Macabre...ish Horror Review: Bullets of Justice
Bullets of Justice, 2019/ 1 hr 16 min
A secret project that created human/pig hybrids called Muzzles. Somehow they enslaved humans and began farming them like cattle and human became their favorite food.
The remains of American and Russian Armies band together in a last desperate attempt to try to stop the Muzzles, they released a biological weapon that was supposed to kill Muzzles but backfired and made everything sterile, accept one they call The Holy Mother. A Muzzle no one has ever seen, it is said she eats a half ton of human meat a day.
So a Rob Justice, a former bounty hunter and member of the last human resistance, hired to search for her, torturing and killing Muzzles for info. He, with his mustachioed, sister, Raksha is looking for Benedict Asshole, he has a pig’s head but a butt face and when he speaks, his voice sounds like fart. He will lead the humans to the farm, called The Liver, that supposedly houses Mother.
Along the way he finds out some secrets about himself and his family as well as sabotage.
This is a low budget horror. I’ll describe it as if Tank Girl and Omega Doom had a strange, grotesque Grind house baby. But with teleportation, telekinesis, time travel and Danny Trejo! Very good physical effects and nice, dramatic kills. Names are crazy, crazy characters, very interesting concept. If you do not pay attention, you will be lost.
Overt sexuality. Graphic sex. Incest. Gory and bloody. Weird flashbacks. This is a definite ‘What the hell did I just watch?’ kind of movie but that’s not necessarily a bad thing. Though it feels like every idea they had, they stuffed into this flick. And interestingly enough, this movie is very diverse. I’ll have to watch this madness again!
Also, if they ever made a sequel, prequel or Muzzle spinoff, that is minimally this same quality, I would absolutely love to see it. If only to answer a lot of intriguing questions.
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