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Puss Bucket (1991)

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Two religious maniacs, Judas (played by Terrence Fleming) and Corned Beef (played by Eric Hammer), are visited by two aliens, Madeline Virbasius and Dion. Virbasius, dressed as the Virgin ... See full summary »


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Cast overview:
Terrence Fleming ...
Doc Hammer ...
Corned Beef (as E.A. Hammer)
Brian Sullivan ...
Professor Ludwig Eisburgh
Gina Cammarota ...
Madeline Virbasius ...
Dion DiMucci ...
Ilvos (as Dion)
Steve Greene ...
Reverend Steven
Legless Eunice (as Lisa Houle)
Evelyn Rosa ...
Gina Rose
Steven Deal ...
The Newscaster
Onyx Coale ...
Walter Prince ...
Dianetics Moonie
Ultra Lavish ...
Go-Go Dancer


Two religious maniacs, Judas (played by Terrence Fleming) and Corned Beef (played by Eric Hammer), are visited by two aliens, Madeline Virbasius and Dion. Virbasius, dressed as the Virgin Mary, tells the two to kill people for Jesus and to drain the puss from their heads and bring it back to them. Fleming and Hammer set out to bring "the Virgin Mary" back as much puss back as possible in a bucket (hence the title). Written by K. Johnson <>

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Judas and Corny are visited by an alien Virgin Mary... yeah...
16 January 2006 | by (Hamilton, NY) – See all my reviews

This movie is in fact the worst movie of all time. Although I have not seen every movie ever made, I find it impossible to fathom a movie worse than Pussbucket. I am writing this review solely as a warning to benefit mankind. Do not, for any reason, see this movie. The plot is implausible to the extreme; the two main characters, Judas and Corned Beef (affectionately dubbed "Corny") live in a cottage in a field with their grandmother, whom we never see. Within the first minutes of the film, they are visited by an alien spaceship which blows off the roof of their cottage, a fact which they never seem to notice. One of the aliens poses as the Virgin Mary to convince our protagonists to cleanse the human race by killing demons and sacrificing their pus (hence the origin of the title, which is misspelled by the movie makers). What ensues is an agonizing romp involving the slaying of scientologists, sleazy hookers, and coats pulled on a string. The budget of this film is made clear by shoddy camera work and special effects that could be duplicated by two ten-year-olds with camcorder. I cannot stress enough that no viewer should waste an hour and 45 minutes of their life to see this film.

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