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Bullets of Justice      review by Bobby Blakey

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There are movies that come along that are in their own league. They are ones that work more for the old grindhouse ideal and a very select audience to fully appreciate it. These sadly get lost in the shuffle of all the bad stuff that comes out and more often than not fit the category. The latest, Bullets of Justice starring Timur TurisbekovYana MarinovaDoroteya Toleva and Danny Trejo, but could it have that special something to offer or will it not be worth the slop that pigs eat?

Bullets of Justice follows the American government who initiates a secret project code named "Army Bacon" in order to create super soldier by inbreeding human being with pigs after the third World War. 25 years later a breed called "Muzzles" have occupied top of the food chain, eating and farming humans like animals. Rob Justice is an ex-bounty hunter working for the last line of human resistance - a group of survivors hiding in a nuclear bunker deep underground. His mission is to find out how muzzles came to power and destroy them.


To say this movie is insane is an understatement. As I mentioned already this falls in the world of the grindhouse feature that throws in everything you can think of including nudity (men and women) violence, mutant pig men and so much more. Everything about this movie is one big WTF is going on kind of thing and in the end I loved all the ridiculous horrible nature of it all. This is a ride in itself and one that will only work for a certain audience with everyone else running as far away as possible. The story should be pretty simple, but it is all over the place creating as much chaos in storytelling as it does with the violence.


It is clearly looking to troll the audience with numerous strange nonsensical moments and even one where we watch two people open packages for what felt like 5 minutes. I couldn’t help but laugh trying to figure out if it was a bad edit before realizing they were messing with us. That is probably the most mild

moment of the film and somehow the most uncomfortable. I think the most bizarre of it all, and there is some messed up stuff here, is one character wearing a man’s half thong that makes no sense and is totally hilarious.


I will bypass discussing the acting because I think it is intentionally bad and instead talk about the action and effects themselves. There is a ton of action that uses over the top visuals, tons of CGI and even a dance battle like you have never seen. Most of the effects and prosthetics are actually really good for an independent film and in turn makes this silly world work in some strange way. The entire thing is just a bizarre pile of violence and insanity and in the end I loved it in all it’s so bad its genius glory.


If you are willing to take this wild ride then check out Bullets of Justice available now on all digital VOD platforms, you will never be the same.

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