Pawn Shop Chronicles

Pawn Shop Chronicles

Pawn Shop Chronicles

A rowdy ensemble cast star in three twisted hillbilly tales, all connected by items from a small-town pawn shop. Naked zombie girls, skinhead meth addicts, Elvis and torture with fish hooks all feature. Stars Paul Walker in the last film released before his death, as well as Elijah Wood, Matt Dillon and Brendan Fraser.

Raw Dog (Walker) is a white supremacist meth addict preparing to rob a local dealer with his equally dim partner. They pawn their shotgun to pay for gas before carrying out the robbery. Newly married Richard (Dillon) is on a violent rampage to find whoever pawned his missing ex-wife's stolen wedding ring, resulting in some particularly gruesome torture for the local weirdo (Wood). And it seems Elvis (Fraser) is alive and well and hocking his gold medallions in a last ditch effort to clean up for the county fair. 

2013Rating: R18, Graphic violence, drug use and offensive language107 minsUSA
ActionComedy
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Time Out

Time Out

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Only one gag (involving a town’s rival barbers) sticks; the rest is just whistlin’ Dixie.

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The New York Times

The New York Times

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A hillbilly grindhouse yawp of a movie that belches in your face and leaves a sour stink.

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The Dissolve

The Dissolve

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The film doesn’t feel like a fresh riff on familiar tropes so much as a bad cover of Pulp Fiction.

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Hollywood Reporter

Hollywood Reporter

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The sort of instantly disposable B-movie effort that Quentin Tarantino would have chucked in the wastebasket after a first draft.

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Time Out

Time Out

press

Only one gag (involving a town’s rival barbers) sticks; the rest is just whistlin’ Dixie.

1.0
0
The New York Times

The New York Times

press

A hillbilly grindhouse yawp of a movie that belches in your face and leaves a sour stink.

0
The Dissolve

The Dissolve

press

The film doesn’t feel like a fresh riff on familiar tropes so much as a bad cover of Pulp Fiction.

0
Hollywood Reporter

Hollywood Reporter

press

The sort of instantly disposable B-movie effort that Quentin Tarantino would have chucked in the wastebasket after a first draft.

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