How much is it worth to be beautiful? Such is the question for the two main characters in Filthy McNasty. Miss Kitty and Debbie Rochon play two nerdy chicks that feel like outcasts since the cool kids just don’t want anything to do with them. Since becoming popular is all that matters, they employ the help of a whacked out Goth named Julian to summon a demon from hell. Seems the demon, Phil, has the power to change the ladies from frumpy hags to nubile hotties. He also has the power to change Julian into a hermaphrodite, which Julian wants more than anything in the world. But that is just too sick for Phil so he might as well rip his heart out. So now that they are smoking’ the ladies are invited to the in crowd’s party. But Phil does require some payment for his services. So Phil crashes the party and starts to off the attendees one by one. Oh yeah Phil’s plan also involved getting his swerve on with his creations. Throw in a character named Teen Ape, some masturbating with feces (yeah you read that right), and a whole lot more and you get the idea.
Much like Mulva: Zombie Ass Kicker that it is packaged with, Filthy isn’t for everyone. Actually most people will probably be quite offended by it. The story is simply there to tie the gross out scenes together. And boy howdy, are they vile. This is the type of stuff you won’t see in theaters. They are aware of the line where things become tasteless and they gladly cross over it. Loaded with overacting and scenes that would make some porn producers blush, this is a movie that you’ll either love or hate. Writer/Director Chris Seaver has a flair for dialogue that catches you off guard and nothing is taboo. With a running time of around 45 minutes, this short film flies by and never outstays its welcome. Whether you like them or not you have to admit he has created original characters. As usual, Seaver and company poke major fun at 80s staple John Stamos. What their obsession with Stamos is I don’t quite know but it is pretty damn funny. And the fact that Stamos is back on TV, well let’s just say I can’t wait to see what that causes Seaver to do next.
The acting is atrocious but it is supposed to be so it is kind of hard to rag on it for that. The Low Budget Pictures regulars are all here from Teen Ape to Mr. Bonejack. Several cast members have several roles here. Tim Ekkebus is easily the standout of the film as the sexually confused Goth Christian and bumbling demon Phil. Phil’s dialogue is hysterical and Ekkebus’ delivery makes it that much more enjoyable. A sequel is on its way and I sure hope Phil is involved again. The other performance worthy of noting is that of Debbie Rochon. Not only does she look as beautiful as ever, her scenes with Phil are a laugh riot. Like usual everyone seems to be having fun here. Everything is very tongue in cheek and the dialogue ranges from downright stupid to laugh out loud funny.
While I enjoyed Filthy McNasty it will not appeal to everyone. This is B-movie making at the core. And the content will turn a lot of people off. But if you love toilet humor and low budget films then this is for you. While there isn’t the gore you might expect, there are plenty of bodily fluids a flying’. Serious film fans should stay away, but this is worth a rental if you are a sick bastard like me. If you are a fan of LBP and Chris Seaver then you already know what you are getting yourself into. 6 out of 10.