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B.C. Butcher

USA 2016
produced by
Kansas Bowling, Lloyd Kaufman (executive) for Troma
directed by Kansas Bowling
starring Leilani Fideler, Natasha Halevi, Devyn Leah, Molly Elizabeth Ring, Miranda Robin, Dwayne Johnson, Kato Kaelin, Rodney Bingenheimer, Kadeem Hardison (voice), Parker Love Bowling, Yana Tonezer, William Preston Bowling, Del Dipiero, Drake Dipiero, Draven Dipiero, Independence Walker, Anna Vasina, Elysia Richards, Alexis Codding, Annie Milligan, Lauren Crowell, Ugly Kids (= Alan Tijerina, Ryan Molinary, Gabe Cardianl), Lola Reid, Kansas Bowling, Alyssa Baric, Ella Devine, Violette Reid, Molly Anderson, Zoe Grossfeld, Misheel Erdenetsogt, Liam Anderson
written by Kansas Bowling, Kenzie Givens, music by Ugly Kids, Vicky and the Vengents, Hollywood Argyles, monster created by Jason Adcock

review by
Mike Haberfelner

1 million BC: Dina (Miranda Robin) tried to run off with Rex (Kato Kaelin), but her tribe's leader Neandra (Leilani Fedeli), who thinks that Rex loves only her (even though evidence points in the opposite direction) catches them and executes Dina, guts her, then has her most loyal subjects Poppy (Molly Elizabeth Ring), Anaconda (Natasha Halevi) and blind soothsayer Bamba (Devyn Leah) eat her entrails. They just do it, they're not even particularly fond of Neandra because she's a bitch, and Poppy has even got something going on with Rex behind her back. The next day though, Dina's body is gone, the "Butcher" (Dwayne Johnson), a legendary monster, has taken her - which Dina denies though despite seeing his trail loud and clear. Instead she blames it on a sabre tooth tiger she kills and hopes everything's ok again ... but no, her tribe starts being killed soon enough, first Poppy and Rex, then Bamba, then even Anaconda ... and suddenly Neandra knows she's next on the list, but has no idea where the menace origins from or how he's supposed to be caught ...

 

B.C. Butcher, shot by a then 17 year old female director, praises itself to be the first prehistoric slasher movie - and while I can't really confirm (or deny for that matter) that claim, that's even beside the point, as the main thing about B.C. Butcher is that it's lots of fun, really. Sure it's not a milestone in genre cinema, but it does manage to bring together the campiness of the slasher and the cave(wo)man genre, is directed in a fittingly light-footed way, is loads of fun without being moronic, and has a wonderful B-movie aura to it that will make it instantly likeable to a genre audience. Great fun, really!

 

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