Old Time Western / Horror Rap Combo Makes for a Hilarious Comedy

Insane Clown Posse’s Expansive Media Empire

Insane Clown Posse (ICP) has built a media empire that is nearly unparalleled among contemporary musicians. Few acts today can boast three feature films, two documentaries, original mythology, their own festival, and an extensive merchandise line. This makes ICP one of the most watch iWonder
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ICP’s Cinematic Ventures

ICP’s foray into the visual arts includes five films:

  1. Big Money Hustlas (2000)
  2. Death Racers (2008)
  3. Big Money Rustlas (2010)

Unlike many musicians who take their acting careers too seriously, ICP embraces the B-movie comedy genre, ensuring their films are light-hearted and entertaining.

Big Money Rustlas Review

Plot Overview

Big Money Rustlas is an old-timey Western comedy that begins with Big Baby Chips (Violent J) dominating a poker table at the Hatchetman Saloon. Through deception and threats, he controls the town of Mud Bug. However, his reign is challenged when Sugar Wolf (Shaggy 2 Dope) returns to town.

Sugar Wolf, sent away from Mud Bug as a child, comes back to find his mother (the town’s prostitute) living in fear of Big Baby Chips. Determined to avenge his father’s death (the former sheriff killed by Big Baby), Sugar Wolf becomes the new sheriff and vows to bring justice to Mud Bug.



The film’s central conflict is between Big Baby Chips and Sheriff Sugar Wolf. Big Baby Chips makes several attempts to assassinate Sugar Wolf, leading to a series of comedic and unpredictable events.