Archstone Distribution signs Dear God No

Hailed as One of the Five Best Films of 2011, instant grindhouse classic "Dear God No!,", will soon be hitting the Berlin, Hong Kong and Cannes film markets. Big World Pictures has signed with Archstone Distribution's (Machete, The Human Centipede, The Human Centipede 2) Tombstone Distribution label for international distribution of the independent feature-length film. "Add this to your blood bucket list," says Brady Bowen, president, Archstone Distribution. 'Dear God No!' takes aim and shoots all other movies in the face." "It's amazing to have a distribution partner that's as excited by exploitation cinema as we are," notes James Bickert, the film's writer, producer and director. "The cast and crew, we are all extremely proud of what we've created." Shot on Super 16MM film, using equipment from the era, "Dear God No!" is a fast paced biker/horror Southern style drive-in film that, "when it comes to grindhouse, is the closest thing to the real thing this century," according to An authentic throwback to 70's exploitation films, "Dear God No!" follows outlaw motorcycle gang The Impalers through a murder spree that ends in a home invasion gone terribly wrong when they attack two graduate students, a disgraced Anthropologist and his teenage daughter. A demonic creature in the woods, a deadly secret in the basement, rivers of blood and abundant nudity add to the surprises that are sure to thrill genre fans.

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