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Pelt (2010)

| Comedy, Horror
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Sudden, gory, death, hides behind every bush. When beautiful Jennifer and her friends embark on a backpacking excursion deep into the woods, they come chest to chest with an evil as old as ... See full summary »

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Richard Swindell
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Cast

Cast overview:
Justin Welborn ... John
Travis Goodman ... Mark
Matthew Robinson Matthew Robinson ... Mike
Ashley Watkins ... Jenny
Amber Marie Bollinger Amber Marie Bollinger ... Jessica (as Amber Bollinger)
Sarah Zurell Sarah Zurell ... Debbie
Ryan Boone Ryan Boone ... Tad
Shawn Williamson Shawn Williamson ... Woodsman
Larry Laliberte Larry Laliberte ... Lumberjack
Glenn Gork Glenn Gork ... Biker
Chris Oneliner Chris Oneliner ... Gas Station Attendant
Teryl Schwartz Teryl Schwartz ... Biker
Phineas Ferreboeuf Phineas Ferreboeuf ... Extra
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Sudden, gory, death, hides behind every bush. When beautiful Jennifer and her friends embark on a backpacking excursion deep into the woods, they come chest to chest with an evil as old as the trees. Listen...above the crackling of the campfire...is that the sound of a twig snapping or your best girlfriend's neck? The interlopers discover that when the locals warn you not to trespass, it's a warning you should heed. Written by Production

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Comedy | Horror

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Country:

USA

Language:

English

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Reelistic Pictures See more »
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Tad: Everybody's a little bit gay, right?
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No animal was harmed in the making of this film, but a lot of people got really, really drunk. No kidding, they were wasted. See more »

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References Deliverance (1972) See more »

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Humble Bee
Written by Brian Abell
Produced and Performed by Texas Riffles and Rob Hill
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This is a classic film to have great laughs with friends....
27 July 2015 | by avo4077See all my reviews

The B-horror movie seems to be going away. Long gone are the days of picking up a couple of "scary" movies from your local video store, buying some beer and inviting friends over to pick the movie apart. Today's B-horror either tries to be B-horror(thus losing the charm) or is so terrible and boring that there is nothing to make fun of. This film is the best laugh I have had in a while. It is just interesting enough to keep you keep watching and although I feel it does make fun of itself purposely on a couple of occasions, it is just serious enough to get the laughs going. For a B-movie to be funny, the golden rule is that the audience feels that the director has a masterpiece on his hands. No spoilers here: but the best laughs come from the bar scene in the beginning of the movie(particularly the "John" character), then later a female who keeps having a pain and describes it in detail, a certain character's sleeping apparel, the best stereotype of a yuppie jock in horror movie history(seriously) and the flying ax. That is just to name a few. Invite friends over, pour some refreshments and enjoy. This is as good as it gets for horror fun at the film's expense.


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