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Blu-ray Review - Auntie Lee's Meat Pies


Director Joseph F. Robertson honed his craft in the world of adult entertainment, so it makes sense that his foray into B-movies is a porno-like viewing experience that strives to be both ridiculous and bizarre. "Auntie Lee's Meat Pies" is very reminiscent of a Troma picture, and while Robertson isn't big on technical skill and editorial command, he knows when to rein in this oddball, backwoods version of "Sweeney Todd," only instead of a mad barber, there's a crazed aunt who lives with child-like muscle, various nieces, and maintains authority over her "bakery." "Auntie Lee's Meat Pies" doesn't live up to its potential, but it's also not completely slapdash, trying to squeeze in some style and thespian conviction to give the viewing experience a dash of substance as a John Waters film threatens to break out at any moment. Read the rest at


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