A sequel to the underground hit, Junkbucket, Junk Bonds picks up a year later as Junkbucket has found himself a family of phallic cannibals to join him in his quest to castrate most of Western Washington.
A sequel to the underground hit Junkbucket, Junk Bonds lovingly satirizes the Texas Chainsaw Massacre series, as we follow Junkbucket and his found family of phallic cannibals as they terrorize Lake Pakajanomo, Washington. As charmingly twisted as any movie you'll see this year, Junk Bonds was designed as the antithesis of PG-13 horror and mindless remakes. He's still not a garbage man, but he's come back for your junk! Written by
JUNK BONDS: THE RETURN OF JUNKBUCKET is apparently a sequel to a film I've never heard of, and having watch it I'm rather thankful of that fact. This is an open comic spoof of The Texas Chain Saw Massacre, copying that film's plot almost scene-for-scene, and replacing all of the raw and visceral horror with genital-focused humour.
So you get a main villain with a penis instead of a nose and some genital violence, all of which is filmed in extreme bad taste. Is the end result funny? No, not unless you're particularly fond of adolescent humour; I'm not. Is it disturbing? No, because the non-existent production values means that this is a mere waste of time rather than shocking or gruelling. It's an exercise in exploitation, featuring a girl who remains topless throughout the production for no particular reason, dumb jokes, and a general waste-of-time feel. I hated it.
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