Synopsis: Royce and Dexter are two slackers who live in the strange little town of Weedsville. When Royce's girlfriend Matilda overdose's on their stash and dies, they decide to bury her in an abandoned Drive-In theater. Things get out of control when they discover Satanists performing a ritual sacrifice right where they were going to bury the body...
Genre: Comedy, Crime, Drama
Director(s): Allan Moyle
Production: Magnolia Pictures
  3 nominations.
Rotten Tomatoes:
90 min

Struggle, struggle,


Struggle all day long

Struggle, struggle,


Struggle all day long

Get up in the morning

and try to keep on

Slow down!

This is it.

Fucking tree.

All right, so...

Yeah, man.

What are you doing?

Taking care

of business, man.

Back, back, back.

Okay, hold on.


Kick it in.

You kick it in.

You're stronger.

You're stupider.

You won't feel the pain.

I'm not crawling through that

and cutting myself to shit.

I'm going to reach in

and unlock it, ass hammer.

Now help me find something

to break it with.

Yeah, man.

Yeah, man.


What were you doing?

He's going to cut off

our thumbs.

I'm s--

Are you serious?


He's not going

to cut our thumbs off.

Oh, no?



Okay, look, I did not say,

"Kick him in the shins, " did I?

No. I said,

"Break his leg. "

That means you take

a sledgehammer

and you hit him

right above the knee

until you hear a sound,

and that sound is like

a rifle going off--

Crack! Okay?

If he continues

to f*ck with this,

you tell him I will go

over there personally

and cut off his thumbs.


Do you understand that?

Do you?

Leggy breaky, go.

Hey, Omar.

What's up, Oms?

Got problems?

Mmm. First of all,

my problems are none

of your business.

Second, what's with

this Oms shit?

It's not my name.

My name is Omar.

It should be easy

for you to remember.

Omar. As in you owe me,

Owe-mar, money, huh?

What you want me

to call you?

Ro? And De?|


You got a lighter?

I can work with Ro.

There you go.

Anyways, what is your business

is the 1, 700 you owe me.

Omar, it's actually--

But you can't pay.

Lucky for you, you're about

to be gainfully employed.




What, you forgot

to tell him?

I didn't tell him yet.

Royce and I had a talk

about your situation.

I suggested he turn out

that hooker friend of his.

Yeah, she's not a hooker.

Yeah, right.


Royce had an idea.

Woo! This is brilliant!

Absolutely brilliant!

You guys are both nuts.

Yeah, because you didn't

think of it, Dexter.

Yeah, it never occurred

to me to push drugs

to pay off my debt

to a drug pusher.

Aw, man, you've been

a drug puller for so long,

it's time

you start pushing!

What if we don't

cover what we owe?

This is drugs, man.

You give 'em a little,

they come crawling back.

It's like shooting fish

in a river.

It's barrel.

Shooting fish in a barrel.

And that's exactly why

I don't want to do this.

I know, but you're not

doing this to pay back Omar.

You're doing this

to buy time.

For what?

I'll show you.

You know

whose house that is?

I'm going to say

the mayor's.

It's Jason and Irene

Taylor's house.


Who is that?

Don't you read?

No, he doesn't read.

They're rich people.

Here? How?

Off the internet.

So, Mattie...

why exactly are we looking

at Jason Taylor's house?

There's a safe in there.

A safe?

A safe.

And get this.

The guy cracked his head open.

So he's on life support

at Rockwell

and his wife

won't leave his side.

So they're not going

to be home for weeks.

And I know the combo.

You know the combo?

You know the combo?

Oh, yeah!

How do you know

the combo?

Yeah, how do you know

the combo?

Oh, whoa... okay.


You were working

in there.


Turning tricks

for this guy Taylor?

I'm sorry, but I'm not

a streetwalker.

I don't turn tricks.

I go on business dates.

We had an agreement.

Screw the stupid agreement.

You know my heart

belongs to you boys.

You know I hate

to shatter this touching

yet troubling moment,


why would a millionaire

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