Killa Season=The Movie We’ve been waiting for…

Sadly, the only Movie Poster Hell Rell will ever be on

The day was Tuesday, it was a miracle, the Killa Season DVD was actually released, only one pushback sufficed for this Killa project. No time was wasted to get to watching it, here at ML it was priority numero uno. And oh boy (pun!!) folks if you love Cam’ron and crew’s real life antics of being car-jacked to arguing on Bill O’Rielly then this shit is definitely for you. From the outside you might judge this film as a an amateur foray into straight to dvd movies. If you did that, you would be so wrong because Killa, Hell Rell & Co. bring a much deeper than you could possibly imagine.

*The shooting of the film is epic alone, from scenes in ’1992′ when Cam was in High School selling weed to janitors and teachers they had brand spanking new Dells with flat panel screens at his high school, and the homies he was working with on his *ahem* operations wear the same exact outfits in some scenes that are 14 years apart but in the same exact rooms!

*For you editing buffs, If you look closely you’ll see plenty of cameras sticking out through out the film. The flashback scenes in the film occur often and the transition is straight up horrible, I can’t even joke about it.

*If you have some fetish about watching true-life crackheads, this movie does it for you, you’ll give it a lot of bonus points if you enjoy crackheads without any acting training what so ever.

*The script alone will sweep you off your feet with lines direct at Cam’rons character ‘Flea’ such as “FUCK A FLEA!!”

*If that is not enough comical genius for you, there is a fucking boatload here. From scenes to where homies are picking up 70 year old ladies to chill with to hollering at ladies that are mourning. Think of this as a hood version of the wedding crashers ending scene.

*If you hate the 5-0, rejoice as here they are portrayed of having some comic as the commissioner and consisting of a huge task force of 2 officers for the whole precinct.

*Killa speaking “African” and Spanish is worth the dvd alone.

*Actors who are clearly Puerto Rican are able to play Italians!

*Which ever weed carrier scored the soundtrack, needs some sort of recognition because while the music doesn’t really match up with whats on screen I enjoyed watching some upbeat soul/funk song play as Cam gets dressed for a funeral or a dramatic tense action theme plays as Cam “enjoys” a shorty. *NH* warning you see Cam’s ass, unless something fishy is going on, I hope it is directed for the female viewers.

*As you see in the clip bellow a few subliminals are nicely worked in, even Funkmaster Flex pops up as car dealer that doesn’t require credit checks to throw jabs at Benzino, *MUST SEE*.

*The Gay drug dealer from ‘The Wire’ pops up for about 10 seconds in the movie…considering it was some violent scene, maybe it was footage of an actual event?

*Drive-by on a bicycle. enough said.

*If you’ve ever wondered how drugs are trafficked into the country from the Dominican, the movie depicts it as graphically as humanly possibly, for some sick reason I wanted to cry tears of joy.

*There is some random ass gore scene in the movie, with like 123294823483 stabbings on one person alone. The props used for internal body parts look like dog toys from the dollar store dripped in blood red.

*Other than one glass of Orange Juice which gets spilled, and 3 2 liter bottles of soda, the only beverage consumed by the characters is sizzurp.

*The movie includes a random ass trip to Atlanta, which accomplishes very little but shows a lot of strippers in their work place environment! (The footage leading up to this ‘trip’ really looks like some personal video of the whole dipset crew on a private jet, when they land they have a red carpet which Juelz err ‘Bandana’ anxiously points out.)

*Flea’s lawyer once says “I Love You” to him in one scene, a NO HOMO warning was nowhere flashing on the screen.

*In the movie, some one actually did casting for this movie, so dudes didn’t just randomly show up to shoot this movie, which was what I thought.

*If you think the laughs are over when the credits roll, that is a lie, shit like having about 60 actors simply labeled as ‘Crackheads’ no numbers to even tell them apart are included.

Oh yeah, that deeper meaning that they bring can’t be described in any words, just go see the damn movie!!! While it may not be flashy with all the Hollywood shit, it is truly from the streets, this shit gets 5/5 Sizzurp Bottles from ML.
Regardless, after viewing this movie to the bitter end, the conclusion answers very few questions (see: none) so there must be a sequel ASAP, after the Cam’ron confronting pedophiles DVD, it is all I really want right now.

oh yeah and this…

(The Album).

aanddd…….Where the fuck is the IMDB page for this movie? Fucking haters are everywhere.

*This scene from the movie shows the beautiful work that was done for the film. I think I’m going to go around randomly screaming GILES! GILES! Mase subliminals and then footage of him crying earn this an A+++ alone.

2 more clips from the movie..

Cam doesn’t like the cutting up process apparently…

but he does like spitting on little girls…

some other shit real quick

Umm….WTF IS DAME WEARING? Is he going for an urban Einstein look?

Nice & Simple= A Raekwon interview.

Umm..Sticky Fingaz plays russian roulette?

The 1980′s Arizona Wildcats basketball had the illest rhymes, TOM TOLBERT IN THE HOUSE!

props to Deadspin for the find.

on a serious note:
Eminem’s speech at Proof’s funeral:


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