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The Legend of Crazy George (2002)

Tommy wakes to find himself in Tennessee and in the possession of Crazy George's wallet. On the road and under the influence of whisky, weed and just a little bullshit, Tommy takes the ... See full summary »

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George Furman
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Credited cast:
Molly Barnes Molly Barnes ... Wrestling Groupie
Adam Brookfield Adam Brookfield ... Tommy Nash
Andrea Collins ... Carleen
Shane Cunningham Shane Cunningham ... Cecil
Colin Forsyth Colin Forsyth ... Man in Dungeon
Ken Gum Ken Gum ... Knox
Dave Johnson Dave Johnson ... Demon Redneck
Jimmy Kelley ... Rebel Storyteller
Rod Leach Rod Leach ... Donut Murder Victim
Charles Long Charles Long ... Alister, Dungon Master
Bob Mansfield Bob Mansfield ... Lyle
Ree James Merrill ... Pearl (as Ree Mitchell)
Dee Prince Dee Prince ... Mad Hatter
Debbie Rochon ... Crazy Bonnie
Richard Rodriguez Richard Rodriguez ... Torture King
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Tommy wakes to find himself in Tennessee and in the possession of Crazy George's wallet. On the road and under the influence of whisky, weed and just a little bullshit, Tommy takes the advice to return Crazy George's wallet - which may have been a stupid thing to do in this road movie through Hell, and places further South. Written by George Furman

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A roud moive through Hell and places further South

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Horror

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USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

4 December 2002 (USA) See more »

Filming Locations:

Cookeville, Tennessee, USA

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$44,000 (estimated)
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Thinking Monkey Films See more »
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A road movie through Hell and places further South
9 June 2005 | by gfurmanSee all my reviews

The Legend of Crazy George premiered at the Fearless Tales Film Festival. Audience members where fiercely divided, calling it a work or crap or a feat of genius. The film is an art house horror flick whose surrealism pushes the limits of the genre. Crazy George is three films in one. Designed as a riddle, the film takes advantage of the idea that owners of the DVD will watch and re-watch this cult classic until all three level of the the mystery are solved. No rerun blues with Crazy George.

On the surface Crazy George is all whiskey, weed, and just a little bull - with enough blood, guts and nudity to keep horror fans salivating. Under the surface lurk two more stories. A tale of guts and gore resting upon the spirit of Dante's Inferno, an examination of hell and the prospect of redemption. Even deeper is the third story, an examination of evil and the possibility that Crazy George might actually be real and like the Devil locked in a duel with God. As some cast and crew members will tell you, there are true stories hidden the film which need to be taken seriously and hidden properly from those who can not, shall not, will not understand.

Here are your hints: "Just because you choose not to see it doesn't mean its not there" and "With out the shedding of blood there can be no redemption."


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