mask rather than the knife wound, which occurs lower on the neck. See more »

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A brilliant Grindhouse tribute from a fine Indie team!
1 December 2012 | by (Ireland) – See all my reviews

The terror that swept America has finally found a home on the far side of the Atlantic, thanks to Monster Pictures UK, who will release the movie on January 14th 2013. James Bickert's 16mm exploitation extravaganza Dear God No! is a loving homage to the classic biker, sexploitation and monster features which lit up the drive in screens across the world so many years ago.

The Impalers are the most reprehensible biker gang in the Tri State area, one who have raped, robbed and butchered a path across the highways. The movie opens with the gang waking up after a night of debauchery, the ground on which they slept is strewn with beer cans, drug paraphernalia and dead nuns. This is nothing out of the ordinary for the gang who proceed to make their way towards a local hangout to have a sit down with the Satan's Own crew.

The meeting goes bad and our protagonists take refuge in a reclusive cabin in the woods, home to a very stern scientist named Dr Marco (Paul McComiskey) and his seemingly meek daughter Edna (Madeline Brumby). They are in the midst of conducting experiments into the mysterious mutilation of local wildlife. Also in attendance are a young couple, one of whom is a Todd. It should be made very clear at this juncture that The Impalers hate Todds.

The simple act of home invasion takes a trip into dark and terrifying places, with the tension increasing as terrible secrets are revealed. The blood is thick flowing and ever present, the witty dialogue creates more one-liners than your average stand up show and there are more gun toting girls here than Tarantino has ever dared to put in his movies. The most important thing to know about Dear God No! is the fact that it is a hilarious, depraved and genuine slice of grindhouse. It's nasty, grimy and raw and that's just what the grindhouse features were all about. Bickert manages to successfully pay tribute to the movies and aesthetic which he loves whilst simultaneously creating something very modern and unique.

True fans of exploitation cinema will certainly find plenty to keep them entertained within this movie and, hopefully, will ignite some interest in a whole new generation of fans. With a fabulous one sheet by Tom Hodge and a sequel with the amazing title of Frankenstein Created Bikers in the works, this could be the beginning of a beautiful franchise.

Colin McCracken writes extensively for zombiehamster.com as well as a number of genre publications. He can be found on Twitter as @zombiehamster


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