Both Robert Ben Garant and Thomas Lennon had complete creative freedom and wanted the movie to be "pointless". The film has a very small budget and the cast mainly did their roles with little to no pay. See more »
When the cops are interrogating them in their home with Marjorie and F'Resnel, Jack turns his head to look at Vanessa, but is cut off before fully turning his head by the next shot-the next shot is his head looking straight forward. See more »
Here's the low-balling the seller and still getting $50,000 off after the home inspection.
[hi-five each other]
We could paint this place today, sell it tomorrow, and still make money.
Yes, we could. I love you, Jack Watson.
I love you. Now, let me carry you over that goddamn threshold.
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I loved this movie. If you go in expecting some big budget plot driven parody you'll be disappointed. What you get is sketch based comedy where the absurd situations are purely reasons for the characters to improv some hilarious one liners. These guys can all deadpan with the best of 'em and the whole movie is played that way perfectly. Bonus love if you are from the south and familiar with Cajun cuisine and stereotypes. There is gore, over the top gore but the movie is not based around that nor does it derive it's comedy from the gross factor. I have no doubt that time will be kind to this movie and it will get cult status, there are so many great quotes for it not to have a long life. I hope it makes enough money so the writers and actors can make more improv based deadpan insanity.
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