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M.R.F.D (2013)

In the near future all entertainment has become now banned by censors. To get some adrenaline kicks, some of the people are experiencing on the outside of the law. Mr Rape is one of those ... See full summary »

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Nick Box (as Nik Box)

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Nick Box (as Nik Box)
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Nick Box Nick Box ... Uncle Sid TV (as Gerald Steel)
Scarlet Brooke Scarlet Brooke ... Victim
Pete Spreadz Pete Spreadz ... Mr. Rape
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In the near future all entertainment has become now banned by censors. To get some adrenaline kicks, some of the people are experiencing on the outside of the law. Mr Rape is one of those people, getting orders from an old TV set, he goes into a house to rape a woman repeatedly. What he didn't expect was her revenge. Written by cradlefilth_88

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Short | Horror

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Country:

UK

Language:

English

Release Date:

21 March 2013 (UK) See more »

Also Known As:

Mr Rapes First Date See more »

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Budget:

£100 (estimated)
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Oh, dear!
31 May 2014 | by DVD_ConnoisseurSee all my reviews

I love independent cinema and I've always been a staunch supporter of home-grown talent.

Unfortunately, my first viewing from Dead Good Films Like Productions did not fill me with confidence for this studio's product. Perhaps indie cinema is best left to the US where the likes of Dustin Mills, Fred Vogel, Adam Ahlbrandt and many other talented individuals deliver something new and exciting to the genre.

Mr. Rape's First Date is embarrassingly bad. Amateurish in the extreme, without any redeeming features and clearly filmed around Blackpool (which doesn't resemble an apocalyptic wasteland), this is one that's best left alone. It's trying desperately to be arty in black and white but just looks cheap and nasty (and bad "nasty" at that).

I made the school boy error of investing in the limited edition blu-ray. Rubbish just looks twice as bad in high-definition. In future, I'll be less adventurous and listen to the warnings and fellow genre fans before pulling the trigger.

3 out of 10, simply because I'm feeling generous.


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