Directed by: Trey Parker 

By Lucas

Caution to those with a thin skin: this film isn’t for the easily offended, as it’s about to push all your buttons. Originally unleashed upon the world 25 years ago, this R-rated masterpiece has returned in stunning 4K Ultra HD, as relevant and provocative as ever.

“South Park: Bigger, Longer & Uncut” isn’t your typical musical. While Trey Parker’s band infuses it with tunes that initially evoke warm, fuzzy Disney vibes, they’re quick to shatter that illusion, hitting you like a sudden smack from a blood-filled mosquito. Amidst the raunchy humor and shockingly explicit content, there’s a surprising depth to the film’s commentary. Take, for instance, the catchy yet scathing number “Blame Canada,” which cleverly skewers America’s tendency to scapegoat external influences instead of addressing internal issues like responsible parenting.

Beneath the surface-level absurdity of foul-mouthed grade-schoolers and politically incorrect jokes lies a poignant exploration of censorship. The Canadian duo, Terrance and Philip, animated stars of the show, find themselves under fire for supposedly corrupting America’s youth. And yes, there’s an abundance of swearing—so much so that it transcends the usual suspects like the “F” and “S” words, delving into a tapestry of linguistic obscenities so creatively colorful, you’d struggle to imagine anything worse penetrating your child’s innocent ears.

So, heed this warning: “South Park: Bigger, Longer & Uncut” is not for the faint of heart. But for those brave enough to confront its controversy head-on, it’s a wild, unapologetic ride through the dark and absurd corners of censorship and societal norms.

Special Features:

Commentary by Matt Stone and Trey Parker

“What Would Brian Boitano Do? Music Video

Theatrical Trailers

Sing – A – Long version of the Film