A celebration of the comedy of Bill Hicks. The film is structured around the different strains of comedy in the Hicks stand-up, sampling the best of his confrontational performance. ... See full summary »
Despite being a 30 minute short with only about a dozen players, there are substantial credits. This is because almost all of them are jokes ("Korean Unit", "Continuity - Absent" etc.). The credits actually comprise a full 6th of the film's running time. See more »
A must-see for any fan of Bill Hicks or Kevin Booth
Ninja Bachelor Party is undoubtedly the crowning achievement of Sacred Cow Productions, a group of comedians and assorted nuts originally headed up by the late Bill Hicks.
With nothing to do with a bachelor party but plenty to do with ninjas, it is the story of loserly Robitussin addict Clarence Mumford's quest to be a ninja warrior. Not everyone will understand the finer points of some of the humor, but the hilarious voice-overs and the practice of recycling scenes are undeniably funny. The climactic fight scene is great fun, with plenty of poorly-executed slapstick and general ridiculousness. Ninja Bachelor Party is a joke all the way through, including the credits. At half an hour long, you can't afford not to try it out.
Just don't expect to take much away from this film... not recommended for mature audiences.
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