The FP is a new film that parodies action movie like The Warriors and other trashy trash exploitation flicks from the 70s and 80s (and even 90s).
So, somewhere in a dystopian near future, a relentless gang war ensues. Can the dude win the girl and his honor back? Frazier Park ('The FP') is ruled by those who win the competitive dance-fight video game "Beat-Beat Revelation." After hometown hero BTRO is slain on the dance platform by thug leader L Dubba E, his protégé younger brother JTRO (Jason Trost) goes into isolation, vowing never to duel again. One year later, The FP is in ruins, and JTRO must find the courage to return and restore order in a ruthless battle for revenge that can only leave one man dancing.
Jason Trost and Brandon Trost directed this movie, and made it a family affair by hiring their sister and father to work on the film, too. It'll be in theaters on Friday, March 16th (but possibly not in your town if you live in shithole nowhere).
What I can't get over is how awesome this looks and how much it reminds me of a Chris Seaver (LBP) film, if Seaver were given a budget.
Wait, you DO or DON'T know who Chris Seaver is and/or what LBP is?
Chris Seaver is a low budget filmmaker working out of upstate New York; his company, appropriately titled Low Budget Pictures, has been around for 20 years and releases, through Troma, Tempe, and other distributors, films with titles like Taintlight.
Watch the trailer for Geek War, one of my favorite Seaver films, and you'll see what I mean about the style and the budget: