Frank Henenlotter is a national treasure. If you weren’t convinced of that fact after watching BASKET CASE, FRANKENHOOKER, or BRAIN DAMAGE, the joyful perversion of BASKET CASE 2 will make you a believer. Immediately after the events of BASKET CASE, Duane and his heinously malformed brother Belial are “rescued” by a sweet old lady named Ruth. But the secrets in Ruth’s attic might be more than the brothers can handle. BASKET CASE 2 defies expectations to stand tall as a beautiful melding of John Waters’ POLYESTER, H.G. Lewis’ THE GRUESOME TWOSOME, and Tod Browning’s FREAKS. In other words, director Henenlotter delivers everything you could possibly want out of a sequel to a movie about a deformed monster who lives in a wicker basket and eats people’s faces for breakfast.