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  • n. A relatively low-budget film given a similar theme and title to a popular blockbuster in an attempt to piggyback on its success.

Etymologies

Blend of mock and blockbuster (Wiktionary)

Examples

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  • Frequently, successful films will spawn pornographic knock-offs with punned titles. Examples include: Gilligan's Bi-Land (Gilligan's Island), Edward Penishands (Edward Scissorhands), "Kinky Kong" (King Kong), Forrest Hump (Forrest Gump), Raiders of the Lost Arse (Raiders of the Lost Ark), and Flesh Gordon (Flash Gordon).

    June 25, 2015

  • As called knockbuster or drafting opportunity.

    June 25, 2015

  • A low-budget (but not necessarily bad) movie made after a blockbuster using a similar plot and often exploiting on its publicity campaign. (Urban Dictionary)

    May 14, 2011