If someone told you about the existence of a British musical shot in 3D starring Michael Madsen, Steve Guttenberg, Daryl Hannah, Jeff Fahey,Brigitte Nielsen and the late, great David Carradine, you would have every right in the world to call them a liar. Surely no such thing exists -- if there is a God, he wouldn't allow such things to happen.

Well, seeing truly is believing: After the jump we've provided a trailer for your viewing, er, pleasure, proving that 'Eldorado' is a real movie and not a fever-induced nightmare that was born in the midst of a painful, troubled sleep.

Strippers. Neo-Nazis wrestling. Bloody deaths by chainsaw. Car chases. Kung-fu battles in caves. Two lead characters called "The Jews brothers." Wild West hillbillies. Crooked cops. Jeff Fahey prancing about while singing in an accent that sounds vaguely Italian. Menacing bikers. An evil clown puppet. Incomprehensible cowboy singing. The mere presence of Steve Guttenberg.

And that's just the tip of the iceberg. Check out the trailer for what looks ripe and ready to be the best worst movie of 2011 after the jump!


Is that Jeff Fahey in the midst of a living room machete battle? Oh my, I hope that's a musical number. If you want to know more -- you sick masochist you -- here's the complete press release:

This is a live action 3D comedy/horror/musical/road movie and is the first ever British movie to be shot in 3D.

After wrongly being sent to a Neo Nazi fund raiser instead of the stripper, Blues Brothers tribute band 'The Jews Brothers', Stan and Ollie get offered a gig in El Dorado to make amends for a gig gone sour.

At the very same time Jessica a beautiful but despondent wife is on the run with a million dollars from her cheating husband's night club.

All roads lead to Eldorado, these lives intersect and at this point it means trouble. While these small lives revolve around each other a bigger power is controlling the action to make their visit to this town one they will never forget.

It's Eldorado's 200th anniversary, the townsfolk are hungry to celebrate, which does prove unfortunate to the tourists who come to visit and find that they are the dish of the day.

A parody of films including THE BLUES BROTHERS, SWEENEY TODD and LITTLE SHOP OF HORRORS, ELDORADO is more than just bad table manners and a little light music, it becomes a way of life.

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