The scene where Dave asks, "Who's afraid of goats?" and Black Jack retorts, "I ain't afraid a no goats!" is an homage to Ernie Hudson in the original Ghostbusters (1984) when he says, "I ain't afraid a no ghost." See more »
This movie could be a cult classic. It is one of the low budget films that I had never heard of. It was a real tripped-out story that had murder after murder. It was pretty gory with lots of messed up but funny antics which start right from the beginning. It is day one of the new guy's job working as a clerk in a hardware store gone bad. The dude (Dave) is really having just the worst day of his life...and is stuck working with all kinds of crazy fools and characters who are all just looking out for themselves..
The movie is hilarious. And the murdering does not stop. I was into it from the very start because the movie jumps into the action immediately. I think this is one of those movies that starts off as one that you never hear about but then builds up a fan base over time, but this is a movie that could really end up being a classic. Once you start watching it, you cant quit.
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