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Butcher Boys 2013

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2.5 out of 5 stars (30) IMDb 3.5/10

From the creator of The Texas Chainsaw Massacre comes this gut-wrenching, non-stop roller coaster ride through the hellish underbelly of inner-city America. A group of friends come face to face with the macabre world of cannibals.

Starring:
Ali Faulkner, Johnny Walter
Runtime:
1 hour, 27 minutes

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Genres Thriller, Action, Comedy, Horror
Director Duane Graves, Justin Meeks
Starring Ali Faulkner, Johnny Walter
Supporting actors Derek Lee Nixon, Tory Taranova, Gregory Kelly, Phillip Wolf, Matt Hensarling, Jon Clinkenbeard, Matt Beene, Katie Patterson, Jack Lee, Justin Meeks, Tom Byrne, Tank Turner, Mike Davis, Matthew Pfohl, Bo Reed, Tony Wolford, Sonny Carl Davis, Patrick McDonnell
Studio Phase 4 Films (USA), LLC
MPAA rating NR (Not Rated)
Captions and subtitles English Details
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Format Amazon Video (streaming online video)

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Ok..(Butcher Boys) originally titled (Bone Boys) was a manic, never a dull moment film about cannibals and other strange 'people'.We are treated to a very messed up looking inbred monster in chains. A crazy old man in drag with a cattle prod and too many others to mention.

It starts with a lot of chase scenes via car and on foot but I was entertained and never once thought about turning it off or being bored."Ali Faulkner" who played Sissy was actually quite remarkable and the stand out actor as a girl in turmoil always trying to get the upper hand and trying her best to escape.

The movie features cameos from nine Texas Chainsaw alumni including Edwin Neal, Marilyn Burns, John Dugan, Teri McMinn and Bill "Leatherface 2" Johnson.
There wasn't much gore in it but some blood and a few minor effects that were done pretty well. They used the route that many films that don't have a big enough budget for elaborate effects use.What you don't see and imagine can be much worse than what is really happening.

One of the last scenes in the third act was very reminiscent of TCM so was the big dinner table full of freaks.but this film in no way is as good or will be remembered like TCM. The reason they have compared the two films so much is because one of the writers of TCM wrote this and he wanted to make a sequel but never got the chance to do so. If you like manic fast paced horror films with INSANE characters I think you will enjoy this.
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If you like horror movies with lots of gore this is a pretty decent flick that moves along nicely. A lot of it is derivative of the original Texas Chainsaw Massacre but it is better than the many sequels and remakes of that film. Some parts are stupid but overall it is decent.
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This is much more than your run-of-the-mill horror/torture fare. It begins with a car chase where the menace is cranked up to 11 and the terror rarely pauses for breathe from there on out. The only cliche is that as the protagonists are hunted down and savagely murdered, the good girl is the only one remaining alive and we watch as she struggles mightily to escape a tall house of horrors. Just as you think you've got your head wrapped around the plot, though, the lunacy begins to escalate and every scene becomes more and more sinister and outrageous than the preceding one until the madness reaches a screeching crescendo in which the insanity breaks out of the building altogether. If you decide to watch Butcher Boys, I promise you you'll get much more than you bargained for.
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A lot of people out there giving this movie one star! What up with that? I suppose they'd give single stars to the Eiffel Tower as well. "This doesn't look like a normal building! Why's it all pointy at the top! I don't get it! MOMMY, MAKE IT GO AWAY!"
Come on, gang, this is simple a masterpiece of violence and darkness, Hostel on methamphetemines, PCP and acid all at the same time. It is not a "series of disjointed scenes," it is one huge, visceral, kinetic chase scene. The best survival movie I have ever seen. The sheer intensity, and the expressions on our heroine's face...for, spoiler spoiler spoiler, this one has a pretty fast round of elimination from six clueless rich kids drag racing in San Antonio to a single survivor battling for her life against a literally underground cannibalism cult. All the stops are pulled here.
Almost a year ago I set out to find the most disturbing film ever, a single great peak that would rise above all others. Well, you can't quantify movies like you can the height of mountains...what I have found is more like a mountain range. Serbian Film, I Spit On Your Grave, Cannibal Holocaust, these are indisputable Himalayan peaks, but there are others too that rise above: Evil Dead Trap, August Underground, and Butcher Boys. It's not a failure to make a movie that fits with some ideal of "let's deliver up yet another well made story." It's an act of pure depravity and carnage, and horror fans ought to love it. That's my real life opinion.
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Butcher Boys (Duane Graves and Justin Meeks, 2012)

I spend a decent amount of time trolling the bottom of my sorted (by average rating) Netflix queue, looking for those movies that have a horrible rating that are actually pretty good. I've come across a few here and there that are neglected for whatever reason. The Butcher Boys, Texas Chainsaw Massacre writer Kim Henkel's first feature script in eighteen years, is the latest of those. I have no idea what movie the public who rated this movie a collective one and a half stars were watching, but it must not have been Butcher Boys.

Plot: Sissy (Breaking Dawn's Ali Faulkner) is celebrating her seventeenth birthday at a swanky restaurant in Austin, Texas, that's under protest by a band of radical vegetarians. (While I can't tell you why without spoilers, this becomes important later.) When she, her brother Mikey (Dear Sidewalk's Philip Wolf), and their friends Barbie (The Big Picture's Tory Tompkins) and Benny (Hallettsville's Derek Lee Nixon) are on their way home, a series of minor misadventures end up with them crossing paths with the Butcher Boys (also known as the Boneboys, which was the film's original title), who are out for the kind of good time that involves kidnapping random folks and taking them back to the basement of Austin's hottest new restaurant, J. Swift's.

Okay, the movie's main drawback is very easy to point out, and is just as minor as it sounds: this movie contains two of the worst body-double shots in cinema history. If you combine the two, they take up less than a second of screen time, so that can't be what everyone's up in arms about.
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