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Insane Clown Posse's New Cowboy Movie, Big Money Rustlas, Set for Release in August. Will the Interwebs Explode?

Facepainted Detroit rap duo Insane Clown Posse is set to release their long-awaited second Cowboy movie, Big Money Rustlas, on DVD on August 17.

So, yeah, that gives the average Juggalo only two and a half months to upgrade from VHS. Better try to pick up some double shifts, gentlemen. You're gonna wanna see this:

In this hardcore, hilarious prequel to Big Money Hustlas, a deranged gambler, Big Baby Chips (Violent J) has taken control of the small desert town of Mud Bug with his violent antics. But Big Baby isn't a lone ranger in his evil endeavor as he has enlisted the help of his two goofy "yes" men Dusty Poot (Monoxide) and Raw Stank (Jamie Madrox), along with his menacing henchman Hack Benjamin (Jumpsteady). His long reign of terror may soon end when a forgotten hero named Sugar Wolf (Shaggy 2 Dope) rides in to redeem his family name as Mud Bug's new Sheriff, and bring peace to the frightened townspeople. In his quest for  justice, Sheriff Sugar Wolf finds faith in local gunman, Dirty Sanchez (Mark Jury), and wacky night watchman, Bucky (Jason Mewes).

That's right: Jason Mewes, Jay of the Jay and Silent Bob duo is in the ICP movie. Actually, upon further reflection, this might be the most prestigious role he's ever landed. But I digress.

The film was written Violent J and directed by Paul Andresen (Shockumentary) and Mewes is just a jumping off point for the list of impressive names making a cameo. Tom Sizemore, Ron Jeremy, Brigitte Nielsen, Vanilla Ice, and Dustin Diamond also get bit parts.

That's right: Vanilla Ice, Screech, and Insane Clown Posse in the same movie. If you thought bloggers lost their shit over Insane Clown Posse's "Miracles" video, then, as Randy Bachman and Fred Turner once said, you ain't seen nothin' yet.

B-b-b-baby, you ain't seen nothin' yet.

Preorder this muthphuckin' shit right here, my ninjas.

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Martin Cizmar
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