Finally, Caucasians get a taste of their own segregation. Troma Entertainment has acquired HONKY HOLOCAUST, a film by Paul M McAlarney. HONKY HOLOCAUST tackles today’s social and racial issues from a totally new perspective. Imagining a world where Charles Manson’s attempts at inciting a race war succeeded and the African-Americans won. The story follows Kendra Manson, descendant of the cult leader, as she and the rest of the cult emerge from their bunker after decades of solitude to find a world where white people are the oppressed race and African-Americans are the oppressors.
Maria Natapov plays Kendra Manson, sweet-natured heroine of HONKY HOLOCAUST
This is the first feature film from director Paul M McAlarney, founder of the production company Ungovernable Films. The company’s name comes from the phrase “the ungovernable force” often used by the British anarcho-punk band Conflict, and that attitude is evident to anyone who watches HONKY HOLOCAUST. The cast & crew are all regulars of McAlarney’s work and they are certain to be staples of underground cinema in the years ahead.