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John’s Horror Corner: Bad Milo (2013), hands down the best movie about an ass monster I’ve ever seen!

March 20, 2014

MY CALL:  More adorable than horrific, Milo put a big smile on my face.  This is hands down the best movie I’ve ever seen about a butt monster.  MORE MOVIES LIKE Bad Milo:  Like a few laughs with your horror?  Try Final Destination 5 (2011), Piranha 3D (2010), Piranha 3DD (2012), The Hazing (2004) Tucker and Dale vs Evil (2010), Drag Me to Hell (2009), Hatchet (2006) and The Cabin in the Woods (2012).  If you love gory, exploitative, intensely inappropriate movies and can tolerate subtitles I’d suggest you pick a few movies from A Beginner’s Guide to Tokyo Gore Shock Cinema.

Duncan (Ken Marino; Eastbound & Down, Children’s Hospital) leads a stressful life which, consequently, led to the development of an anal polyp.  His doctor’s prescription: avoid stress.  Of course, right after receiving this advice, he encounters nothing but stress.  His boss is pressuring him, his wife (Gillian Jacobs; Community) wants to start a family, his mother married someone younger than him, and his co-worker is making his work life Hell.

During an entertaining, gastrointestinally-scored bathroom scene, Duncan gives anal birth to Milo, the malevolent personification of his anal polyp which emerges from his ass to kill the source of his stress.  What’s REALLY scary, though, is that after Milo kills he returns and climbs back into Duncan’s ass!

The jokes are funny, but not quite the over-the-top nature I expected.  I thought this would be scripted more like Scary Movie.  Instead this was played mildly straight-faced…for a butt monster movie.  However, the physical comedy is HILARIOUS!  As far as butt demons go, Milo is pretty cute…adorable at times…like a shaved Gizmo, cooing and cuddling.  The creature effects were decent, too.

See?  Just plain adorable!

A lot of inappropriate things happen in this movie beyond the plotline that an anal polyp demon emerges from a man’s ass for occasional killing sprees.  A man falls face first into another man’s bare ass, a man’s face is eaten by Milo while Milo is still inside Duncan’s ass, a man’s penis is brutally bitten off…this is definitely the kind of flick you watch with a case of beer and some of your gore-loving bros.

Oh, and watch through the credits.  There are some really funny b-reels.

15 Comments leave one →
  1. March 20, 2014 9:27 am

    hahahaha! I thought I was the only one to have watched this movie! You are like some long lost relative of mine with your taste and review of horror movies – nice to know that I am not the ONLY one. My family gives me so much crap for my taste in movies! lol

    • johnleavengood permalink
      March 20, 2014 7:57 pm

      I may be proud of my unconventional taste, but I wouldn’t exactly go telling my family that I saw this. LOL. Telling them would then require explaining the movie to them as they stare blankly wondering why I was using my higher education to critique the finer issues of a film about a demonic ass polyp.

  2. March 20, 2014 11:35 am

    “He’s one angry little sh**” It ain’t Shakespeare but I love it.

    • johnleavengood permalink
      March 20, 2014 7:58 pm

      Could you imagine if he was groaning in iambic pentameter while “passing” his demonic ass tumor?

  3. Victor De Leon permalink
    March 20, 2014 8:16 pm

    Must. See. This.

  4. March 20, 2014 8:47 pm

    Glad that this did not turn out like a Scary Movie. Loved it and had a great time with it!!! Awesome that you seem to have felt the same!

    • johnleavengood permalink
      March 20, 2014 8:48 pm

      What’s not to like? Milo is basically a completely shaved anal Gizmo with clipped ears.


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