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Live Freaky! Die Freaky!

(Green Day, Rancid, Operation Ivy, AFI, Good Charlotte, Tiger Army, Transplants, Lunachicks, F-Minus)

Winstar Home Video 5482

Released on January 31, 2006

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From director John Roecker comes this outrageous stop-motion animation musical comedy. Voiced by a legion of alternative rock icons, including Billy Joe Armstrong (Green Day) and Tim Armstrong (Rancid/Operation Ivy), the film is about a futuristic nomad who accidentally disocvers a copy of Helter Skelter and interprets it a s a Biblical tome with Charles Hanson as the Messiah. Also featured are members of AFI, Good Charlotte, Go-Go's, X, White Zombie, Transplants, Lunachicks, Tiger Army, & F Minus. Bonus CD soundtrack includes music score by T. Armstrong, original songs by Roddy Bottum of Faith No More, and performances by B.J. Armstrong, Jane Weidlin, & more. Contains adult scenes.

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Average Customer Rating: 3.5 with 7 reviews (See Below)
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Mark from Ft Leonard Wood, MO 
Jun 16 2007 Rating: 4/5 Stars

twisted crazy loved it most wont some will if you don't get offended easily pick up if you do, don't bother

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Greg from Champaign, IL 
Apr 2 2007 Rating: 4/5 Stars

I got this as a gift for Christmas and we've both been waiting a while to see it and it's pretty good. My favorite part is definitely the animation. Definitely has a Nightmare Before Christmas feel (not just because of the stop motion) but also with how they break into songs frequently. They definitely went with the shock factor with this movie so be prepared for some hardcore puppet porn.

If you like stop motion animation and dark cartoons and humor this one is for you!

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Josh from Wilmington, DE 
Feb 6 2007 Rating: 4/5 Stars

This movie was pretty funny, yet it is interesting how they told the story of these horrible murders. Hay played by Davey Havok has to be my favorite character. If you don't like crazy demented shit or don't have a wierd sense of humor, I don't recommend this.

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Jennifer from Beaverton, OR 
Oct 30 2006 Rating: 3/5 Stars

This movie is ok... it moves pretty slow and never really picks up. The jokes and gags are few and far between, and all in all its a little boring. With all the familiar punk rock parties involved I would have expected it to be a lot better. Davey Havok definately steals the show with his character... the scenes with Sharon Hate and Hay are probably the funniest in the whole film. I would not reccommend this movie if you're simply a fan of the cast of character voices, because they make the finished product no more extraordinary than if they used nobodys for the voices. Not bad, but not amazing. I give it a 3.

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Nate from Rochester, NY 
Oct 11 2006 Rating: 5/5 Stars

So i got this movie yesterday because it looked pretty cool and its the first punk rock puppet movie i have ever i put it in and watched it. i enjoyed it alot, it was pretty fucken funny and the music was also enjoyable as well. I don't understand why no one alse likes it because i did. The first part with the "explicit scene of puppet sex" was kinda of disturbing and definetly not for the young or young of heart but still hillarouis in a sick kind of way. If you are offended easily i suggest not watching this but if your open-minded you will enjoy all the things this movie has in it.Great Buy.

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Scott from West Jordan, UT 
Aug 10 2006 Rating: 2/5 Stars

I really, really wanted to like this. Frankly though, this sucked. It was kinda fun hearing Tim Armstrong narrate or hearing familiar people voice the characters, but that novelty soon wore off. I know that the director worked his ass off for this, it's just a shame it didn't work. The soundtrack really sucks except for a few tracks.

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Isaac from La Pryor, TX 
Aug 2 2006 Rating: 2/5 Stars

Wow can't believe no one wrote a review for this yet. (I almost forgot) Well this film is serious....odd and maybe worth a look at once but thats it. The acting is bad, the animation is bad, and it seems like they tried so hard to be offensive than funny that it ends up being pretty boring. The cd also isn't that good except with a few little tunes. I say check it out if you can find someone who has it, but don't pay full price for this.

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