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Never Been Thawed (2005)

R | | Comedy | 15 April 2005 (USA)
Shawn is the founder of the Mesa Frozen Entree Enthusiasts Club. He has inspired this group of fanatical collectors to attempt to host the world's first Frozen Entree Enthusiasts Convention... See full summary »


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Cast overview, first billed only:
Greg Behrendt ... Stan
Kent Voss Kent Voss ... Dan
Sean Anders ... Shawn
Mike Gordon Mike Gordon ... Vince
Blair Arndt Blair Arndt ... Male Dental Patient
Allen Zwolle Allen Zwolle ... Al (as Al Zwolle)
Shelly Frasier ... Shelly / TTY Operator
John Angelo John Angelo ... Milo
Scott Isham Scott Isham ... Scott (as S. Joseph Isham)
John Morris John Morris ... Chris
Marco Davanzo Marco Davanzo ... Comic Store Owner
C.J. Cotton C.J. Cotton ... Alana
Nate Bandow Nate Bandow ... I've Done It
Stephen D. Doerr Stephen D. Doerr ... A-Hole The Clown / Christers Drummer
Mary Beth Rudy Mary Beth Rudy ... Waitress


Shawn is the founder of the Mesa Frozen Entree Enthusiasts Club. He has inspired this group of fanatical collectors to attempt to host the world's first Frozen Entree Enthusiasts Convention. Shawn also sings for a local punk band that has recently converted to Christian Rock as they find the Christian fans much easier to shock and impress. Milo Binder, a local Christian rock promoter and owner of an anti-abortion themed Christian cafe, assisted the band's conversion. As Shawn pursues the convention and Christian fame, Al (the bass player) pursues Shelly. Shelly is a mousy virgin who's infatuation with Shawn may be more than AL can overcome. NBT is a dark, edgy warts-and-all comedy that leaves nothing sacred. Written by Anonymous

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Frozen Entree Collectors? Christian Rockers? ...are you dorks serious?



Motion Picture Rating (MPAA)

Rated R for pervasive language including sexual references


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Release Date:

15 April 2005 (USA) See more »

Filming Locations:

Mesa, Arizona, USA See more »


Box Office


$35,000 (estimated)

Opening Weekend USA:

$7,048, 17 April 2005, Limited Release

Gross USA:

$46,812, 23 October 2005
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Company Credits

Production Co:

Slippery Chicken Pictures See more »
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Technical Specs



Aspect Ratio:

2.35 : 1
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Sean Anders'feature directorial debut See more »

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It is what it is... A great MOCKumentary
12 July 2006 | by TimM-40See all my reviews

For those who argue about the low production value and the jumpy camera, or the unrealistic portrayal of American hobby/interest collectors know this:

1- The production value IS low and IS consistent with the premise of the movie- which is a hilarious look at America's subcultures through the eyes of those who belong to them. If you have ever seen "Trekkies" (1997), you might appreciate this movie a little more. "Trekkies" is a real Documentary that tells the story of how people shape their lives and values around the various Star Trek movies, TV shows, and characters. In fact, "Trekkies" had a very similar production value to "Never Been Thawed." The low production value helps provide some realism to both movies. Could you imagine this with a couple million dollars in budget? I don't think the movie would have had as great of an impact on the viewer.

2- These kinds of people, believe it or not, do exist. Just go on Ebay and check it out- Whether its frozen food, action figures or chewed bubble gum, There is always someone who is interested.

3- In the end it is still just a movie. A movie that pokes fun at a piece of our culture that many don't realize exists

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