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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Cast

Cast overview, first billed only:
Kevin Van Hentenryck ...
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Gil Roper ...
Sheriff
Dan Biggers ...
Uncle Hal
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Little Hal
Tina Louise Hilbert ...
Opal
Carla Morrell ...
Twin #1
Carmen Morrell ...
Twin #2
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Bailey
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Baxter
Tim Warle ...
Brannon
Jerry G. White ...
Banner
Beverly Bonner ...
Fast Food Manager
Rick Smailes ...
Elmo
Jeff Winter ...
Renaldo
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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 BasketCase

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It's Time To Build A Bigger Basket!

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Rated R for graphic monster violence, sensuality and language | See all certifications »

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21 February 1992 (USA)  »

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Stay until the very end of the final credits as there is a few seconds of "film" shown. See more »

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When the grandmother is collecting items from the shelves in the convenience store, as the camera pans along, it is reflected in the mirrors in between each shelf. See more »

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[Duane has reattached his mutant Siamese Twin brother]
Granny Ruth: Sewing him back on like that wasn't the answer, Duane.
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In memory of Jan Saint See more »

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Referenced in What's in the Basket? (2012) See more »

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Written by Harold Logan (as Logan) and Lloyd Price (as Price)
Performed by Annie Ross and the Renzettes
Courtesy of Lloyd and Logan Music
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Campy entertaining third and last entry
25 June 2002 | by (Ireland) – See all my reviews

The third entry in this bizzare series sees the usual cast return, namely Annie Ross as Granny Ruth and Kevin VanHentenryck as Duane Bradley. This third and last installment in the series has more gore than BC2, is campier and more entertaining than BC2, has some memorable characters and lovable cops, and you get to see 12 of Belial's kids, or his "progeny"....It's also got an ending to remember. Highly recommended, this flick rests easy in my collection. 9/10

Rated 18s for strong horror violence and gore, language, sensuality and nudity


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