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1992 film directed by Frank Henenlotter

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"It looks like we're gonna need a bigger basket".

  • Aug 15, 2009
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Basket Case 3: The Progeny takes place immediately after the events that transpired in Part two.  Duane is very mentally unstable and his put in a straight-jacket after trying to attach himself to his twin brother Belial.  Good news in the family as Belial is about to become a father after hooking up earlier with a woman who looks just like him.  Granny Ruth takes the family on a road trip to visit her Ex "Uncle" Hal so he can help deliver the babies.  What kind of fun will Granny Ruth and the family have in the south when they cross the Mason-Dixon line?  Will Duane ever regain his faculties?  How will the southerners react to the brood?  Too find out the answer to these questions and more you'll have to check out Basket Case 3.

The producers of this film decided to tone down on the gore and make it more of a comedy.  It's a pretty funny movie.  Belial is learning to control his bloody thirsty impulses through therapy and poor Duane has really lost his marbles and the friendship of his brother,  I really enjoyed the dark humor and satirical wit of the dialog.  So if you love Basket Case then you'll want to check out this final film.

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The third film of the Basket Case trilogy.

Filmed back-to-back with Basket Case 2.

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Director: Frank Henenlotter
Genre: Horror, Comedy
Release Date: 1992
MPAA Rating: R
Screen Writer: Frank Henenlotter
Runtime: 90 minutes
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