Duane recovers from his delusional breakdown to find his freakish basket-bound brother Belial will soon become a father. But not everything is joyous as the once tight knit brothers no longer seem to trust each other.
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David F. Friedman
The saga of Times Square Freak Twins Duane and Belail Bradley takes its most bizarre twist yet. It all starts innocently enough when the Bradley boys join kindly doctor Granny Ruth and her family of unique individuals for a road trip through the deep South.. The occasion - Belail's about to become a proud monster father - and no basket is big enough to hold this ungodly brood! But when a pair of warped sheriffs deputies kidnap Belai's babies Granny Ruth and the family strike back. Belial single handedly decimates the local police station with crazed, Terminator like fury - and that's just the beginning. Threatened with the loss of the newest additions to their family, Granny Ruth and the others concoct a delicious revenge against their enemies, climaxing in Belial's futuristic one-on-one with the town Sheriff. Written by
Wow. Just when you thought they couldn't possibly twist BASKET CASE's bizarre concept into more of a surreally grotesque hodgepodge of blood, guts, playfulness, insanity, and 'unique individuals' than the first sequel already has-- they do. And boy do they do it with flair! In THE PROGENY, the premise of the first two movies have been taken to every single wacky extreme imaginable. If you thought BASKET CASE 2 was weird, then the final entry in Frank Henenlotter's cult trilogy will no doubt make you faint with confusion and utter disbelief.
Trying to explain the plot would be like trying to rationalize a horrific, fast-paced, 90-minute acid trip so I'm not even going to bother. In BASKET CASE 3, you'll witness the silver screen's most unusual musical number, the birth of a dozen monsters, a beautiful dominatrix with multiple personalities, a killer robot-machine, and an overweight genius with several arms. Yet, somehow within the film's warped universe, it all makes perfect sense. I highly recommend the entire series.
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