An outlaw biker finds himself addicted to a diabolical substance and hunted by a grenade-tossing femme fatale, bounty hunters, law enforcement, a rival motorcycle gang, mutations and a topless stripper hit squad.
Laurence R. Harvey,
I will never understand how this movie got on Netflix. It's barely good enough to be on you tube. I was expecting a dumpster baby crawling around seeking revenge but instead a bundle of blankets (Seriously Dumpster Baby director, couldn't even put a baby doll in the blanket?) is passed around to drunks, a cannibal, a catholic school girl, crack whores and a retarded garbage man. Believe me, sounds a lot funnier than it is. It also sounds a lot more comprehensible. I think that's what the movie is about, because you can only hear half the dialog. The plot is thus, somebody finds Dumpster Baby and instead of saying, "Hey, we should take this to a hospital or a police station or something." Said person takes responsibility for dumpster baby. "Hey we found a baby, let's put him in a box, then two people will have sex and guys with guns will come for some reason and then the baby ends up in a Styrofoam cooler...How did it end up there? I dunno. We made a movie called Dumpster Baby, shot in our backyard and forgot to rent microphones. You expect us to have all the answers? Oh, I forgot about the creepy guy who walks around, I think it was dumpster baby in the future but instead of trying to figure that out I'd rather stick my junk in a lobster tank.
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