Butt Boy (2019) (BLU-RAY REVIEW)

Butt Boy (2019) (BLU-RAY REVIEW)

Butt Boy (2019) (BLU-RAY REVIEW)

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Butt Boy (2019) (BLU-RAY REVIEW)
DIRECTED BY: Tyler Cornack
Starring: Tyler Rice, Shelby Dash, Tyler Cornack
RATED: UR/REGION O/2.14/1080P/NUMBER OF DISCS 1
AVAILABLE FROM Epic Pictures

Detective Fox loves work and alcohol. After he goes to AA, his sponsor, Chip, becomes the main suspect of his investigation for a missing kid. Fox believes people are disappearing up Chip’s butt.

Who knows what to expect when you are heading into watching a movie called Butt Boy. It makes for a heck of a conversation starter for when you have friends over and they see it laying around. I mean, what do you think when you see a movie called “Butt Boy”? You really don’t know what to think or what to expect coming from the screen, but I’m here to tell you that the ends results were original if nothing else. See, if you can’t say anything else nice about this one you can at least call it different. And you can also call it creative. Other than that, I’m still not so sure if this was even my type of movie. Then again, I’ve not seen a whole lot of what I can only call “ass horror”. But Butt Boy is certainly ass horror and it could even just be called a simple ass thriller, but you shouldn’t feel too bad if you find this one a little too weird for you.

Basically our leading man is having trouble with life. He seems to be going by the usual routine and even his marriage seems to have lost the magic. He then finds out that he can suck things, some times even very large things like dogs, up his ass and he gets joy from it. This is all well and good until he starts using this on full-on people. All the while this is going on he’s doing AA meetings and the guy he’s assigned to talk to turns out to be a detective and he’s also the only person who suspects him when people coming up missing. Wouldn’t you know it huh? The movie is 100% weird, but a little too odd for me until at least the final act of the movie. Leave reality at the door if you watch this one and you might even want to turn your brain off. It’s original for sure, but not my type of thing. This is an art above my pay grade I fear.

Extras

  • Commentary features co-writer/director Tyler Cornack, actor Tyler Rice, and co-writer Ryan Koch
  • Behind the Scenes
  • Trailers

Quality of Transfer: 96%

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