What's in the basket this year? As it happens, writer-director Frank Henenlotter has taken an interest in keeping his cult series from repeating itself, and BASKET CASE 3 feels more like an honest continuation of its predecessors' story than most low-budget sequels. Of course,
familiarity has taken the edge off the horror by this point in the saga, but Henenlotter evidently realized this and has made the third installment the most overtly humorous of the three.
The story reunites the by-now-unbalanced Duane Bradley (Kevin Van Hentenryck) with his deformed, murderous twin Belial, yet it separates them too. After Duane tried to sew Belial back onto his side at the...