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Carrying a mysterious wicker basket wherever he goes, Duane Bradley checks into a flea-bag hotel in New York’s Times Square. What’s in the basket, you ask? Why, it’s Duane’s hideously misshapen Siamese twin brother, Belial. Together, they’re in town to hunt down and wreak havoc on the sleazy surgeons who separated them...
With memorably gruesome scenes – such as the screaming woman with the scalpels stuck in her face – and some disturbing stop-motion animation, Frank Henenlotter’s Basket Case is one of the most beloved, cheerfully demented cult classicks of all time.
So go ahead and open the basket... if you dare!
New video introduction by Frank Henenlotter
Audio commentary by director Frank Henenlotter, producer Edgar
Rare outtakes and behind-the-scenes footage from the Director's
Two theatrical trailers plus TV spot
2001 video short: In Search of the Hotel Broslin
Two rare Basket Case radio spots
Gallery of Basket Case exploitation art and behind-the-scene
Just like I remember. I forgot how horrible the graphics were back then. But it made for a great date night for my boyfriend and I. We enjoyed laughing at the corny graphics.Published 19 days ago by Iye Amm Kiana
Wanted to show my kids the B rated movies from my childhood. I guess movies have come a long way! The seller was great, just the movie wasn't such a blast from the past!Published 29 days ago by Diane R. Kennedy
What can I say that hasn't been said about Basket Case? It's terrible. The acting's horrible, and the effects leave many cringe worthy moments. And I love every second of it. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Cody Bryant