After being attacked on vacation by a Mexican Butt Humping Bull Frog, Waldo Williams is having issues. When he gets treated for his butt ache, he soon realizes that his ass is becoming a monster. Yep, you heard me right… a giant ass monster.
You say Rectuma
to anybody and they know the type of film you are talking about. This is not going to win any awards and it’s not going to be called the feel good comedy of the year. But it will make you laugh. At least it did me. One particular bright spot is the relationship between Waldo Williams (Bill Devlin
) and his wife Valvetta, played especially well by Dani Leon
. These two have fun as the oblivious husband whose wife would rather have sex with anyone else, especially when that someone else happens to be African American. Yep, it’s a cheap joke, but it is well-played here. Whenever she questions him as to why he is asking her really appropriate questions is hilarious, especially her reaction when he finds something under her pillow.
But the big question is, is this movie what it promises to be? You know, fart jokes, fecal matter and big hairy asses? Hell yes. In fact I really didn’t need to see Mr. Devlin’s butt as much as I did. That was enough to give me nightmares. No offense Bill. There were a number a crude jokes that did sometimes get a little tedious but seriously… the movie is called Rectuma for a reason. And aside from “ass” I really enjoyed some of the non-nether region humor. Including Jean Black
as Detective Cipolla, a woman who thinks she is Jodie Foster
from The Silence of the Lambs
. It seems she had some issues with some dude and his butt and hamsters. You do the math. I also really dug the Mothra
tribute with “Hi and Nee”, two narrators who appear in urinals and anywhere else they can sing their song about Waldo. They are played by Hiromi Nishiyama
and Rachel Morihiro
who truly understand the type of flick they are making.
This is funny stuff and is played strictly as a grade Z (in a good way) comedy/monster flick. There is nothing serious here. But again, I do have to mention that I think I saw more hairy man butt than I need to see ever again. That was really the most terrifying part of the movie. But lucky for us, we get a decent amount of funny along with that. There are some clever tributes (and maybe a few not so clever, butt hey). I also dug the lack of political correctness. If you are easily offended than do yourself a favor, don't see any movie with rectum in the title. If you are in the mood for a good BAD movie, than this is the movie for you.