Director: Valeri Milev
Writer: Valeri Milev, Timur Turisbekov (Screenplay)
Starring: Danny Trejo, Timur Turisbekov, Doroteya Toleva, Yana Marinova
Plot: During the Third World War, the American government initiates a secret project code named “Army Bacon” in order to create super soldier by inbreeding human being with pigs. 25 years later a breed called “Muzzles” have occupied top of the food chain, eating and farming humans like animals. Rob Justice is an ex-bounty hunter working for the last line of human resistance – a group of survivors hiding in a nuclear bunker deep underground. His mission is to find out how muzzles came to power and destroy them.
Runtime: 1 Hour 19 Minutes
There may be spoilers in the rest of the review
Story: Bullets of Justice starts as we hit the post-apocalyptic world where a world war destroy a large portion of the world and a new species known as Muzzles were raised, half human, half pig, becoming the new threat for humanity. Rob Justice (Turisbekov) is looking to find the leader of the Muzzle army to stop them creating more, in a final attempt to fight off and save humanity.
Thoughts on Bullets of Justice
Final Thoughts – Bullets of Justice is a film that feels like it has been released in the wrong era, it looks like a complete 1970s grindhouse style action horror, it knows the levels of entertainment it is reaching for, which isn’t going to be for everything, and nor would anything that involves a film that has humans fighting half human, half pigs. It is meant to be offensive with how everything is portrayed and isn’t afraid to hold back on the gore, nudity or grossed out behaviour. This is one you are either going to love, or switch off very early on because you can’t take anymore, being the movie that is perfectly created for the right audience.