This brash Canadian comedy takes place in Weedsville, a northern Ontario town so remote its inhabitants haven't gotten the word that Pulp Fiction is way over. A pair of wisecracking heroin addicts (Wes Bentley, Scott Speedman) plan a burglary in order to pay off their dealer, but after their hooker friend (Taryn Manning) dies of an overdose, they try to bury her in the boiler room of a drive-in theater and stumble upon a trio of satanists making a human sacrifice. Luckily, help arrives in the form of dwarfs clad in medieval chain mail—>need I go on? A high-spirited cast and some pretty funny dialogue manage to put this across, though it will probably help if you're weird, and help even more if you have weed. Allan Moyle directed. R, 92 min.