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Desc:was the film I just watched a wacky feel-good comedy?
Category:Classic Movies, Horror
Tags:horror, country, Wes Craven, folk music, unfitting music
Submitted:Hailey2006
Date:02/16/10
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revdrew
Just a reminder.. this movie features two girls being raped and murdered, one of whom being forced to piss herself first.

Oh yeah, AND the hijinks of a wacky cop!
themilkshark
I hated the cop hijinks so much.

GoneGirl
I remember blinking at these credits in confusion when I first saw it, as well.
Rudy
Gaylord St. James
duckofdeath
nothing unusual. i'd say those credits are fairly common for other sex comedies of the time
Hooper_X
That's what we call a palate cleanser.

(Also, it's a billion times better than the inevitable noo-metal butt-rock they slap on the end of horror movies these days.)
charmlessman
David A. Hess (the cigar guy) was the one responsible for the music in this movie as well as being a star. ALL the music was weird and out of place.
Quad9Damage
Q. What's the best thing for a movie to have after two back-to-back scenes of brutal rape and murder?

A. Bluegrass and goofy comedy!
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