HOW I DUMPED MY EX-BOYFRIEND’S BODY: This piece of local cinema magic was crafted by production crew Fat Foot Films and it is awesome. Let me be clear, this movie was made for a specific type of viewer; f you’re looking for a regional version of a Michael Bay film, you’re out of luck. But if you’re looking for a hilariously dark comedy, this is your huckleberry. I should also make it clear that I’m not just saying it’s great because I support all things Worcester. If that was the case, I’d find a more grandiose way of saying, “It was ok.” I take my low-budget films really seriously, and this movie genuinely rules. I am cynical as hell and I couldn’t stop laughing beer all over my sweatshirt while watching it. The Maxine/Shae combination of Meredith Phillips and Vanessa Leigh is genuinely funny, and I have to say that Josh Pineo as Tony the Fixer is amazing. As Shae would say, “This is so [effed] up.” It is and it’s fantastic.
Written by Joshua Lyford · 02/26/2015
“This film is an instant classic!” – B-Movie Avenger
“One hell of a fun movie!” – Rogue Cinema
“This film is what separates indie films from mainstream trash.” – Wicked Channel
“Mind blowingly funny!” – The Movie Guru
Fat Foot Films presents a Dennis Nadeau Film.
How I Dumped My Ex-Boyfriend’s Body
TAGLINE: “The perfect crime …kind of …not really”
SYNOPSIS: Maxine and Shae have been best friends since grade school, so when Maxine accidentally kills her boyfriend she naturally asks Shae to help her cover up the murder. After multiple failed attempts the two decide to bring in a professional to clean up their mess, but he turns out to be nothing like they were expecting. Maxine and Shae will have to make it through the day by avoiding the police, fending off nosy neighbors, and surviving a wrathful mobster all while pushing their friendship to its maximum limits.
Meredith L. Phillips as Maxine
Vanessa Leigh as Shae
Ezra Brown as Jackson
Erik Johnson as Roger
Ed Gutierrez as Mikey
Pat Tierney as the Ex-Boyfriend
and introducing Josh Pineo as The Fixer