For those of you who don’t know the first FUBAR movie was a classic.  I would rank it somewhere between Citizen Kane and Gone With The Wind.  It was a “mockumentary” of the Canadian Headbanger.  Everyone knows at least one of these guys!  For an example here is a pic of Terry and Dean from FUBAR:

Cmon, you all know those guys or guys like them…think of your school smoking area, or dank pool hall…they love the dank.

Anyways in AMAZING news, FUBAR 2 will be dropping in Ontario theaters in October…or as Terry and Deaner would say “Rocktober” or maybe “Cocktober”

Here is some info from their Facebook page:

It is time to once again “Turn up the good, turn down the suck,” as headbanger relics and lifelong friends Dean (Paul Spence) and Terry (Dave Lawrence) are re-united for more mullet mayhem in Fubar II. Director Michael Dowse has returned to the world of his 2002 instant cult hit to check in on the lives of this motley pair of metalheads in Alberta, only to find that Old Lady Responsibility is tugging on their ears and dragging them into the world of respectable employment and domesticity.

Following a celebration of Dean’s five years of being nut-cancer free, which turns into a fiery eviction party, the boys realize they’re weary of constantly trying to give’r while barely scraping by. When their old buddy and party leader, Tron (Andrew Sparacino), promises to hook them up with jobs on the pipelines in Fort McMurray, they jump into their ’86 Cutlass Supreme – the trunk precariously overloaded with a flat of Pilsner – and head to the Mac in search of sweet cash.

After donning hard hats and coveralls, the lads are soon rolling in dough and good times, but life in the Mac takes very different turns for the two pals. Flush with money and confidence, Terry meets Trish (Terra Hazelton), a local waitress, and things get serious in a hurry. Meanwhile, holding down a job, shotgunning beers and playing with his band “Night Seeker” begins to catch up with Dean.

Sounds like great fun.

Looks like TRON no longer funkin’ blows either:

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