"Bubba Cromer, has written and produced...a screenplay that seems to have been lifted right out of the Flannery O'Cannor canon. Like O'Conner's characters, the people who inhabit the world of "The Hills Have Thighs" are disfigured physically and metally, and we love them because their exaggerated flaws resonate with the troubles embedded in our own souls. Audiences will laugh uproariously and shake their heads in wonder at this play. Cromer is a genius at dark comedy -- the kind which makes us wince at our own foibles."
"The retarded lovechild of John Waters & David Lynch... Kill it, PLEASE!"
"It's in-your-face, over-the-top,...cringingly unleashed exploitation of every stereotype ever imagined, but that's what makes this movie so much fun... and funny."
"Two Legs Up!"
"Cromer's artful juxtaposition...of Jean Nate' and Preparation X is evocative of the cinematic poetry of Ingmar Bergman!!! No camera ever treated cellulite with such loving reverence... and that's just the opening scene!"
"Stick to your ribs funny too, so DONT'T MISS IT!!!Yep, this is a seriously provocative film revealing a slice of piety most Yanks haven't tasted yet. Garnished with savory gams served with all the intrigue and debauchery one would expect to be served. A flaky crust filled with all the flavor that smacks of hometown southern cooking. "
New York International Film and Video FestivalOfficial Selection &Winner of Best Cult Feature and Audience Award Cult Classic.
Peachtree Village International Film FestivalOfficial Selection & WINNER of Best Southern Comedy in the 2009 Peachtree Village International Film Festival
Southern Appalachian International Independent Film FestivalOfficial Selection, Nominated for Best Supporting Actress & Finalist for Dishmag.com Audience Choice Award
Skyfest International Film FestivalOfficial Selection and WINNER of Best Feature Film 2nd Place, 2009 Skyfest International Film Festival of Asheville, NC
The Indie Grits Film FestivalOfficial Selection to kick off the 2009 Indie Grits Film Festival
IndieFRINGE Film FestivalOfficial Selection of the 2009 Indianapolis IndieFringe Film Festival
B-Movie Film FestivalOfficial Selection of the 2009 B-Movie Film Festival