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Dude Bro Party Massacre III - 5 Second Films Print E-mail
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Written by Richard Taylor   
Thursday, 28 April 2016

Directed by: Tomm Jacobsen, Michael Rousselet, Jon Salmon
Written by: Alec Owen
Produced by: Sarah Farrand, Dave Gare, Ben Gigli, Michael E. Peter, Jon Worley
Cinematography by: Jon Salmon
Editing by: Brian Firenzi
Special Effects by: Kelsey Berk, Jo Holland,
Music by: Tyler Burton
Cast: Alec Owen, Patton Oswalt, Paul Prado, Brian Firenzi, Kelsey Gunn, Joey Scoma, Olivia Taylor Dudley
Year: 2015
Country: USA
Language: English
Color: Color
Runtime: 1h 43min

Studio: 5-Second Films, Snoot Entertainment, Dude Bro Party Massacre III
Distribution: iTunes

5 Second Films fanboys are rejoicing because their favorite internet channel have released their dream full length feature film. The online group 5 Second Films were making little shorts running (you guessed it), 5 seconds long. They have developed quite a following and decided to take it a step further. 5 Second Films released a trailer for what would become Dude Bro Party Massacre III and then began a kickstarter fund.  The companyís goal was to hit $200,000 and they hit $240,000, enabling them to do everything they wanted with their first full length feature throwback to gory slasher horror, mixed with Animal House and Porky's.

Not being familiar with 5 Second Films at all, I watched the trailer for Dude Bro Party Massacre III, which I found on a horror page on Facebook. It instantly tweaked my interest to the utmost level of a crack pipe wielding junkie who just dropped his last rock, scrambling to scrape up the remnants off the filth encrusted pavement. It had oodles of great looking practical gore effects, insane tasteless comedy and this awesome VHS style look. I was hooked and had to check it out. The trailer alone boasted some utterly insane material. So here we are, elbows deep in the pussy and ass of Dude Bro Party Massacre III -- enjoy the (bumpy, as the lumps on my elbows) ride.

Just from the opening segments you can tell the crazy bat-shit ideas are brewing in the cauldron. On screen blips, intentional tracking fuzz, crazy intros, and 80ís to early 90's tunes -- the nostalgia crypt has opened and the prolapse has protruded into a pulsating feast of brutal palate-cleansing gore.  If youíre wondering what happened to the first two parts of Dude Bro Party Massacre the backdrop scoop is revealed in the opening scenes, a notion which I find fresh as produce original. These opening scenes unfortunately blow the majority of the filmís wad in the gore department -- everything from old fashioned juicers, to slit throats, severed limbs, all done in impressive as Hell fashion. The killer shows no mercy and really delivers a fuzzy kick to the fratís nuts by offing their weed dealer, the humanity!

The story is bonkers: twin identical brothers, a frat called "Bi-Delta," crazy pranks gone wrong, dumb frat guys, a killer called "Mother Face," (guess where that one came from) and a bunch of cameos from Larry King, Andrew W.K. and Nina Hartley. There is so much shit crammed into this movie, so many alternate characters and storylines that it melts my nuts in the microwave. Its biggest fault is filling your gut till it busts with so much great material that the second half drags and by the time the conclusion comes, the pay-off is not as spectacular as I had hoped. Don't get me wrong, I recommend checking out Dude Bro Party Massacre III, itís a movie that will appeal to a wide audience and itís ambitious as Hell. Gore movie fans will see it, comedy fans and 5 Second Films will win over a lot of new fans and definitely maintain their remaining fan base. Itís an experience to watch this movie. The radiation from Dude Bro Party Massacre III will cause extreme deformity and gigantism of the scrotum -- you'll have the biggest one on your street. Neighbors will flock to take pictures and even pay to see itÖ See this movie if you dig offbeat and tasteless funny horror. You can't go wrong.

Dude Bro Party Massacre III is a character driven piece. A lot of the performances are over-the-top and fit nicely into the scheme of the film. Special mentions go out to the character Turbeaux played by Paul Prado, the crazy tough-as-nails frat bro who is scared of stuffed dog animals and dogs in general -- a twisted sub plot, which is further revealed as the movie goes on.  Brian Firezi as officer Sminkle probably made me laugh out loud the most during the movie, even though the little side plot with him and his partner Candace Buttiker, played by Maria Del Carmen was unnecessary at times. Familiar comedian Patton Oswalt also makes an appearance as the police chief and adds some offbeat humor.

Go to the official website and order yourself a copy of the film exclusively. It will enlighten even the most jaded horror/comedy fans. Fuck the Scream series -- this is the toilet where the hot shit lurks. Bless yourself at the porcelain altar of awesomeness.


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