Lord Buckethead (yes, he really does have a bucket on his head) goes on a rampage in small-town America as he and his handful of little helpers are on the lookout for "the princess and the secret transmissions". But apparently they've landed on the wrong planet ! What follows is a rare and surprisingly funny spoof on the "Star Wars"-trilogy. Buckethead, the Darth Vader of this story looks like something out of a Monty Python-picture as he roams the countryside. It's not always on target but when it is, the humour is so innovative, crazy and refreshing that with the low budget in mind one can't help feeling very impressed over Todd Durham's piece of work.
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Video Codec: XviD 1080 kb/s
Audio Codec: 0x0055(MP3) ID'd as MPEG-1 Layer 3 122 kb/s (61/ch, stereo) VBR LAME3.96rÂ¯
Aspect Ratio: 656x384 (1.71:1) [=41:24]
Duration: 01:26:06 (129,138 fr)
"Lord Buckethead" attempted to promote his movie in the UK by standing as a prospective MP for Parliament in both the 1987 and 1992 General Elections. Representing the "Gremloid" party (by which this movie is known in the UK) he stood against Margaret Thatcher in her Finchley constituency and somehow got 131 votes. Five years later in 1992 he stood against the then PM John Major in Huntingdon and got 107 votes.
Hope you enjoy this Star Wars/Sci-Fi parody. Its bad in a good way.