Anyway, when I saw the trailer for this film, Trash Humpers, I immediately thought of The Incredible Redneck Torture Tape. Then it got me thinking, found shot-on-video footage in that kind of grainy, ugly quality would really make for a great horror film. Now I know that there's stuff out there like The Blair Witch and Cloverleaf, and of course there's the first two August Underground films ( the third was shot on digital video). Also we have the films of Guiseppi Andrews as well. What I'm thinking, however, is something even more cheap and more simplistic than all of that stuff. Like, I really do think that there could be an audience for films like this. I think Trash Humpers may possibly be the start of a new sub-genre of horror films. Now of course I'm not saying it'll be a popular kind of film, but imagine the kinds of weird, f-cked up sh-t that some twisted minded filmmakers could create. It doesn't have to be totally real, like The Incredible Redneck Torture Tape. It could be a whole other world being explored. Filmmaking really is still in it's infancy, and I'm quite excited for the future of cinema.
It wasn't dubbed "The Amazing Redneck Torture Tape" for nothing -- and now curious viewers who may have only heard about this remarkable collection of cruel, drunken pranks when it was nothing more than an underground sensation can finally see firsthand what all of the fuss was about. From the pranksters wrapping their hopelessly drunken uncle's head with duct-tape to lighting his crotch on fire, there's no shortage of alcohol-fueled shenanigans here, and viewers will be shocked into laughter as the merciless tormentors find new and creative means of sending the hapless, foul-mouthed uncle into an alcohol-fueled, profanity-strewn rage. ~ Jason Buchanan, Rovi