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Come Outside and Look at Our Flamethrower



Bellflower the movie poster

You should check out Bellflower. That shit is wild.

"We could just get in the car, put the flamethrower in the trunk, leave town. Do you know how awesome it would be if we like went to some small town and went to one of the local bars, pulled up in that car? People would be like 'Holy shit, who are these guys?' and we would be like 'Come outside and take a look at our flamethrower."

Posted by Eric Obenauf on 12 January, 2016 2 comments
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  • ERIC - January 12, 2016

    Oh, they go to seed alright. Bellflower released a couple years ago, actually—you should check it out. It looks like its available through most VOD services.

  • Marilyn - January 12, 2016

    I am so sick of flicks or books with perfect, gorgeous characters. The two main players in trailer are certainly attractive, but way off-kilter—you can see that either of them could quickly go to seed—welcome contrast to embarrassing movies adapted from John Green stories. Good, dynamic trailer. Hope it does well.

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