Pete’s Peek | Dear God No! is biker-horror-sexploitation heaven

THE STORY
Following a bloody fallout with their mob boss dad, two biker brothers and their sadistic Impalers gang invade the secluded cabin of a crazy scientist and his glum daughter. But they soon regret it when they unwittingly become guinea pigs in the scientist’s latest genetic experiment, while a sasquatch starts picking them off…

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THE LOWDOWN
A huge fan of 1960s and 1970s drive-in exploitation movies, director James Bickert hits the jackpot in recapturing the sleazy vibe of those films with Dear God No!, a breast-tastic, ultra-violent trip that fuses John Waters-style humour with Roger Corman‘s biker classic The Wild Angels, the trippy satanic film I Drink Your Blood and the 1970s faux documentary The Legend of Boggy Creek to create a grindhouse homage to die-for. Shot on super 16mm, Dear God No! is a drive-in lovers’ wet-dream. Just forget the lame acting and bad synching and enjoy the ride.

THE DISC
The 2-disc Impaler edition from Monster Pictures includes a Grindhouse Cut of the feature (UK only), collector’s booklet, audio commentaries, trailers, gag reel, two parodies and an animated short (UK only).

Out on DVD 14 January
Available from Amazon, HMV, The Hut

YOU MIGHT ALSO LIKE
Grindhouse Trailer Classics • Jason Eisener’s Hobo With a Shotgun (2011)
• Robert Rodriguez’s Machete (2010) • Quentin Tarantino’s Grindhouse (2007)

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