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Evil Cult (2003)

Not Rated | | Action, Comedy, Horror | 11 November 2003 (USA)
Tough-as-nails adventurer, Neil Stryker, faces immeasurable odds in this madcap comedy bloodbath when he comes face to face with an EVIL CULT! Armed with a bag of tricks, Stryker unleashes ... See full summary »

Directors:

Neil Taylor, Rob Taylor (co-director)
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Cast

Credited cast:
Matt Zak Matt Zak ... Nigel
Greg Gosser Greg Gosser ... Walter
Kyle Day Kyle Day ... Winston P. Eppleton
Bryna Smith Bryna Smith ... Sister Bethany
Chris Howcroft Chris Howcroft ... Brother Luis
Jim Riehl Jim Riehl ... Brother Stephen
Allen Taylor Allen Taylor ... Cedric
Neth Rose Neth Rose ... Ben
Katie Ewing Katie Ewing ... The Girl
Nic Costa ... Cult Victim
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Rob Taylor ... Neil Stryker
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Storyline

Tough-as-nails adventurer, Neil Stryker, faces immeasurable odds in this madcap comedy bloodbath when he comes face to face with an EVIL CULT! Armed with a bag of tricks, Stryker unleashes the pain on Walter, the cult leader, and his brainwashed followers. Written by Neil Taylor

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Taglines:

When you can't join 'em, kill 'em.

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Action | Comedy | Horror

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Not Rated
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Trivia

When Neil Stryker looks out the window, the four cult members out there in the garden are the directors; two of Neil Taylor and two of Rob Taylor, using split screening. See more »

Quotes

Neil Stryker: Uhh, okay, yeah, gimmie two soft tacos and a large diet grape soda.
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Crazy Credits

After the end credits, Walter comes back for one last laugh. See more »

Connections

References 2001: A Space Odyssey (1968) See more »

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Top Notch Movie Featuring Teddy Ruxpin
3 April 2007 | by gyromindSee all my reviews

As with any film featuring the likes of Teddy Ruxpin, this once receives nothing but the highest of accolades from me. Though Teddy Ruxpin's part is quite small in this film, it is a highly concentrated burst of cinematic magic. This arises mostly from the fact that Teddy plays a full-fledged evil character, as opposed to the oft seen creepy good-guy role. Any way you look at it, however, it's movie gold.

Now I would have given this movie the same glowing review if the other 87 minutes without Teddy Ruxpin were just a video of my coworkers baby spitting all over itself. But that's not the case! It turns out the non Teddy Ruxpin parts are equally good! It's a really funny low budget flick that any horror fan would enjoy. It recalls a time when horror-comedies were the medium of choice for indie filmmakers looking to entertain, and this stands right up alongside some of those earlier offerings.

I'd recommend this to anyone interested in independent cinema, but moreover I'd say that all aspiring filmmakers should check this out as it's a great representation of what you can do when you're creative and you don't have that much money.


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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

11 November 2003 (USA) See more »

Filming Locations:

Oregon City, Oregon, USA

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Budget:

$15,000 (estimated)
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Taylor Twin Pictures See more »
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Sound Mix:

Stereo

Color:

Color
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