The film follows an outlaw motorcycle gang known as “The Impalers” as they wind down a tri-state rape and murder spree. After a gruesome battle with rival club, “Satan’s Own”, the survivors hole up in a secluded cabin in the North Georgia Mountains. Taking advantage of what seems like easy marks for their depravity, the rough and tough Impalers soon find themselves struggling to survive the flesh-eating killing machine that lives in the forest.
Director James Anthony Bickert’s biker/horror/sexploitation mash-up was shot entirely on Super 16mm film, using practical effects, and limited to technology of the era that the film is set in.
An official release date has yet to be announced, so the most important thing you can do right now is "Like" the movie's Facebook page to stay in the know.
AS DESCRIBED ON THEIR FACEBOOK PAGE: Grab some popcorn, gas up the jalopy and grab your favorite girl. Big World Pictures presents the retro Bikers vs. Bigfoot feature film DEAR GOD NO! A thrill ride here to save cinema by delivering all the carnival fun of a 1970’s drive-in movie. On the run from bikini clad machine gun fire, a group of outlaw bikers attempt to seek refuge in a mountain cabin only to fall victim to a crazed scientist and his hunchback assistant performing hideous experiments more deranged than the human mind can handle. What is lurking in the woods making escape impossible? Could it be the legendary… BIGFOOT!
From Director, James Bickert, from a Facebook PM. Reproduced with his permission:
We have about three more weeks in the sound studio recording the original soundtrack and mastering the final score. DGN! will be hitting the festival and con circuit in Fall 2011.
DGN! is based on 1970's exploitation aesthetics so we never delve into the torture porn subgenre beyond the original Last House on The Left or Death Weekend. The monster plays a big part in the second half of the film. There are many more fun surprises such as Nazis and Mad Science. Just way to much to include in a 2 1/2 minute trailer.
I wanted to make something that played like a lost remastered drive-in film and not a chewed up looking Grindhouse homage. You probably noticed the explosion in the trailer is in front of a Drive-In screen. One aspect I’m very proud of is the 14 naked women with natural breasts. Sadly this 70's staple is missing from cinema today. A body count of 50+ and vintage Harleys doesn't hurt either!
Please thanks everyone for their enthusiasm, this is a labor of love for the genre. And a big thanks for supporting "shot on film"."