The trailer for BLACK DEVIL DOLL warns potential viewers, “If the thought of a wayward white woman having sexual relations with a demonic jive ass black puppet offends you, DO NOT SEE BLACK DEVIL DOLL!” If that sentence has piqued your interest, then you are probably a twisted fuck like myself and will have a good time with this movie.
It’s about Heather and her ventriloquist puppet that happens to be possessed by Mubia Abul-Jama, a Black Power Revolutionary Party leader who was recently executed for murdering 15 Caucasian women. He possessed Heather’s doll after she screwed around with a Ouija board and unwittingly allowed Mubia to escape Hell – transforming her puppet into Black Devil Doll.
Heather falls in love with Mubia but is unable to satisfy his insatiable desire for white ass. So she agrees to invite four of her friends over so that Mubia can have sex with them. But Heather is shocked to learn Mubia’s ways of seduction are not quite…normal. In fact, they are downright depraved.
BLACK DEVIL DOLL is a film chock full of rape, crude humor, shit, puppet cumshots, golden showers, tossed salads, necrophilia, homosexual necrophilia, puppet sex, and cold-blooded murder. In other words, everything you could want in a film. Or, for some of you, everything you want to avoid.
I mean really, what else can I say about this movie that you couldn’t gather from that trailer? Either you are immediately turned off by the silliness of it, or you are on Amazon getting you a copy before reading any further. But be warned, if you are one of those politically correct types, BLACK DEVIL DOLL will offend you all to hell. The film goes much, much, further than even I expected.
Inspired by a slew of films including BLACK DEVIL DOLL FROM HELL and CHILD’S PLAY, the movie reminded me of the first time I ever watched films like THE TOXIC AVENGER or STREET TRASH. Watching with glee as an independent horror movie effectively pushed boundaries while still managing to entertain.
The humor is of the toilet variety. It is politically incorrect, juvenile and obscene. Some of the jokes are repeated a bit and lose their effectiveness, but there are some hilarious lines in the film and the absurdity of some of the scenes have to be seen to be believed. I mean, when’s the last time you watched a woman give a black puppet a rim job?
Oh, and I friggin’ loved the score by The Giallos Flame. This horror funk and jazz band is known for remixing popular horror scores into tracks that sound like Fabio Frizzi, Franco Micallizi and Goblin rolled into one. You can check out a few of their BLACK DEVIL DOLL tracks through their Myspace page.
BLACK DEVIL DOLL is another film that acts as a proverbial middle finger to Hollywood – except Lewis and crew use that same finger to give Hollywood a Dirty Sanchez. For best results, watch with friends…and alcohol.Tags: black devil doll, Film, Horror, review