Wildly wacky comedies don’t come any more hilariously looney than HUNDREDS OF BEAVERS, an extravagant homage to Looney Tunes cartoons and silent film comedy, but sporting a crazed spirit of wickedness all its own. And, yes, there are hundreds of beavers, along with bunnies, raccoons, and a host of other furry things, all portrayed by humans in adorable yet disturbingly sinister animal suits. In the depths of a snowy Wisconsin winter the applejack distillery of frontier adventurer Jean Kayak is ravaged by beavers. While turning his hand to hunting the wily creatures, Jean falls in love with the fur-trader’s winsome daughter. The price of her hand in marriage is one hundred pelts of…you guessed it. Jean’s assault on the massive beaver empire features outrageous slapstick, plus pratfalls and stunts that would make Wile E. Coyote weep with joy. Musical numbers too!
“This kind of lowbrow genius comes along all too rarely, and HUNDREDS OF BEAVERS is a zany magnum opus that needs to be seen to be believed.”–Ruben Rosario, MiamiArtZine
“There isn’t a second of this glorious film you want to miss. If you’ve ever wanted to see Chaplin’s MODERN TIMES acted by folks in beaver suits, now is your chance.”–Nadine Whitney, The Curb
“This will undoubtedly be the most gut-busting time you have at the movies this year. “–Kurt Halfyard, ScreenAnarchy