While the vast majority of genre geeks seemed to be jerking each other off to "Hobo with a Shotgun", cult horror fanatics were getting turned onto "Dear God No!". Made without studio backing, or the big-mouthed noise of the Quentin Tarantino crowd and all those hipsters who gobbled up "Troll 2" like it was "cool", "Dear God No!" is a biker flick that successfully employed do-it-yourself movie making techniques to create a film that feels like a direct product of the Seventies. It's brimming with exploitation value, including topless tommy gun toting Nixon strippers, a blood soaked burnout on a nun's chest, and even a psychotic Bigfoot that ravages the Georgian woods. "Dear God No!" is a homage to sleazy bikersploitation ripped from the pages of early Seventies rebel filmmaking - a wild and trippy ride through southern biker culture soaked in gasoline and beer.
Jett Bryant, Madeline Brumby, Paul McComiskey, Olivia LaCroix, Shane Morton, Johnny Collins, Nik Morgan, James Bickert, Rachelle Lynn, Heath Street, Billy Ratliff, Tim McGahren, Jim Sligh
James Bickert, Shane Morton, Nik Morgan, Robin Gray, Olivia LaCroix, Lisa Williams, Nick Hood, Bryan G. Malone, Cary Aurand, David Keymont, Giancarlo Cairella, Dusty Booze, Amy Mumma