Dear God No! is a hell of a biker exploitation film. With Jett and his biker gang, this movie has it all from b**bs to bloody nazis. Mostly boobs. An absolute blast that should be missed.
Everyone has their salt in life, right?! Mine is in travelling, exploring and roaming through this weird and funny world. At least that’s how I see it and I totally know how others will see everything in a totally different way. It’s called human nature as it is often talked about.
I think that the way I see has been shaped a lot by the films, especially when it comes to horror. Making a horror flick is something where you don’t care a shit about the viewer. Instead, it simply leads you to a dark place within your own mind. This moment in space, and time is one of the most creative and beautiful things I know that exists. It might not be the perfect outcome for a film but it is a rewarding experience.
When I do my trips to somewhere in some corner of the globe, I have a similar flashback. I go to places I have never been to and seek for experience that makes me wonder or ask the question: “What the heck am I doing here?”. It’s all about the rebel within us, that doesn’t believe in god but goes beyond it in a universal existence and understanding. I don’t even like to have much salt in my food but it is perhaps because there is not that much need for it in a trippy life like mine.
Perhaps you are wondering, when I will get to the point and reveal the stuff I am doing on these trips. All I can say to my dear readers, oh my, the time will come sooner or later. Better later, but not as late as a movie production would ever take to release a film. Because this stuff is live with authentic intent to be something individual, something unique that at the end of the day after writing all this I wil think to my self: “Why the heck am I even trying?”. But the answer is in the question, which makes me and my friends think forever. Because there are no ultimate answers, there is only the experience here and now.
So if you think different, challenge me please. I love to change my way of thinking, over and over again. Doesn’t even need to be something better because if it sucks, like a bad movie or something, then I won’t stick around for long. Another fact that we can call human nature.
Glad to be of assistance,
I remember how it started, it was the first ‘horror’ film I ever saw. It was The Terminator 1. Well, it is not actually a horror film in the sense how films are nowadays. But I was very young which made it even more terrifying. I believe the actual genre of the film is action if you refer to it in todays terminology.
In my family, parents didn’t allow watching scary films. Terminator like many other movies had an age limit, 16 I believe. And now I believe even further, that this age limit is for a pretty good reason. There was a friend who had the privlidge of having all the scariest films. I wasn’t up for the most horrifying stuff so we decided to watch this classic instead.
I remember that the story was a lot about running a way. Similar to many other horror films which have this theme. You have the bad guy, and then you just run, run as far as you can. But still, that guy is out to catch you. In this case, the guy was a particularly bad nasty with a lot of super natural skills that could kill you in a second. That’s where the terminator came in to protect the little kid who’s purpose is to safe humanity in the future from evil robots and such. Probably you know the story already but it was pretty impressive as a child and I couldn’t help but watch it until the end.
But on the negative side of things, it really impacted my life. Probably it helped to trigger some fear that was already within. Because I got scared at things like going back home. But in the end, I realised that this fear was something I just had to man out so to say. I did stuff like going out at night in the dark, even though I was scared and didn’t want to. Phasing your fears became like an addiction and here I am, doing the craziest shit and travelling around the world. From China to Japan to pretty much anywhere far.
I don’t know if it’s the Terminator movie I have to thank for to have made it this far. But surely it was one of those important events in life where it was good that I didn’t listen to my mother. And I think that there are a lot of moments like that in life, throughout life in adulthood too. This was my little introduction to myself, somewhat weird but hopefully interesting enough for you to have a read, as well as a laugh.
See you soon film freaks,
Anything that stands out deserves the chance to be watched. It’s pretty obvious that most of the stuff available today is going to either terrify, or to please. Dear God No Movie was one of those cinema spectacles that didn’t go down the pleasing road. Instead it set out to travel out into stupidity with it’s brilliance if that makes any sense at all.
It was a corner stone of achievements for many, including the directors, the actors and even the spectators. That’s why we set on this trip to blow our minds with new kinds of horizons in the entertainment industry. I am not that sure, if any of the cast that were with us follow us as far as we would like. That’s why we have started this blog to at least catch some of you poor souls and readers to join on our ride throughout the world.
With new goggles, and Google as our best friend, – ever. We searched for crazy and fun stuff to do in different locations. We didn’t care if it was on our home turf or out in the open. Also known as the “World Wide World” which brought us not only an incredible Cinema experience. But at times, we couldn’t understand anything and just had to go with the flow.
We humbly hope, that this new idea for the blog will bloom it to it’s full width cinema form. As well as bloom to the full capacity to reflect our wicked minds. Are you ready?
The movie “Dear God No!” has opened up a whole new world of terrible possibilities. Those which we hope to share on this almighty god forsaken blog-thingy. It’s not just about a horror movie, but a journey throughout the vast land that we have learned to call “the earth”. This globe that is now filled with show biz, and excitement is giving a change to anyone who dares to try. The Dear God No! was perhaps one of the best such examples, where by simply spewing a creation made a big enough speck onto this planet to have an impact.
This is about the harsh realities with no border in-between beauty and ugliness. It is an attempt for a man to find meaning in the non-meaning that surrounds us all. Like it or not, this ride will not be on motorcycles but on an even faster mobile highway of the beautiful mind.
We will go to see theatre, from movies to circus creations. Anything that makes that little speck just a little bit wider along with our understanding of what is entertainment. This is now something personal and we are more aware than ever how officially we are involved in the showbiz of the mother fucking earth.
No crew, no limits. Just a bunch of old and trashed directors roaming the world with a bag full of objectives, larger than mind. Dear god, please show as the light.