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Return of the Beast

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Several years before Quentin Tarantino and Robert Rodriguez conceived "Grindhouse" as an homage to drive-in movies, Rick Montana and exploitation great Dave Friedman developed the idea to do just that with two "creature features". Thus "Search for the Beast" and "Return of the Beast" were born. They are not "Matrix" or any other multi-million dollar special effects epic. "Return of the Beast" was created to be a drive-in movie feature and succeeds on every level. It is a humorous, racey, redneck romp, filled with hungry hillbilly cannibals, bountiful boobage, tumultuous tittillation, and awesome aardvarking! It's best seen with your best girl in the back seat of a '62 ...

  • DirectorRick Montana
  • Runtime: 1 hr 20 min
  • StudioArledge Productions
  • QualityHD
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Return of the Beast
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REAL Exploitation Movie-Making is Alive and Well.

To put this movie in some perspective, I'm going to veer off in the Wayback Machine to some film history. Back as far as the 1920's, film makers realized that through the craft of making movies, they wielded great power to shock, titillate and MAKE BIG money. The public's hunger for spectacle and controversy- both good and bad, created the movie genre we know today as "Exploitation." These films were typified by their low budgets, amateur casts, hit-and-miss special effects and over-the-top violence or sex or BOTH.During the 60's and 70's indie film crews churned these films out by the thousands and many directors and producers made a big ...

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