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From Dusk till Bong

USA 2022
produced by
James Balsamo, Timothy Beal (executive) for Acid Bath Productions
directed by James Balsamo
starring James Balsamo, Robert Felsted jr, Charles Wright, Bill Victor Arucan, Sephdok Ramone, Eric Roberts, J.E. Scripps, Jim Duggan, Erin Tatro, Mark Gordon Buckley, G. Larry Butler, Tom Devlin, Drew Marvick, Greg Tally, Ophelia Rain, John Ward, Gary Holt, Ken Susi, Randy Blythe, Viunny Showtime, Lance Caver, Jeffry Chang, Stanley Poznanski, Arlene Lisi Riccardo, Christopher Arredondo, Khaled Husein, Jeff Russo, Walid Atshe, Mia Tatro, Robert C. Moseley jr, Al Burke, Gogo, Lilian Mortis, Mortis McCullough, Arthur Logan, Mark White, Deborah Diaz, Josi Kat, Kayla Bushell, Stephen Wu, Michelle Fryer, Susanna Malak, Hunter Jackson
written by James Balsamo, visual effects by Joe Castro, stop-motion puppets and animation by Richard Stevenson

review by
Mike Haberfelner

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Tony (James Balsamo) is a rich playboy who travels the countryside and gets high with his best friend, Spat the vampire bat (voiced by James Balsamo) - but then he returns to his human self as the vampire who has turned him is killed. He falls into a bit of an identity crisis, but eventually joins vampire hunters Father Gill O'Teen (G. Larry Butler) and Screaming Jay Pigeons (Charles Wright) on their mission to rid the world of vampires - and not too soon as the world seems to be overrun by them, and since many of them are pretty naked ladies, they easily lure horny men into their traps. Jay collects vampire eyes on the side, as he needs a certain number to cross over into another dimension where his wife (J.E. Scripps) is waiting for him ever since he has killed her when she turned into a vampire. Eventually he achieves his goal and crosses over - which leaves the vampire hunter trio, also called the Holy Trinity, in shambles. But in a cave filled with Aztec vampires, Tony bumps into his old friend Bill Diamond (Robert Felsted jr), and together they decide to take their fight to vampirekind ...


Now From Dusk till Bong certainly doesn't invent the vampire comedy genre, it's just too random to do that, and it's most certainly neither the subtlest nor the most technically refined film - but that hardly matters, as the thing is really just a madcap ride full of blood and puppets, violence and naked ladies, and even wrestling legend "Hacksaw" Jim Duggan, and even if the humour might be blunt and a bit hit-or-miss in quality, it's hard to escape the enthusiasm with which the film seems to be made, as well as its crazy spirit and pure willingness to entertain - and entertain it certainly does, and very well at that.


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