BULLETS OF JUSTICE
Written by Valeri Milev and Timur Turisbekov
Directed by Valeri Milev
Writer/director Valeri Milev takes you on a wild ride into a dark dystopia, where world war three rages. But this is no ordinary version of ‘wild’, this revolves around a secret military project – code name ‘Army Bacon’. This absurd side bar about inbreeding between humans and pigs in order to create a super soldier has led to hybrids, known as Muzzies. They are now farming humans like animals. The last hope for mankind is shoot first, ask questions later, Rob Justice. He’s on a mission to destroy the muzzies with the help of his kickass babe with a cute pencil moustache - Raksha.
The kinetic, rapid-fire sequences slipping seamlessly between wanton violence and gratuitous sex...
The kinetic, rapid-fire sequences slipping seamlessly between wanton violence and gratuitous sex feel a little like Robert Crumb and Russ Meyer got put in a blender with George Miller’s post-apocalyptic nightmares. The movie zips by as if you’re gleefully flicking through the pages of something salacious you don’t want anyone to catch you reading. The plot is ludicrous, and Rob Justice’s obsession with a lithe, long-haired pretty man in a half thong acts as the mischievous counterbalance to all the testosterone fuelled big guns and gore extravaganza.