101 min., 1999
Written by William Hellfire/Todd Russell/Mick Leo/Joey Smack
Directed by William Hellfire/Joey Smack
My rating: ★★★★★
It’s so terrible it’s great!
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The story follows the events of the Columbine High School massacre that happened one year earlier. You have the two “teens” that can’t take the abuse any longer and start shooting up the school. You see there is Derwin (William Hellfire) and his friend Derick (Joey Smack), both of with are neo-Nazis and the rest of the school treats them like crap. Among the other students are the “stereotypical” jocks, pretty girl, they guy obsessed with his car and even a bible thumper. As the movie moves along the two characters are picked on and while that is going on they are buying guns and creating bombs. This goes on until the final confrontation where they start killing off the asshole students.
The acting is actually really terrible in the movie and there is very little in a way that I can defend it, then again the movie seems to not be taking itself all that serious to begin with so I guess it still works. The best of the bunch, really big fucking surprise here, is Misty Mundae who plays the bible girl. Normally she is on the other side of the fence but this time around it’s really fun to hear her talking about how great God is. As an added bonus she looking really cute the way they have her dressed up. It really does suit her well.
The effects…well…yeah. That’s about all I can say about them.
One of the best parts about this movie is the character names. The jock names are, Spam Jock (Michael Ovum) and Benchpress (Ryan Trimmer). There is also the Play Girl (Lilly Tiger), Car Kid (Chris Perez) and finally Bible Girl. Yep that is Misty Mundae playing a God loving girl. It’s just great. Now there are a number of problems with this movie, the overall acting, the really cheap look and the bad effects, but after a little while you kinda forget about that and start to enjoy the ride. Everything is taken over the top, from how the parents watch their kids to the “brave” principle who is hitting on the students. It’s a fun movie if you can just let go of the bad.Have You Read...?