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Bill Huckstabelle: Serial Rapist

USA 2015
produced by
Jerry Landi (executive), Sean Weathers (executive)
directed by Jerry Landi
starring Sean Weathers, Erika Smith, Sal Amore, Brian Martin, Sybelle Silver Phoenix, Sara Rosenberg, Reina Miranda, Melisa Vlasaty, Cindy Lunati, Sonny Peguero, Santino Christiano, Vlad Marco, John McDermott, Martin Vanihel, Diana Urgiles, Sky Claudette Soto, James P. Frederick, Chris Esposito, Anthony Liccese, Dominick Fighera, Vicky Christiano, Girolamo Landi
written by Jerry Landi, additional writing by John McDermott, Sean Weathers, special makeup effects by Marc J. Makowski

review by
Mike Haberfelner

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For years now, mediocre comedian Bill Huckstabelle (Sean Weathers) has made himself to be "America's favourite dad"  via a TV sitcom that in its so-so storylines delivered bucketfuls of conservative parental advice, and it was all only augmented by his squeaky clean public persona and his model marriage to his lovely wife Lydia (Erika Smith) ... but then a woman entered the limelight accusing him of drugging and raping her years ago, only to then use his connections to get her a role on a TV show to shut her up. Now one such case would hardly make the headlines anymore in today's world of nano attention spans, but when more and more women come out to accuse Bill of the same thing, the air gets mighty thin for him, and the fact that he lets his lawyer (Sal Amore) do the talking and throws his wife into the battle does little to get him out of the little shithole he has dug himself into ... and that said, the truth is much worse than even the wildest reports even hint at, as Bill has his very own torture basement in a town house in a quiet Brooklyn neighbourhood, where he holds himself some sexslaves, chained to the walls. And when a TV talkshow host (Sybelle Silver Phoenix) asks a few too many uncomfortable questions, she is just made part of Bill's collection - so everything goes comparatively well ... until Bill's wife finds out ...


Apparently the whole story about the Bill Cosby rape allegations is an incredibly sad one no matter which way you look at it ... but (and I want to apologize for the victims in this story beforehands for saying so) for the news media it's pretty much a gift that keeps on giving, as not only is the premise (a holier-than-thou guy unmasked as a big, probably dangerous hypocrite) great, but also Cosby's erratic line of defense does nothing to smother the rumours and everything to keep this in the news for long. So eventually, this story pretty much had to be made into a movie - Bill Huckstabelle: Serial Rapist. And of course, the film takes a busload of artistic license, especially in the second half when Bill Huckstabelle is revealed to be a white slaver and murderer ... but then again, this was never intended to be a documentary, rather an intentionally sensationalist piece of exploitation cinema and at the same time a dark media satire - and as those, the film works, taking positive delight in shocking its audience and at the same time handing out jibes in every direction that are at the same time hilarious and cruel. Now true, this mix might not work for everyone, but if you have a dark streak in you, you'll probably find plenty to chuckle about in this one.


review © by Mike Haberfelner


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