Cannibal! The Musical

Year: 
1996
Rated: 
R
Genre: 
Those South Park Guys, TROMA
Director: 
Trey Parker
Writer(s): 
Trey Parker
Actor(s): 
Trey Parker
Matt Stone
Dian Bachar
Runtime: 
95
Rating: 
Four BOBs
Review: 

Cross Oklahoma! and Blazing Saddles and add in a little bit of Evil Dead II - and you've got Cannibal! The Musical..

This is the story of Alfred Packer, a miner leading a party from Utah to Colorado territory. They get lost and stuck in the mountains without food in the middle of winter...good thing one of the guys is a butcher. Made before South Park made Trey Parker and Matt Stone a household name, Cannibal! The Musical is a damn funny film. It is indeed a true musical, by which I mean that people randomly break into song about every five minutes. It is also a true musical because the songs are unbelievably cheesy, nay, almost embarrassing to listen to. Songs include 'It's a Spredoinkal Day,' 'When I was on Top of You,' 'Let's Build a Snowman' and 'The Trapper Song.'

Besides Matt and Trey, this film stars Dian Bachar (Little Bitch from BASEketball, Choda Boy from Orgazmo) as a horny party member and that Japanese guy who played G-Fresh in Orgazmo as the Indian Chief.

"Fudge, Packer?" - Humphrey (Matt Stone)