SCUMBABIES

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A thousand thrills crammed into 88 minutes! Bizarre, barbaric sights never before seen and beauties beyond compare! Sing, dance, laugh, cry, and whatever you do – Don’t miss the unmissable SCUMBABIES – based upon the cursed Chicago legend of Liver Boyle!

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Once upon a time in a land at the edge of the world called Hollywood, a pair of old lovers, long-estranged, meet again at a Halloween party only to have their new chance at romance spoiled by a guest list of odd and magical characters and a mysterious dead body! Follow our heroes, Tru Holliwood and Ashley Wednesday on this strange trip through our deepest, darkest dreams!

CLICK HERE 2 WATCH SCUMLAND, our web series of music video diaries chronicling the making of SCUMBABIES and our misadventures using GRAFFITI and STREET ART to promote and distribute the movie.  Featuring DELETED SCENES, OUTTAKES, and Video Comic Book adaptations of excerpts from Liver Boyle’s legendary lost manuscript upon which the movie is based.

WINNER – Best Film, Harrisburg Artsfest 2010
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SCUMBABIES PRESS PACKET aka “ALL U NEED 2 KNOW”

“What a strange, dreamlike, fun film.  I don’t think I’ve ever seen anything like it…gives off the feeling I try to get across with my comics- this is something handmade with love.”
-Jeffrey Brown, Author CLUMSY, SAVE THE DATE

“With a simple plot line, carried out in a unique way, and a cast of equally unique characters, Scumbabies isn’t what you might expect. It’s like an extended episode of Pee-wee’s Playhouse, except with blood, death, and cursing.”
-Justin Smith, Criticplanet.org

“…Classic slapstick as reinterpreted through the machine-gun editing of Moulin Rouge, an irrepressible “let’s put on a show!” enthusiasm, and the low-budget grit of 70’s exploitation cinema.”
-Jason Coffman, Filmmonthly.com

“Basically, it’s what would happen if John Waters and David Lynch dropped acid and ran away to join the circus together.”
-Alex Baumgartner

PHOTOGRAPHY BY SABINA PADILLA

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