Offensive Behaviour (2004) Horror Movie Review
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It’s Pulp Fiction with Shock, Schlock and Two Smoking Corpses in Patrick Gilles’ Offensive Behaviour!
Quentin is a destitute filmmaker who resorts to making home-made pornos to achieve his celluloid dreams. Nigel is a sweet and sensetive hairdresser who is reluctantly lured by his mafia hitwoman Mother to take over the family business. A simple mix-up with the mail throws these two into a bizarre story of sex, drugs, murder, necrophilia and hare krishnas, all leading to an explosive climax guaranteed to shock, titilate, tantalize and confound you!
Shot on a shoe-string and over five years in the making, Offensive Behaviour is the most hilarious film to emerge from New Zealand since Peter Jackson‘s Braindead!
About Offensive Behaviour (2004)
Starring: Elizabeth Moody, Elizabeth Robertson, Leonard Brackley, Jonno Cramp, Robert Grant, Teresa Wall, Max Lucas, Richard Allom Cosgrove, Paul Glubb, David Sheard, Ben Ellis, Janice Gray, Georgina Gillies, Fraser Jackson, Andrew Dalley, Yvonne Dyson, Leyton Hunt, Charles Grubb, James Sharpe, Aaron Bloomfield, Jason Cooper, Sera Kerr, Stef Harris, Michael Maxwell, Doug Oliver, Martin Howells, Eden Hannam, Scott Khouri, Patrick Gillies
Director: Patrick Gillies
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