When a tribe of cave-women imparts cruel justice on one of their own their fate takes a turn for the worst. After discovering and falling in love with the corpse sacrificed by the girl-gang, a lone wandering giant of prehistoric myths is inspired to homicide. Consequently the cave-women are menaced by the heartbroken and bloodthirsty cave-brute with a grudge, and the prophetess among them is ignored when she predicts the tragic outcome. —.
I'll make this short and sweet. If you like Troma films, you should dig B.C. Butcher even though - how can I put this gently - it doesn't go to extremes like the typical Troma film does. I found it surprising and actually quite interesting that the movie is pretty tame by Troma standards. That is a compliment, not an insult. Maybe just because it is a Troma film, I was expecting it to be more graphic? But graphic doesn't make a film good, being good makes a film good and this one was fun to watch. The women are beautiful and the guys funny, and you could tell the entire cast were having a good time. 99% of movies are too long, so I had no problem at all with it only being 51 minutes in length either. If you are sick to death of hearing about politics and human rights like me, crank this cool film up and escape...and laugh a little. With Troma, you either "get it" or you don't, and when it came to B.C. Butcher, thankfully I "got it".
- Oct 25, 2016
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