Rise & Fall Of An American Scumbag (2017)

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Avg Rating: 4 / 5. Voted: 49

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Directed by: Dakota Bailey
Starring: Dakota Bailey (Johnny), Darien Fox (Billy), Marla Rose (candy), Alaskan Cinder (Pat), LB (Wheeling Deals)
Country: United States
Language: English
Runtime: 00:38:18
Genres: Drugs, Violence-Animals, Scat, Necrophilia

Plot – Spoilers:
Rise & Fall Of An American Scumbag features a number of colorful characters. There’s Billy who’s looking to get out of town with his girlfriend after killing his Dad and collecting the insurance. He’s so excited at the prospect of a new life that he pays a visit to his mother’s grave and takes a shit on it. Then there’s Johnny who takes hitjobs for a drug dealer when he’s not casually stomping on dead animals or burning statues of baby Jesus. There are a few others too. All of them socialize with each other with differing consequences for everyone.

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Fuck aussie cops
Fuck aussie cops
November 27, 2023 3:19 am

Youtube wtf?

July 3, 2022 4:11 am

Does anytime think that Darien fox really has missing teeth? Does that mean that actor is really a drug addict?

November 29, 2021 5:34 pm

“Fuck you, dad. The only thing you were ever good for was your insurance policy” LMFAO

Alyssa Croyden
Alyssa Croyden
February 17, 2021 10:11 am

Check out Ray Ray having a conversation with himself in these comments

December 13, 2020 11:12 pm

Great little short film and straight to the point too, I’m tired of all those experimental films with 1/4 of development and 3/4 filler bullshit, like that film ‘gummo’ what the fuck was that? I’m still pissed I watched that shit. But I digress, I recommend this film, also nice powerviolence soundtrack.

Dr. Lecter
Dr. Lecter
December 12, 2020 6:55 pm

What an quirky, wonderfully idiosyncratic film. The parsimonious presence of the project only adds to it’s charm. And I have a feeling that those involved had just a good of a time making it as I had watching it. I’m looking forward to seeing more of Dakota Bailey’s work…