Insane horror/comedy that mixes political satire with cheap splatter. It's an absurd combination, documenting an incel's crazy mad fantasies and theories. The budget is microscopic, the content is quite vile, and the comedy is definitely an acquired taste, but all in all this was an incredibly fun, if cheap, mess of a film. Don't watch if you're easily triggered though.
An oddity, that's for sure. There's so much going on here that it is difficult to take everything in in a single sitting. That doesn't mean this is highbrow cinema. Scissor Dick is a mix of pinku, splatter horror, and tokusatsu action, with scathing social critique running underneath. Incel culture is facing rampant feminism and as both are making victims left and right, two people will overcome their adversities to make the world a better place. The film is made on a tight budget but with a lot of heart and dedication. It's a poster child for the freedom and creativity that directors of low-budget cinema enjoy, but if you're easily triggered or offended, it might be best to skip this one.