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Trashology (2012)

College student Tracy (Laura Lee Black) has just received an assignment to write a report on her favorite film genre. In her research she discovers a book, now Tracy is taken into three ... See full summary »

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Gerica Horn ... Big Debbie / Laura / Larry / Ms. Green / Victim (as Rodney Horn)
Douglas Conner ... Melissa Couch / George
... Katrina Lizhope / Michael
Laura Lee Black ... Tracy
Angie Keeling ... Claudia
Jenny Coulter ... Beatrice
Sean Kasky ... Stan
Rachel Stout ... Ann
Kelli Ellis ... Helen
Fritz Dorton ... Damone
Joe Slack ... Quentin
Tammy Shields ... Peggy
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Brad Anderson ... Random Guy
Ryan Gunn ... Mr. Donavan
Nick Hans ... Joe Wong
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College student Tracy (Laura Lee Black) has just received an assignment to write a report on her favorite film genre. In her research she discovers a book, now Tracy is taken into three interlocking tales of the unexpected. First in THE VAT, two women (Jenny Coulter / Rodney Horn) are harassed by a religious fanatic (Angie Keeling) about their worldly ways. When the bible thumping hypocrite threatens violence, chaos takes it's toll. Next in BIG DEBBIE, a robust woman (Rodney Horn) is abandoned at the altar, she runs into two guys that use her to fulfill their odd sexual fetish. When one accidentally dies, they're forced to get rid of the body... the only problem: a woman on the edge (Rachel Stout) witnesses the ditching and blackmails them into killing her cheating girlfriend (Kelli Ellis). Finally in INGLOURIOUS BITCHES, a quirky pair of female vigilantes (Douglas Conner / Brian Dorton) use an app on a cellphone to track down and murder sex offenders. Written by A. Nonymous

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The Bowels Of Cinema Just Got An Enema

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$20,000 (estimated)
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John Waters would be proud
9 December 2012 | by See all my reviews

This film is the reason why I think therapy is highly recommended. Trust me, after the 3 stories we get to see the closing moments with Tracy and her male friend, and they do something that is so vile and disgusting that I cannot even begin to describe how absolutely bizarre it came across as. John Waters himself would love this film, but I think he would hate himself afterwards for knowing he inspired this wave of film. This film without question is not for everyone and would more than likely offend anyone who watches it. But, the film was well written and very unpredictable. And, when you have Manoush singing your theme song, you almost know that this ride is going to be something that either you are going to praise and talk about a lot, or never tell a soul what you watched and when your whole house is empty rewatch it. This film is John Waters for 2012, and I absolutely had fun with it and think that people who are in the mood for a slice of the perverse would love this film as well. John Waters would really be proud.


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