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Director David Ross who also photographed, co-wrote, beat-boxed, and edited this film with Kyle Schroder (Hook & Loop, Cletis), claims to have made the film with no independent budget. He estimates that there were about $57,000 in production costs. The film is distributed by Lions Gate Home Entertainment and was released in October 2007.
\"The Babysitters was a classic-but-forgotten mid-aughts 'bad girl' film -- its outrageous premise and well-earned double 'X' rating were both old news, but still ripe for revisiting. But while the film itself has some issues -- it's several minutes shorter than advertised, and its own sex scenes too often devolve into the gross-out stoner home wrecker schlock that was already old news before Allison Anders ever got around to making it -- I think it's unique and worth hearing about. The most remarkable thing about The Babysitters is that while the central premise and the premise for the entire movie is the gross, schlocky exploitation of the concept, it's executed in such a way that it doesn't come off as the same kind of exploitative trash that director John Paul Brammer and cast members Nancy Andrews and Mark Albert also came up with for their 1973 paean to 'rough sex,' Rough Cut...The Nasty Girl. Sure, exploring the film's premise of a girl doing sex work could have been creepy, but this movie finds enough dirtiness in the bones of its premise to fill a whole lot of wallets; it's definitely a movie worth seeing. 7211a4ac4a