Splatter: Love, Honor and Paintball

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Splatter movie set, Washington, Iowa.

Splatter: Love, Honor and Paintball is a 2010 comedy film written and directed by Lonnie Schuyler, produced by Bruce Heppner-Elgin, filmed in Burlington and Washington, Iowa. The film had a $6 million budget and has about 100 cast and crew members; it stars Matt Geiler and Kim Kurtenbach Furness.[1][2] Early press releases describe the film as “the story of a likable loser who finally realizes what makes life worthwhile and sets out to win back the love of his ex-wife and the respect of his son - in a paintball tournament!”[3]

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Splatter: Love, Honor and Paintball, http://www.love-honor-paintball.com/non/indexNon.html