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Ding Dong Dead

USA 2010
produced by
Nikki Wall, Creep Creepersin for Creepersin Films
directed by Creep Creepersin
starring Luke Y. Thompson, Nicole Gormly (= Nicole Sienna), Elina Madison, Tara Strand, Devanny Pinn, Dolce Death, Tara Cardinal, Shannon Freyer, Julie Rose, Destiny Jasmine Rodreguiez, Julia Boyd, Megan Frances, Vanessa Moreno, Chaile Ainbe Iorwyn Wall
written by Creep Creepersin, music by Kenneth Hampton

review by
Mike Haberfelner

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Doug (Luke Y.Thompson) has had better days in his life: He has just lost his job, and now he can't even tell his mom about it, he slowly comes to the realization he's a complete pushover, and he has no idea how to impress his neighbour Claudia (Elina Madison) he has the hots for. And suddenly he attracts the attention of a local girlgang, the Ding Dong Ditchers (Nicole Gormly, Tara Strand, Devanny Pinn, Dolce Death, Tara Cardinal, Shannon Freyer, Julie Rose, Destiny Jasmine Rodreguiez, Julia Boyd, Megan Frances, Vanessa Moreno), who terrorize the whole neighbourhood by playing childish pranks on everyone, like throwing eggs at people or hosing them down, but their speciality is ringing doors and then running away. The reason that they never got caught of course is thanks to careful planning by their leader D.D. Diva (Nicole Gormly), who also sees to it that none of their pranks crosses the line into illegality.

A whole night, Doug is at the Ding Dong Ditchers' mercy, then he is knocked out during a particularly mean prank, after which one of the girls (Megan Frances) gets killed in an accident Doug (naturally) hasn't got anything to do with. When he comes to though, the dead girl inspires him, and he sets up all kinds of traps to kill the girls and hunts the rest of them down armed with a gun and a machete, killing them all, all but D.D. Diva, whom he captures, crucifies to two brooms, then cuts off her fingers one by one, so she can never again ring his doorbell.

Once he's done though, somebody rings his doorbell, he pulls out his gun and shoots ... now I don't want to give away the ending, but I'm pretty sure you can guess whom he shoots and kills (hint, lives in his neighbourhood).


Despite the great title Ding Dong Dead, this is not one of director Creep Creepersin's best movies, basically because on one hand it wastes too much time with its story's set up, on the other because it doesn't go far enough in its finale, it only hints at but never shows the violence everything seems to have pointed to.

That said though, Ding Dong Dead is still lots of fun, the idea alone to have a gang of tough-as-nails girls spending their time with nothing better than ringing doorbells and egging and hosing down people is irresistible, as is the finale (at least in concept, in execution not so much - see above).

In all, not a perfect film, but good entertainment nevertheless.


review © by Mike Haberfelner


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