Subject: I have found a DVD that I think you would enjoy
Actors: Brotha Lynch Hung, Art Battle, Loki, Sicx, Keana Hall
Director: Kerry Williams
Genres: Comedy, Horror, Music Video & Concerts, Mystery & Suspense
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Blunts and BBQ with the Baby Killer
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(4 out of 5 stars)
"Oftentimes, people expect a masterpiece on a limited budget and fail to see the smaller, more hysterical portions hidden between the lines. I believe this movie, with its very noticeable limitations, does indeed fall into that category. Now, I do have to agree that the plot line of the movie was a bit lacking, with the Voodoo basis to Lynch's cannibalism falling a bit on the drull side. I also have to say the quality of the film wasn't the greatest, and wonder if this was shot on some substandard camcording device. Still, that can be expected when you're dealing with a spoof comedy, especially when the comedy is trying to spotlight the rap profession as well as the horror involved.
What the movie did have more than made up for these low points in my mind, reminding me of some great 80's spoof/horrors designed to laugh at themselves. Frankly, seeing Brotha Lynch play the part of the motivated dealer/rapper/cannibal was interesting, and it was nice to see him have fun and cannibalize at the same time. You simply need to know beforehand that the film quality, that the superstars aren't going to be there, and that you shouldn't go into the movie expecting that much. If I would have expected more, I might have been a bit upset, but not expecting and liking Lynch, I'd still give it a worthwhile rating."
A Funny ... Movie
Mike Hughes | San Lorenzo, CA | 05/02/2003
(4 out of 5 stars)
"Not like we were expecting the best acting job, but I was lovin this movie. The plot line is hella funny and the characters are cool. The music is on point and fits in perfectly with the plot. It's a bit cheezy at points, but seeing some of your favorite rappers in a tight ... little movie is coo. A nice pick up for Lynch fans."