Chip (Tyler Cornack) lives a bland existence working as tech support at a company, trapped in a loveless marriage, and totally disinterested in his duties as a father and husband. Then, one day Chip discovers the joy of anal insertion during a prostate exam. What begins as a fixation grows to a murderous compulsion in the new horror-crime-thriller Butt Boy. Leading the discharge into absurdity, writer, director, and star Tyler Cornack pulls off a high-concept thriller about a rectophiliac on a rampage and the one detective that can stop him. While Butt Boy is actually a very funny, tongue-in-cheek homage to crime dramas, the picture sags a bit here and there, making something that could have been great, just really good.
“…the joy of anal insertion…grows to a murderous compulsion…”
We meet Detective Russell Fox (Tyler Rice) as he is conducting drug raids and relishing the violent nature of his job. Demons are plenty in this alcoholic gumshoe as he attends his first AA meeting. It is this same meeting that Chip has been going to fight his secret urge to shove anything, and I mean anything, into his poo hole. Already the cause of multiple disappearances including a TV remote, a game piece, the family dog, a neighborhood child, Chip has been able to hide in plain sight while battling his urge.
As luck would have it, Chip gets assigned to be Russell’s sponsor, and immediately, the red flags are apparent. As Russell has his first meeting with Chip over a cheap coffee-house dinner, the detective in him begins to see clues that his new sponsor might be tied to a string of disappearances years prior. The cat and mouse games begin, and Detective Russell relentlessly pursues the shady Chip before he squeezes in another victim.
"…this is Seven with a sphincter."