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The Sore Losers (1997)

Set in present day Northeastern Mississippi and Memphis, Blackie (Jack Oblivian) returns to Earth 42 years after his first visit to complete a mission: Given a second chance by The Elder of... See full synopsis »
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Cast overview, first billed only:
Jack Yarber Jack Yarber ... Blackie, Juvenile Delinquent (as Jack Oblivian)
Kerine Elkins Kerine Elkins ... Kerine, Hermaphrodite
Mike Maker Mike Maker ... Mike, Beautiful Boy
D'Lana Tunnell D'Lana Tunnell ... D'Lana, Amazon
Hugh Brooks Hugh Brooks ... Tuthpick
Ghetty Chasun Ghetty Chasun ... Old Mother
Jim Townsend Jim Townsend ... Old Father
David F. Friedman David F. Friedman ... The Elder
Mary Wills Mary Wills ... Malt Liquor Angel
Lydia Martini Lydia Martini ... Headnurse McComb
Gray Burnhart Gray Burnhart ... Kuntry Store Proprietor
Dave Dunlap Dave Dunlap ... Western comedian, pizza boy
Dave Shipp Dave Shipp ... Bootlegger
Jennifer Stevens Jennifer Stevens ... Bootlegger's Daughter
Michael B. Conway Michael B. Conway ... FBI
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Set in present day Northeastern Mississippi and Memphis, Blackie (Jack Oblivian) returns to Earth 42 years after his first visit to complete a mission: Given a second chance by The Elder of the Lo-Fi Frequency (Sexploitation pioneer of the '50's and '60's DAVID FRIEDMAN), he is to finish his original mission of killing 12 victims. He hooks up with his old friend Mike (Mike Maker) then eventually meets Kerine (Kerine Elkins) and Goliatha (D'Lana Tunnell). Trouble begins.

Kerine, fresh out of prison, kills her parents and Blackie finds out THE DEATHS COUNT AS IF HE HAD KILLED THEM HIMSELF! This causes cosmic problems for Blackie because he now has 13 deaths to his credit instead of 12!

The Elder tells Blackie in order to return home he must TAKE BACK THE 13TH DEATH (Kerine's Mother, played by Ghetty Chasun) BY KILLING A VICTIM OF THE ELDERS CHOOSING! Blackie then discovers he must drag the dead Mother around with his gang until this feat is accomplished. Eventually Blackie discovers that ...

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They wanted meat so they ate the Flower Children

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English

Release Date:

February 1997 (USA) See more »

Also Known As:

Schlechte Verlierer See more »

Filming Locations:

Anniston, Alabama, USA See more »

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The behind the scenes making of this movie is featured on episode 3 of the pre-Youtube Dallas Texas cable access show "The Hypnotic Eye". See more »

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Guntown
Written and Performed by Alicja Trout
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Low budget, bizarre, what independent film-making is all about!
20 April 2006 | by litcitySee all my reviews

The other person who commented on this movie is absolutely correct. This is a low, LOW budget production that manages to be entertaining despite its economic handicaps. I've watched it three times (I got that same deal with the three other movies because a former friend of mine was in one of the "Witchcraft" atrocities) and I'm still not sure what it's all about. It is difficult to watch if you are hypnotized by the gloss of big budget Hollywood nonsense. If you can appreciate some kids going out with a few thousand dollars and a lot of crazy ideas, I suggest this as a nice alternative to the crap at the local movie theater.


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