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When the blood begins to flow.... who will be left to scream.
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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. Full summary » | Add synopsis »
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I blame Tarantino. See more (34 total) »

Cast

  (in credits order)
Jett Bryant ... Jett

Madeline Brumby ... Edna Marco

Paul McComiskey ... Dr. Marco
Olivia LaCroix ... Evelyn Marco
Shane Morton ... Randal

Johnny Collins ... Collins (as John Collins)
Nick Morgan ... Spyder

James Bickert ... Jimbo (as Rusty Stache)
Rachelle Lynn ... Laura / Nun 1
Heath Street ... Todd
Billy Ratliff ... Larry
Tim McGahren ... Kooky Karl
Jim Sligh ... Sheriff Crews
Johnny McGowan ... Deputy Balun
Parker Honeycutt ... Busty Ballyhoo
Del Weldon ... Skipper
Levi Deloach ... Lil' Cletus
Scotty Mominee ... Biker 1
Dusty Booze ... Biker 2
Candice McCamman ... Bartender
Nick Hood ... Satan's Own 1 / Bigfoot Double
Jim Wright ... Satan's Own 2
Jade Skw ... Mother Superior / Henchgirl 2
Ashley Burton ... Nun 2 / Bar Patron
Shawn Murphy ... Priest
Melanie Zentner ... Lead Nixon Vixen
Christy Douglas ... Tammy Gun
Samantha Jones ... Nixon Vixen 1
Madelline Willis ... Nixon Vixen 2
Sophia Miletello ... Henchgirl 1 / Bar Patron (as Sophia M. Miletello)
Laura Brazil ... Waitress
Adam McIntyre ... BJ Dude
Brittany Phelps ... BJ Girl
Bob 'Mad Dog' Joyce ... Zipper Guy (as Mad Dog)
Kenneth Lee McDaniel ... Big Dave
Jim Stacy ... Bigfoot (as Jas M. Stacy)
Matthew Compo ... Bar Patron
Dave King ... Bar Patron
John Otto ... Bar Patron
Robyn Gay ... Bar Patron
Walt Guthrie ... Bar Patron
Dirk Hays ... Bar Patron
Bo Higgins ... Bar Patron
Josh Lowder ... Bar Patron
Michelle McCall ... Bar Patron
Bryan G. Malone ... Bar Patron
Philip Nutman ... Bar Patron
Dave Osborne ... Bar Patron
Cory Poucher ... Bar Patron
Rob Thompson ... Bar Patron
Casey Williamson ... Bar Patron
Jane Wright ... Bar Patron
Keirsta Zimmerman ... Bar Patron

Directed by
James Bickert 
 
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(in alphabetical order)
James Bickert 

Produced by
Cary Aurand .... associate producer
James Bickert .... executive producer (as James Anthony Bickert)
Dusty Booze .... producer
Jett Bryant .... producer
Giancarlo Cairella .... associate producer
Johnny Collins .... producer (as John Collins)
Robyn Gay .... executive producer
Jonathan Hilton .... producer
Nick Hood .... producer
David Keymont .... associate producer
Olivia LaCroix .... producer
Bryan G. Malone .... producer
Michelle McCall .... producer
Nick Morgan .... executive producer
Shane Morton .... executive producer
Amy Mumma .... associate producer
Elizabeth Strickler .... associate producer
Lisa Williams .... producer
 
Original Music by
Richard Davis 
The Forty Fives 
Bryan G. Malone 
Adam McIntyre 
 
Cinematography by
Jonathan Hilton 
Dave Osborne 
 
Film Editing by
James Bickert 
Jackson Nash 
Rusty Stache 
 
Art Direction by
Shane Morton 
 
Costume Design by
Lisa Williams 
 
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Michelle McCall .... assistant director
 
Art Department
Nick Morgan .... props
Nick Morgan .... set dresser
 
Sound Department
Bryan G. Malone .... sound mixer
Eric Netherton .... sound effects editor
Ryan Villarreal .... sound effects editor
 
Special Effects by
Nick Morgan .... special effects
 
Stunts
Nick Hood .... stunt performer
 
Camera and Electrical Department
Conrad Brown .... key grip
Dave Shakabanisab .... gaffer
 
Costume and Wardrobe Department
DeeDee Chmielewski .... key costumer
 
Other crew
Jeffrey Giles .... international distribution
 
Thanks
Chad Clinton Freeman .... special thanks
 

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81 min
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Color (Super 16mm)
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Trivia:
Actor Jim Stacy who plays Bigfoot is the lead clown in the Mastodon music video Blood and Thunder. The character's name is Uncle Laffo from the band Greasepaint.See more »
Goofs:
Revealing mistakes: 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 »
Quotes:
Randal:C'mon Todd, don't be such a Todd, Todd.See more »

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2 out of 4 people found the following review useful.
I blame Tarantino., 13 April 2013
Author: BA_Harrison from Hampshire, England

It was fun for a while, but now I'm getting rather tired of the fad for 'grindhouse' movies, which see directors deliberately striving to replicate the flagrant content and gritty style of 70s and 80s exploitation films. They may boast memorable titles and cool retro poster art, but they rarely prove to be any cop, their grungy affectations and knowing outrageousness being poor substitutes for real talent.

The latest effort to proudly fly the 'grindhouse' flag is 'Dear God No!', a violent biker flick from writer/director James Bickert, who is so intent on achieving his desired aesthetic and meeting his quota of bad taste and debauchery (thereby ensuring marketability) that he seems to forget about trying to make a decent film.

The most disagreeable aspects of the film are not the sex and violence—after all, those who willingly watch this type of film expect, nay DEMAND such excess—but rather the acting, script and direction. Performances range from the bad to the diabolical, the plot is all over the place, and Bickert's visuals display little in the way of originality (unless lingering on a stripper for so long that it actually becomes boring counts).

My rating: a generous 4.5 out of 10 just for the OTT splatter and rampant sleaze—file somewhere between equally disappointing 'grindhouse' efforts 'Run! Bitch Run! and Nude Nuns With Big Guns.

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