Junk Bonds: The Return of Junkbucket
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A sequel to the underground hit Junkbucket, Junk Bonds: The Return of Junkbucket lovingly satirizes the Texas Chainsaw Massacre series, as we witness the terror and butchery wreaked upon Lake Pakajanomo, Washington at the hands of Junkbucket and his newfound family of phallic cannibals. As charmingly twisted as any movie you'll see this year, Junk Bonds: The Return of Junkbucket is the antithesis of PG-13 horror and mindless remakes. He's still not a garbage man, but he's come back for your junk!
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A spectacular feat in ridiculousness...something that I haven t seen since the Zucker movies of the late 70 s and early 80 s. --Film Bizarro
A loving homage to a style of horror that doesn t get made too often anymore. --Horror News
A dead on, brilliantly crafted Texas Chainsaw Massacre Parody. --B-Is for Best
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When the film was over (which felt like a lifetime for it to end), I just thought to myself "What did I just watch?" The movie's killer is name Junk Bucket (how original right?), much like Leatherface, he wears a mask but his mask is literally a bucket. There is a bunch of characters (victims) involved in the film and names can get confusing. The movie tries to be funny, but it really just gets boring after the first or second time laughing. The creators seem to be very focus on male body parts. There is a lot and I mean a lot of male parts (if you know what I mean) in this film.
Some of the things shown in the film, Junk Bucket is revealed not to have any male parts between his legs, but rather on his face. You see this scene about 30 - 45 minutes into the film when the stripper crew arrives at Junk Buckets house and accidentally knocks his bucket off his head.
Another scene that was not only sick, but disgusting (and this coming from someone who has watched a lot of horror movies and a lot of gross things in horror movies) was during the scene when the family is eating dinner with their guests, the one victim they drugged up and made him stand up to grill his man part, only to cut it off and force him to eat it. I am not kidding!
I'm only giving this 1 star in my opinion because the jokes to me were not funny but eye roll boring, the film drags on and on, they constantly talk about male parts and how they eat them or they are missing them, plus the film is disgusting at certain points. This movie was not worth a watch for me, but if you want to give it a go and it's something that interested you, don't say this review didn't warn you.
The film's poster isn't the only place where a direct reference to the anti-family of Texas Chainsaw; the characters, too, have names drawn from the well renowned original franchise of TCM.