Detective Fox loves work and alcohol. After going to AA, his sponsor, Chip, becomes the main suspect in his investigation of a missing kid. Fox also starts to believe that people are disappearing up Chip's butt.
Chip Gutchel, a bored married IT Engineer, has a reawakening after a routine prostate exam. What starts as a harmless rectal kink, soon grows into a dangerous addiction as he becomes responsible for a missing child. Chip eventually buries his desires in Alcoholics Anonymous and tries to move on with his life. Years later, he becomes the sponsor of Russell Fox, a newly sober detective. After Chip relapses, Russell is brought in to investigate another missing child at Chip's office. Russell begins to suspect that Chip's addiction may not be to alcohol, but something much more sinister. It's up to Russell now to prove that Chip is responsible for the child's disappearance. But who's going to believe his wild theory?Written by
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So you're asking me to go off this theory you got about a white married male, who happens to be a father, living in the suburbs of critica county, who also happens to be your AA sponsor, which I might add, has been secretly running around, cramming objects, animals, and children up his asshole. Then he somehow digest them and he does this in sprees almost in a serial killer fashion. Is that about it?
Detective Russel Fox:
Uh huh. Well I'm not entirely sure about the whole uh, digestive system part, but yeah. And it ...
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Interesting. Surprisingly entertaining
Kept me engaged.
It is quite a strange movie. But it is very entertaining and keeps progressing.
Most movies are predictable in some way. This is not. It keeps you guessing throuout the entire movie.
The production is in my opinion excellent. Every thing is smooth, but also changing.
But be warned. Even though it is a, in it universe, believable plot. It is a very silly plot and silly ending.
But if you like those kind of movies, it is a good one
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