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  • Actors: Matt Frewer, Joey Beck, Wes Bentley, Raoul Bhaneja, Greg Bryk
  • Directors: Allan Moyle
  • Producers: Nicholas Tabarrok
  • Format: PAL
  • Region: Region 2 (This DVD may not be viewable outside Europe. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 16:9 - 2.35:1
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Classification: 15
  • Studio: Contender
  • DVD Release Date: 10 Mar. 2008
  • Run Time: 90 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 3.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (5 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B000XJF07Q
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 60,683 in DVD & Blu-ray (See Top 100 in DVD & Blu-ray)

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Comedy from director Allan Moyle. The small Northern town of Weedsville is crammed with freaky oddballs, strange occurrences, and not a lot of ambition. Dexter (Scott Speedman) and Royce (Wes Bentley) are your typical disaffected slackers. Chances are they would have continued to drift through life in a dope-filled haze if Matilda (Taryn Manning), Royce's girlfriend, hadn't OD'd on their 'borrowed' stash. Knowing that calling the cops will only land them in jail, Dexter and Royce decide the only thing to do is bury her in the basement of the Drive-In theatre that's closed for the winter. Their plan would have worked too, if they didn't happen to stumble upon a Satanic cult in the midst of performing a ritual sacrifice. That's the bad news. The good news is that somehow Matilda wakes from her coma and in the distraction she and the boys manage to escape. But the Satanists think they brought Matilda back from the dead, and now they want her back.

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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By THE MOVIE GUY on 15 Sept. 2013
Format: DVD
The movie starts out letting us know 2 guys are going to break into a home, then it goes into a flashback to one week earlier. These two men, Dexter and Royce (Scott Speedman, Wes Bentley) owe $1700 to a drug dealer (Raoul Bhaneja), but can't pay. Rather than getting their thumbs broken, they agree to sell drugs for him. Bently's girlfriend is also a $50 escort, but not a hooker. She has an idea. She knows a rich guy who is sick and out of town. His house will be empty for a week, and she knows the combination to his safe. They simply go in and take the money and pay off the drug dealer.

Bam! Next scene, the girl (Taryn Manning) is on the floor dead. She OD by taking all the dope the guys were supposed to sell. At this point I am hooked on the movie. Kudos. Now I am wondering why her picture is on the cover? Is this another Steven Seagal in "Executive Decision?" They opt to bury the dead hooker in the basement of a building (drive-in movie) they were formally employed. While they are digging a hole in the dirt basement floor, a group of Satanists, including their former employer(Matt Frewer), is performing a human sacrifice upstairs. Time to hit the pause button, take another hit, and think about what is happening and where this is going.

Okay after a few mispronounced "ave satanas" chants, some spilled blood and our dead hooker is alive and in a quick cat fight with a girl (Maggie Castle) in a plaid "school girl" skirt.

Not being the brightest bulbs in the pack they opt to rob the deserted house only to find it is not only deserted, but they forgot to bring the paper with the combination on it. At one point our duo is held captive by a midget mall cop (Jordan Prentice who was Howard T. Duck). I think you get the idea. Cult movie.

MF, F-bomb, adult themes, a little bit of drug use (just every other scene), no nudity, Canadian.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By brutal on 19 Sept. 2012
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the problem with todays movies is you know whats gonna happen in the movie even before you watch it, and i like movies that are really random to watch and you dont know whats going to happen and this movie is random not as random as some movies ive watched but i enjoyed it, its funny in places but not too intense like some other drug related movies.I like this because you cant predict the ending you dont know whats going to happen and i would rather watch this film that watch another boring man in costume saves day = marvel comic movies
hot man + hot woman + fall in love + oh no something happens fall out of love + made up in love again = rom com etc etc etc
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By rollypolymaster3000 on 24 Jun. 2011
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randomly watched this on sky indie one night and i loved it, its not hugely halirious although there are a few really funny scenes, i just loved this film because it was so engrossing it looks amazing and is well acted and kept my attention throughout this could be the workings of one of my favourite films, i would highly recomment this
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By darius on 30 Jan. 2013
Format: DVD Verified Purchase
This is not a well known film.

I think it is great but it just depends on your own preference

I would recommend it.
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3 of 9 people found the following review helpful By Mr. Den Browne on 19 Dec. 2008
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I bought this on the strength of a good review in the usually reliable Fortean Times, but I've got to say its an absolute clunker. I didn't laugh or even smile once the 1st time I watched, so stuck it on again next time a few friends were round, but same result.

The tone is set early on by a lingering shot of the "Weirdsville" signpost, but hey! some wacky dude has changed it to "Weedsville" - oh please man, my ribs are still hurting... After a while this "pause for laughter" becomes very annoying - not just because its all so unfunny, but because its the first indication of the scorn the makers of this film have for their audience.

I can imagine the pitch at the production meeting for this film. "Hey, remember how all those stupid stoned hippies used to fork out for the Cheech'n'Chong movies, however crap they were? Lets do something like that...". So basically we get a lot of ploddingly obvious humour, usually signposted beforehand in a "Hey Kids Laugh Here" way. This reaches a total nadir in the form of the wacky medieval dwarf pirates, who've crawled straight out of the Monty Python reject bin.

Initially I was kindly disposed to the film when it becomes apparent that the 2 stoner heroes have moved on somewhat from the innocent bongs'n'munchies world of Cheech & Chong, & grapple with harder, nastier drugs as well. I thought it was quite brave to "keep it real" in a comedy film - but all credibility is lost when 1 of the guys goes off to rehab & returns, totally cured, within days. After that, the plot is basically a series of excuses for set-ups of "wacky scenes" & introducing characters like the Weedman, who are clearly meant to be "cool" but fail miserably.
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