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Bite Me
Bite Me
Actor: Misty Mundae; Julian Wells
Director: Brett Piper
Genres: Horror, Science Fiction & Fantasy
R     2005     2hr 20min

A crate of bio-engineered marijuana winds up at a strip-joint after a drug deal gone bad, bringing with it a renegade DEA agent and a swarm of monstrous critters. Just what owner Ralph and sultry dancers Crystal, Trix and...  more »

     
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Actor: Misty Mundae; Julian Wells
Director: Brett Piper
Genres: Horror, Science Fiction & Fantasy
Sub-Genres: Horror, Science Fiction & Fantasy
Studio: Shock-O-Rama Cinema
Format: DVD - Color - Closed-captioned
DVD Release Date: 11/15/2005
Original Release Date: 10/26/2004
Theatrical Release Date: 10/26/2004
Release Year: 2005
Run Time: 2hr 20min
Screens: Color
Number of Discs: 1
SwapaDVD Credits: 1
Total Copies: 0
Members Wishing: 2
Edition: Collector's Edition
MPAA Rating: R (Restricted)
Languages: English

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Movie Reviews

Misty Mundae Vs. The Spiders
Joshua Koppel | Chicago, IL United States | 07/29/2005
(4 out of 5 stars)

"Government-grown pot winds up at a strip bar. It has been infected with spiders that have developed a taste for blood. Their bite can reverse a person's personality. A man-chaser turns lesbian, conservative turns exhibitionist, and the timid stripper played my Misty turns into commando woman.

The spiders starts to take over the strip club and all the characters are trying to figure out how to get rid of them. This is laced with plenty of nudity and scantily clad women. Add a healthy dose of humor and the movie really works.

This is not a soft-core sex film. This is a fun monster movie. Yes, there is plenty of nudity but the nudity is not the reason for the film. We get some wonderful stop-motion effect, models and CGI all in the same movie. The spiders are wonderful, and as on characters point out, look like something from an old Outer Limits. So if you like monster flicks and don't mind seeing some skin, this is a movie to watch."
Screaming Dead Okay, Bite Me fantastic!
dark hore dissent | Texas | 10/13/2004
(5 out of 5 stars)

"Okay so Brett Piper might have hit and miss with Screaming Dead but don't be too hard on the guy. He was just giving the middle finger to some jerk(s) that got under his skin. Be assured that Brett has a smile on his face now and Bite Me is a big reason why. The movie has tons of humor, some vintage stop-motion FX and a cast of some lovely ladies including Misty Mundae, Julian Wells, Erika Smith, and Caitlin Ross. Oh yeah there's also some comedy coming from the guys like Rob Monkiewicz, John P. Fedele and Michael R. Thomas.

There are some classic moments like Erika Smith doing the worst lap dance ever,Caitlin Ross falling asleep on the job to speak, Rob Monkiewicz being a total idiot, and John P. fedele being a crazy former DEA aganet. But the best is watching Misty go Rambo on those damn pests from hell.

For those who still want to keep faith in Brett Piper this would be a good place to start with. What could beat a movie with Drugs, Nudity, Comedy, and mutant bugs.




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Strip club of the spiders
Daniel Jolley | Shelby, North Carolina USA | 10/30/2005
(4 out of 5 stars)

"As a long-time fan of ei Independent Cinema, I can't help but be impressed by the production value of its recent releases, particularly those from the newly-reinvigorated Shock-O-Rama Cinema. I'm not saying the cinematography and special effects of Bite Me are incredibly good, but they are worlds better than those of earlier films from these guys. This is an indie film, with all that implies as to budget, story, special effects, etc. Don't expect to see Spielberg or a cast of accomplished, method actors here. Bite Me is not intended to be anything more than a modern-day monster movie along the lines of all the great, dumb classics of the 50s and 60s. Its only purpose is to entertain and, of course, to scintillate - and no one does that better than Misty Mundae.

It's no secret that I'm a huge Misty Mundae fan. I don't think she is given enough credit as an actress and, well, I'm not averse to seeing her naked. Admittedly, Bite Me doesn't really test many of her skills, but she certainly makes this a much better film than it would have been without her. She plays a stripper at the Go-Go-Saurus strip club, a run-down establishment in danger of going under. The always-crabby boss has ten days to come up with 50 Gs or else he'll lose the place to a really annoying woman played by Julian Wells. I've decided I just don't like Wells all that much. For one thing, she looks like a man (when she's got clothes on, anyway), but she also adopts the worst accents in the world and tends to overact. Anyway, the boss has gotten his hands on some killer, government-mutated weed to help him raise some funds. Inside the crate of grass, though, are these nasty, blood-sucking spiders that soon infest the strip club. Do the spiders look fake? Sure, but the special effects are really quite good for this kind of low-budget movie. Some additional CGI animation doesn't turn out all that great, but the spiders are pretty sweet.

A slow-witted exterminator (Rob Monkiewicz), whom I found pretty funny, is called in, but the movie doesn't really get down to business until Crystal (Mundae) goes commando on the bugs that would dare pierce her perfect flesh. That's about the same time a hapless, overzealous DEA agent shows up on the trail of the hybrid weed and makes everything more complicated with his borderline insane behavior. The only real disappointment I had in the film (other than the lack of any Misty love scenes) was the ending, which came off pretty flat. Still, Brett Piper did make this an entertaining follow-up to Screaming Dead (which I still say is grossly underrated).

There is nudity in the film, but there is very little of the steamy action that has always defined ei Independent Cinema films. If it's any consolation, though, I would note that there is a shower scene with Misty. As all of her fans know, it just wouldn't be a Misty Mundae film without a shower scene. Fans should also watch for Misty's sister Chelsea among the bar patrons.

This movie isn't for everybody. If you're a Misty fan, you pretty much know what to expect, but the uninitiated just need to know that this is entertainment, not horror. If you can have fun with a low-budget B movie and don't run and hide at the sight of topless women, you'll most likely get a couple of kicks out of Bite Me. If you're prone to look down your nose at these sorts of indie flesh feasts, though, there's really no reason for you to watch the movie."
IF YOU LIKE FUNNY STUPIED MOVIES THEN YOU WILL LOVE THIS
PARTSMAN | DARK SIDE OF THE MOON | 04/25/2006
(5 out of 5 stars)

"UNLIKE SOME OF THE REVIEWS ON HERE I DON'T NEED THE NUDITY. THIS FILM HAS GOT TO BE ONE OF THE FUNNIEST DUMBEST FILMS I HAVE SEEN. ME AND MY WIFE LAUGHED ALL THE WAY THROUGH IT. AND WE DIDN'T EVEN HAVE ANY OF THAT WEED THEY HAD IN THE MOVIE!"