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Gimme Skelter (2007)

The (possible) son of Charles Manson chooses Banion Cross, NM (population 67), as the town that is going to die to get Daddy's attention.


Scott Phillips


Scott Phillips

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Cast overview, first billed only:
Kenneth J. Hall ... Calver Weems
Cassandra Bengfort Cassandra Bengfort ... Jimmy Regal's Foxy Lady
Christal Rael Christal Rael ... Jimmy Regal's Foxy Lady
Patrick D. Quinn Patrick D. Quinn ... Jimmy Regal's Patron
John R.P. Hastings John R.P. Hastings ... Jimmy Regal's Patron
Fernando Gonzales Fernando Gonzales ... Jimmy Regal's Patron
Paul Alsing Paul Alsing ... Jimmy Regal's Patron / Grocery Store Customer (as Paul M. Alsing)
Sam Barber Sam Barber ... Jimmy Regal's Patron (as Sammy Barber)
D. Ryan Mowry D. Ryan Mowry ... Jimmy Regal's Patron / Cell Phone Guy (as Ryan Mowry)
Scott Denning Scott Denning ... Jimmy Regal's Patron
Kell Niedbala Kell Niedbala ... Trish the Bartender
Ochressandro Rettinger Ochressandro Rettinger ... Bouncer
Kerri Daube Kerri Daube ... Little Delilah (as Ashley Bryce)
Mark Chavez Mark Chavez ... Todd
Jillian Parry Jillian Parry ... Jonda


The (possible) son of Charles Manson chooses Banion Cross, NM (population 67), as the town that is going to die to get Daddy's attention.

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It's the Family business.





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1 December 2007 (USA) See more »

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New Mexico, USA

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Independent Film With A Good Idea
31 December 2008 | by gavin6942See all my reviews

"Gimme Skelter" is the story of Charles Manson's illegitimate son who has decided to start a family of his own. Like his father, this family will thrive on murder and sex, culminating in one night of complete chaos.

This film comes to us thanks to Scott Phillips, the writer and director. While I am not familiar with his work, his resume shows that he is a veteran of independent film. Ending up with Halo 8 is the perfect home for him, as they've been distributing some of the best independent and low-budget films for years.

What will likely draw people in to this film are cult icons Trent Haaga and Gunnar Hansen, and rightfully so. Both men do fine work, as we'd expect. I was not drawn in to the movie immediately, but Gunnar's inclusion pushed my interest to a new level. It should be said, however, that these are not the only two people worth paying attention to.

There is plenty of sex and gore to be found in this film, much of it within the first few minutes. If that's what you're looking for (and I imagine it may be if you're an independent horror fan) you shouldn't be disappointed. Perky breasts and flowing crimson are available here.

My only concern with this film was it's ability to hold my interest. Now, granted, I was drinking cheap box wine and it was late into the night by the time I was watching this one... but aside from the blood and sex, there was little that held my interest. A second viewing may clear this problem up, but it's hard to say. Not the worst of the independent films -- not even close -- but could use improvement, as well.

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