Dear God No! Oh YES!

Dear God No!Dear God No! is a tribute to a lost regional drive-in film from 1976 that doesn’t rely heavily on computer gimmicks, and cuts to the core of what made these low-budget films shockingly fun.

Shot entirely on SUPER 16MM Fuji film and using equipment from the era, Dear God No! is a drive-in & grindhouse lovers dream. No pretty actors- just a rocking original soundtrack, bikers, babes and blood, and as many naked breasts as the script would allow.

Outlaw motorcycle gang The Impalers tri-state rape and murder spree ended in a bloody massacre with rival club Satan’s Own. The surviving members sought refuge in a secluded cabin deep in the North Georgia mountains. What first must of seemed like easy prey for a home invasion, became a living nightmare of depravity and violence. A young innocent girl being held captive may hold the key to the twisted secrets locked in the basement and the killing machine feasting on human flesh in the forest outside.

Dear God No!


· All new Grindhouse Cut of the feature (UK Exclusive)
· Exclusive full colour booklet featuring the words of director James Bickert and graphic illustrator Tom Hodge, production stills, and more
· Audio Commentary with Writer/Director James Bickert and composer Richard Davis
· Audio Commentary with actors Jett Bryant, Madeline Brumby and Shane Morton
· UK Theatrical trailer
· Redband Trailer
· Behind the Scenes Gag Reel
· Poster and Still Slideshow
· Zombie Parody
· Torture Porn Parody
· Vlog the Magnificent at The Dear God No! World Premiere
· Easter Eggs
· Animated short featuring two of the characters from the film (UK Exclusive

Dear God No! is a brand new biker/horror/sexploitation feature written & directed by exploitation aficionado James Bickert, released on DVD in the UK by Monster Pictures UK on 14 January 2013.

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Alex Humphrey

Alex studied film at the University of Kent and went on to work for Universal Pictures in their Post Room gaining an inside look at the movie industry from the very bottom. Constantly writing reviews in everything from local magazines to Hip Hop sites Alex honed his critical skills even spending a brief period as a restaurant critic. Read more

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