Inbred Rednecks (1998)



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Several proud if intellectually challenged sons of the American South battle for truth, justice, and the right to make birds fight one another in this purposefully tasteless independent comedy. Billy Bob (Brent Ponder) is an ambitious but stump-dumb gentleman from the deep South who wants to become a champion in the underground sport of cockfighting. With this in mind, Billy Bob and his friends have cross-bred a mutated bird described (with accuracy) as "the Bigass Rooster." Billy Bob's rooster is so impressive that when he's faced off against the best bird from the stable of his arch enemy, Monty (Steve Lewis), the former grand-champion bird kills himself rather than face this new challenger. This enrages Monty and he and his partners steal the Bigass Rooster in order to get revenge against Billy Bob and clean up on the cockfighting circuit. Furious, Billy Bob and his buddies give chase, which leads them into the big city for the very first time. Inbred Rednecks was the first feature film for writer, director, and composer Joshua Warren.


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Kind of horrifyingly bad at times, but in a way that grows on you until you actually LIKE these barfing brew-quaffing rubes.

Oct 24, 2016 | Rating: 2.5/4 | Full Review…

Overlong and largely witless ode to white trash.

Dec 8, 2002 | Rating: 2/5

Inbred Rednecks should be the blueprint for B-movies everywhere: make what you like, do it well, and don't worry about who you offend in the process.

Aug 9, 2001 | Rating: 82/100

Sort of like Clerks as Billy Bob Thornton might reimagine it...

Jul 31, 2001 | Full Review…

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