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Honky Holocaust

USA 2014
produced by
Mike Collari, Nick Caliendo, Paul M McAlarney (executive), Nick Norrman (executive), Thomas Delcarpio (executive), Lucas Fleming (executive), Krisoula Varoudakis (executive), Alex Edwards (executive) for Bloody Hammer Films
directed by Paul M McAlarney
starring Maria Natapov, Constantine Taylor, Lucas Fleming, Krisoula Varoudakis, Blake Rickerson, Nick Caliendo, Talli Clemons, Je-Kori Salmon, Jamile Goforth, Paul McGillicuddy, Calvin Braxton, Allan Alexander, Ashley Amber Bottoms, Kandace Cummings, Harry Toole, Colgan Johnson, Michael McCarthy, James Kane, Jenn Hone, LaNecia Edmonds, Leigh Nicole, Paseo, Nicole Stallings, Val Beatz, Tayla Andre, Stacie Seidl, Jade Guerra, Thomas Delcarpio, Charldyn Valcin, Alex Edwards, Nathan Philip, Chris Boggia, Dedric Beverly, Lamar Harris, George Hooker, Maurice Toole Robisnon, Lloyd Kaufman (voice)
written by Paul M McAlarney, music by Rafal Sadowski, Chris Hurley, Bryan Hinckley, Timothy Fife, special effects by Paul M McAlarney, Thomas Delcarpio, Nick Norrman

Charles Manson

review by
Mike Haberfelner

About 35 years ago, Charles Manson (Thomas Delcarpio) had his family kill Sharon Tate and friends to instigate a race war by planting false evidence on some local blacks. Then he and company hid in a bunker to sit out the race war that he figured the blacks would win, but since he figured them the inferior race, he thought he and his family could return from the bunker 35 years later as the perfect ruling class, as they could show the blacks their places.

35 years later: Charles has long died, and so have many of his followers, while his bunker has become a rape camp ... but Charles has also left an offspring, Kendra (Maria Natapov), which upon his decree mustn't be raped (the rapes were his way of creating offspring) and have a comparatively ordinary life, and she was to be schooled by Manson's second-in-command Dan Masucci (Lucas Fleming). And now Manson's followers finally rise to surface level, and find San Francisco, which they planned to take over, in a very healthy state - apart from race segregation - but now it's the whites who live in ghettos, aren't allowed to eat in "black" restaurants or even entering certain districts without being harrassed by the police. Dan leads his men, Charles' family, into San Francisco, but they are almost all massacred, only he and Kendra escapes, but separately from one another, but while Dan returns to the family to instill even more hatred, Kendra learns what it's like to be white in a black society and is slightly traumatized ... until she meets Lucius (Constantine Taylor), who proves to her that not all blacks subscribe to the black supremacy idea, and even arms her for the way back to her flock, even though her father Charles Manson is hated by the black community with a passion. When Kendra returns to the "family" though, she finds most of them being slaughtered by angry blacks, and learns that Dan is off to kill the Mayor (Blake Rickerson), one of the man who promotes racial peace actually. And now she knows it's up to her to save the day - but to do that it takes more than one ambitious white girl ...


With its reversal of racial stereotypes, Honky Holocaust sure enough is reminiscent of the John Travolta-Harry Belafonte starrer White Man's Burden from almost 20 years earlier - but really, the similarities are only very superficial, as while the earlier movie supressed the satirical tones of its story to tell a more straightforward adventure piece with tacked on social comment, Honky Holocaust is much blunter but also much more honest in bringing its point across, doesn't shy away from broad comedy, dick and castration jokes, gross-out scenes en masse - but that said, the film is also well-writtena and well-acted enough to bring its story across, and the direction, often reminiscent of 1980s action movies, should do its bit to rell in genre fans. Well, basically this is a fun movie that's a little silly, too (and intentionally so) ... but it might make you think a bit all the same!


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