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Blu-ray Review - Honky Holocaust


One has to be careful when approaching a movie titled "Honky Holocaust." It's a Troma Production, which is as brief a review as I can provide, and one that's filled with racial hostilities, epithets, and stereotypes, with writer/director Paul M. McAlarney trying his hardest to make an offensive, hyper-violent exploitation picture that pushes every button imaginable. It's a shame the helmer doesn't have the budget to do something more inventive with his faintly subversive premise, instead spending pennies to achieve his vision for excess, somehow believing that creating a mess is the best way to reach closed minds. "Honky Holocaust" is expectedly awful, but not in an ideal Troma-esque way. It's just an icky, fetishistic take on an alt-history disaster, with McAlarney flexing his anger issues instead of making a legitimate film. Read the rest at


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