"...Chances are I will be watching Science Team infinitely more in the years to come than any major Hollywood blockbuster coming our way soon. If you are lucky enough to have this spirited treasure screen in your town this year I triple dog dare you to miss out on seeing a film that will definitely be making my end of the year best list."

January 10, 2014

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"SB [DailyGrindHouse]: One of the great/terrible things about microbudget filmmaking is the freedom to explore ideas and content well outside the mainstream. It looks like SCIENCE TEAM is continuing this commitment to bad-taste. Can you talk a little about how the idea for the project came about, and where you are with it currently?

DB [Drew Bolduc]: I am editing it now and about halfway. I think there is a bit more restraint with it content-wise. That being said, people’s heads explode and there is a giant alien monster. It has a different feel and was filmed with a very different visual style. We really wanted to push the limits of what you can do with a micro budget. I didn’t want to make the same movie again. I don’t understand filmmakers that don’t try to advance artistically with everything they do."

July 19, 2013

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"Lloyd Kaufman, president of Troma Entertainment, has a small cameo in Science Team. He has worked with the director, Drew Bolduc, for many years and wanted to participate in this film so much that he paid his own ticket from New York to Richmond. 'I took the train here for seven hours because I identify Drew as very talented,' said Kaufman. 'I think Drew will be recognized as one of the world class directors.'"

Chelsea Gingras - June 20, 2013

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[DollarTheatreMassacre]: "Your new project, Science Team, begins filming in a couple of months. What should we expect? Lasers? Aliens? Gore? (Exploding dicks?)

Drew: All of those things. Probably not exploding dicks."

April 22, 2013

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[The] promo video Bolduc sent us this morning makes me think its not just 'a bastard child of science fiction and horror' but also the illegitimate offspring of James Gunn and Wes Anderson."

Christopher Campbell - April 13, 2013

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"The result is a bit like a Stanley Kubrick film (say 2001, or Dr. Strangelove), only produced by Roger Corman (Death Race 2000, Little Shop Of Horrors, Piranha, Humanoids From The Deep... so many more)."

Andrew Necci - April 12, 2013

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"Seriously…how bitchin’ is THAT?!!"

Wes of - April 12, 2012

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"To say that I’m excited for “Science Team” is an understatement. The film has claimed the top spot of my must-see list, surpassing just about every other motion picture on the planet."

Todd Rigney - April 11, 2013

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