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Peelers (2016)

A small town strip club owner must defend her bar, her strippers and her life when violent infected patrons show up on the final closing night and all hell breaks loose.

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Blue Jean
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Remy
Madison J. Loos ...
Logan
Cameron Dent ...
Tony
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Chromagnum
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Frankie
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Licorice / Carla
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Baby / Elaine
Victoria Gomez ...
Tina
Rafael Mateo ...
Pablo
David Torres ...
Mario
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Jesus
Andrea Rosolia ...
Panuche
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Travis
Emma Docker ...
Aja
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A small town strip club owner named Blue Jean, must defend her bar, her strippers and her life when several patrons become increasingly violent and wreak havoc on the final closing night. Written by SB

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You may not get the happy ending you were looking for.

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This is why I love horror movies
26 July 2016 | by (London, England) – See all my reviews

This film has been popping up around horror circles so I'll admit i was intrigued...people who had seen it mentioned that it was kind of like a zombie movie but not, so then I was little less intrigued (i've seen enough zombie movies) but I had the lucky opportunity to see this film at the Shock & Gore fest in Birmingham and it was definitely worth it.

It's not a zombie movie per se. There are some similarities, but these guys put a little twist on the genre and it's a really interesting take on the whole thing. Would love to know if this is a commentary on a certain heated global topic but I don't want to give anything away so I will leave it at that and guess that perhaps the filmmaker is sending out a message maybe thru film. Which is the beauty of filmmaking. You tell a story and reveal a truth now and then. But I digress.

This film has really good pacing. Never once was I bored, nor did I roll my eyes. It kept me engaged at all times and I really loved Wren Walker's performance as the lead. She was smart, caring, funny, tough and vulnerable at the same time, a leader and talented. All the things that make a person, in this particular case, a woman, beautiful.

There are definitely some things (i.e. stripper stunts) that were...interesting to say the least and some really great kills, espeicially for a low budget film.

I'm more of a cricket man myself but the baseball element throughout was a nice touch. Whenever you put little touches of sport in an otherwise non-sport movie, there's something about that that I like. I don't know what it is.

Overall, had a fun time and will definitely look forward to seeing this one again.


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