starring: Jett Bryant, Madeline Brumby and Paul McComiskey
They are one rouge biker gang of five whose love for murder and rape had gone beyond the four borders of acceptance, going as far as murdering a van load of priests and nuns early on in the movie, a crime too much even for a rival biker gang, Satan's Own. But showing that they hold no care on what other peeps think, they massacred an entire bar under proprieties by said rival gang,and now is on a road trip to hell as they continue their massacre to the deepest parts of the South Georgia woods.
|Arseholes til the end. |
Good thing I fell no remorse rooting for cryptids!
Dear God No! is definitely not your friendly grindhouse movie (as if there's such a thing). In vein of the nastiest number of splatter movies and 70s nihilistic tone, Dear God No! is a drive-in feel-flick that tramples on one taboo to the next, with much amateurish gore and craziness to enjoy or hate.
From beginning to end, the whole movie is cheesily acted with very little character to root for, making it a test of patience with all of the nasties the hooligans put their victims through, but there's no denying the film's taste on practical effects and editing is fun to notice. What it lacked on solid story-telling, made-up with nasty numbers of child murder, old people murder, cop murder, nun murders, necrophilia, drug use, home invasion, nazis, biker mayhem, preggie rapes and murders, abortion, bigfoot kills, etc. It's so absurd that it's hard not to enjoy it as a silly white trash pile of offensive gore shots to the next, and let me tell you, there is plenty. Nearly the whole movie felt like a cheaper yet pumped-up version of the carnage The Devil's Rejects had pulled off, but in the last few minutes, where the monster arrives, it swapped off the biker-horror and tapped in Bigfoot slashers in vein of Night of The Demon and even the multi-hybrid Demonwarp, with our furry friend showing off gut pulling, disembowelment, and a nice mouth mutilation to give this guys their just desserts.
|Remember cringing at Inside's Cesarean scene?|
Do it again everytime she took a stabbing. Yikes.
So is Dear God No! a good movie? In a sense, it's not. It's damn evil, bad taste in every corner and meaningless violence and taboos all through the way. But you know what? I don't care. I'm up for any silly monstrosity that comes in my way so long as I can have fun watching it! Violent as it may, there's nothing like it either and it holds its bar high enough to go beyond the acceptable and the tame. What the heck, go see it if you don't believe me, but be warned. There are no due-overs and the contents may tend to scar. Deeply scar!
1 male seen hanged
2 female seen murdered
1 female disemboweled with a running motorbike wheel
1 female mutilated, blood splash seen
1 male repeatedly stabbed, switchblade thrown to head
1 female had her throat cut with switchblade
10 males and 4 females shot dead
4 males and 1 female gunned down with tommy gun
1 female shot on the head
1 male had his chest shot open with shotgun
1 male shot on the neck, gunned down
1 male shot on the head
1 boy shot
1 pregnant female disemboweled with knife
1 male torn in half
1 male had his mouth torn apart, split in half
1 male had his head clawed off
1 male repeatedly shot on the head
1 male repeatedly shot
1 male shot himself on the head, disemboweled
1 female set ablaze
1 male disemboweled and strangled by his own guts
1 female had her head clawed off