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A Slice of Terror (2004)

Pizza delivery boy and part time janitor gets revenge on high school bullies who humiliated him in the courtyard playground.

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Michael Haboush

Writer:

Michael Haboush
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Cast

Credited cast:
Justin Ackerman Justin Ackerman ... Ryan
The Amazing Robaire The Amazing Robaire ... The Amazing Robaire
John Baumgartner John Baumgartner ... Oscar
Jackson Brown ... Stosh
Chris Catcher Chris Catcher ... Young Mr. Motherlode
Anthony Cozad Anthony Cozad ... Victim
Victor Erd Victor Erd ... Meyer
Michael Haboush Michael Haboush ... Zaffo
Jeremy Hicks Jeremy Hicks ... Darrin
Adam Holland Adam Holland ... Casper
Arthur Huber Arthur Huber ... Aspen
Danielle Jones Danielle Jones ... Violet
Sarah Lovell Sarah Lovell ... Jasmine
Maurice Maxwell Maurice Maxwell ... Principal Pollywacker
Justin McFarlane Justin McFarlane ... Ivan
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Storyline

Large pizza with pepperoni, sausage, green pepper, onions and DEATH! Terror is served up piping hot as the main entrée from Thick'N'Long's Pizza in this teen horror comedy digital video. Other side dishes of humiliation, nudity, hypnotism, sex, teens with bad boundaries, fast cars, sarcastic students, murder, pizza cutters, more sex, group sex and an cameo appearance by Bobby Trendy are delivered in this tale of retribution. The story revolves around Zaffo, a part-time janitor, part-time pizza delivery man who has a history of being abused at work by his employer, Mr Boutiques and by co-worker Aspen and by several customers. A group of teens force Zaffo to engage in homoerotic degradation at the schoolyard, the last straw in Zaffo's level of tolerance. After consulting a psychic (the Amazing Robaire) and getting advice from an outrageously effeminate and gay pizza customer (in a cameo by Bobby Trendy), Zaffo "delivers" payback to his therapist who he forces to cast on spell on the ... Written by Michael Haboush

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Now you know what it feels like to be humiliated

Genres:

Horror | Comedy

Certificate:

R

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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

28 November 2004 (USA) See more »

Filming Locations:

Aberdeen, Washington, USA See more »

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Budget:

$950,000 (estimated)
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Richard Anthony Films See more »
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Technical Specs

Sound Mix:

Stereo

Color:

Color

Aspect Ratio:

1.33 : 1
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L.J. McFarland-Groves
19 February 2007 | by ljmcfarlandSee all my reviews

Sometimes there are movies that are just so bad they're funny or campy, like those of Ed Wood. This isn't one of them. It's embarrassing and painful. My comments would have stopped there except IMDb.com insists a review have a minimum of ten lines and therefore I will include the following; Don't waste your time. Don't waste your money. Don't bother trying to find anything redeeming about this movie. I bet the actors have never admitted to being in this, even when they're drunk. To fill up the remaining 5 lines I can only repeat myself.Sometimes there are movies that are just so bad they're funny or campy, like those of Ed Wood. This isn't one of them. It's embarrassing and painful. My comments would have stopped there except IMDb.com insists a review have a minimum of ten lines and therefore I will include the following; Don't waste your time. Don't waste your money. Don't bother trying to find anything redeeming about this movie.


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