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Blue Mountain State: The Rise of Thadland (2016)

When the Dean of Blue Mountain State threatens to sell the Goat House, Alex throws Thad the party of his dreams in an effort to get him to buy it.

Director:

Lev L. Spiro

Writers:

Eric Falconer, Chris Romano (as Romanski) | 1 more credit »
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Cast

Cast overview, first billed only:
Alan Ritchson ... Thad Castle
Darin Brooks ... Alex Moran
James Cade ... Harmon Tedesco
Rob Ramsay Rob Ramsay ... Donnie Schrab
Chris Romano ... Sammy Cacciatore (as Romanski)
Frankie Shaw ... Mary Jo Cacciatore
Omari Newton ... Larry Summers
Ed Marinaro ... Coach Marty Daniels
Dhani Jones ... Dhani Jones
Ed Amatrudo ... Dean Olivares
Jimmy Tatro ... Dick Dawg
Brittany Ann Boudreault Brittany Ann Boudreault ... Amber
Katelynn Derengowski Katelynn Derengowski ... Stephanie (as Kate Derengowski)
Hudson Shank Hudson Shank ... Young Thad
Lindsey Sporrer ... Holly
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When the Dean of Blue Mountain State threatens to sell the Goat House, Alex throws Thad the party of his dreams in an effort to get him to buy it.

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Genres:

Comedy | Sport

Motion Picture Rating (MPAA)

Rated R for strong crude and sexual content, drug use and language throughout, and some graphic nudity. | See all certifications »

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Official Sites:

Official Facebook | Official Site

Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

2 February 2016 (USA) See more »

Also Known As:

Blue Mountain State Thadland'in Yükselisi See more »

Filming Locations:

Wilmington, North Carolina, USA See more »

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Color

Aspect Ratio:

2.35 : 1
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Trivia

The movie is expected to be released this September according to Romanski's (Sammy) Twitter. See more »

Crazy Credits

There is about a minute and a half at the end of the credits that list the names of the Kickstarter backers. See more »

Connections

References Halo: Combat Evolved (2001) See more »

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Does for the Series what Serenity did for Firefly...
2 February 2016 | by giberoutatimeSee all my reviews

.... in that it gives closure on an awesome TV show in a more entertaining than expected fashion. Fans will love it!

Granted it's not all exactly the same. Different Goathouse, not all the cast is there (but more than I expected really) and it's just not the same without Rev Theory, but other than that....

DUDE! This is what fans have been waiting for!!! Thad was only a supporting character on the show at first and like Urkel on steroids (or rabies) he immediately became the star of the show and thus the center of the movie. But really Thad is BMS! And his story is our story. Only with more sloots.

The trailer only covers like the first half hour of the movie so there is much more to see I promise. We do see what has become of the other characters... Larry for instance. Radon and even Craig Shilo make an appearance. Coach has an interesting little plot line that is pulled from the headlines. Donnie has an arc of sorts... Sammy and Mary Jo are there and I dare say even Alex gets a sort of closure. But remember... This all takes place before the start of the season so there is plenty of room to add future BMS adventures!

It's not perfect but it's better than we could've hoped for, waaaaay more graphic than Spike would allow (language, full frontal sloots) and drug use galore!!! If you get past the party scenes the story picks up a bit more and there are even a couple of their trademark film spoofs. Alan Ritchson has made a name for himself doing a variety of film roles but will always be known as Thad Castle. He's a producer on this piece and hat's off to him and the whole team who kept the dream alive and made this awesome film. Watching the behind the scenes stuff on YouTube really makes one realize how limited they were filming; I'm glad they pulled it off. Kudos.

THADLAND is a must see for any true BMS fan and gives the characters and this world the over-the-top; egotistical; insane yet cathartic send off that the show never could. God Bless America and God Bless Blue Mountain State!


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