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Larry C.
01-27-09, 04:30 PM
Me too, and I think I'm even working up to giving the pain olympics a try - never seen it, just heard a lot about it.

I've read the one with the hardcore music is fake, but if you go to the BME website they have pics and videos of the real thing ...

NOOOOO Don't do it man. Seriously stay away.

LickTheABCs
01-27-09, 04:33 PM
Me too, and I think I'm even working up to giving the pain olympics a try - never seen it, just heard a lot about it.

I've read the one with the hardcore music is fake, but if you go to the BME website they have pics and videos of the real thing ...

Go for it, if you believe it real or fake one thing it'll do is make a man out of ya. For better or worse.

Its says its unrated so I'm hoping it the same.

BTW Kurtie I expect a full indepth review of Slaughtered Vomit Dolls by the weekend please.

I'm pretty sure Unearthed doesn't know how to release anything that's cut. It's fucking Unearthed. Those dudes are hardcore.

Oh, and Unearthed are also releasing awesome Special Editions of both Slaughtered Vomit Dolls and ReGOREgitated Sacrifice in the near future.

Kurtie will review it then. If DVDTalk gets it at all.

Larry C.
01-27-09, 04:41 PM
Damn they don't have this at best buy I was maybe gonna buy it.

If amyone knows any B&M stores that might stock this please LMK

eXcentris
01-27-09, 05:10 PM
Just finished "A Tale of Two Sisters" enjoyed it a lot. Man the Asians really know Horror/Suspense. The just have a better eye for detail and story telling. There is no way in the the remake of this "The Uninvited" will come close in atmosphere and pace.

That translation is weird because there'a also a Korean horror film called "The Uninvited" (2003). It's actually a pretty good psychological horror/thriller.

But yeah, "A Tale of Two Sisters" was brilliant.

lee_hero
01-27-09, 05:28 PM
Recent disturbing films that I've watched.

Tokyo Gore Police - Over the top gore, gore, gore! Absolutely loved it. The engineers rocked. And what is it with the Japanese and escargot? Brought back memories of Uzumaki. Like someone posted somewhere else, with all of the PSA announcements in the movie, I kept expecting them to end with "Would you like to know more?" ala Starship Troopers.

Meatball Machine - Another Japanese Gorefest, although not on the same levels as TGP. The story was better than TGP, imo, with the whole love story going on. I'm always a sucker for these Japanese Tetsuo inspired Cyber-Punk films.

Inside - Finally got around to watching this after Rue Morgue being all over it's junk since it's release. Probably the most disturbing movie I have ever seen in my life. The realism that they pull off all these shots with is amazing. I couldn't tell you how many times I found myself looking away or flinching.

Does anyone recommend Machine Girl? I've been wanting to buy it, but I keep holding off for some reason. Also looking for any other recommendations in the Asian Cyber Punk genre.

LickTheABCs
01-27-09, 05:58 PM
That translation is weird because there'a also a Korean horror film called "The Uninvited" (2003). It's actually a pretty good psychological horror/thriller.

It's alright. Some fairly disturbing child violence in that one but the film doesn't quite no what it wanted to be.

Meatball Machine - Another Japanese Gorefest, although not on the same levels as TGP. The story was better than TGP, imo, with the whole love story going on. I'm always a sucker for these Japanese Tetsuo inspired Cyber-Punk films.

Love this film. If you haven't seen "Battlefield Baseball" I'd recommend it. Not Cyber-punk but a terrific film from the same director. It's a Zombie-Sports-Comedy-Musical mishmash. Good stuff.

Does anyone recommend Machine Girl? I've been wanting to buy it, but I keep holding off for some reason. Also looking for any other recommendations in the Asian Cyber Punk genre.

I'd recommend it, if you like an OK film with lots of gore and alot more fun. Have you seen Shozin Fukui's films? 964 Pinocchio is a fucked-up flick while Rubber's Lover is not as good is still essential.

and while not Horror, if you like cyber-punk and haven't seen Puzzlehead (http://puzzleheadthemovie.com/index.html).. I'd highly suggest it.

lee_hero
01-27-09, 06:08 PM
If you haven't seen "Battlefield Baseball" I'd recommend it. Not Cyber-punk but a terrific film from the same director. It's a Zombie-Sports-Comedy-Musical mishmash. Good stuff.

Have seen this one. Bought a copy off Ebay a few years ago. I loved it.

I'd recommend it, if you like an OK film with lots of gore and alot more fun. Have you seen Shozin Fukui's films? 964 Pinocchio is a fucked-up flick while Rubber's Lover is not as good is still essential.

Seen Pinocchio 964, but not Rubber's Lover. Rubber's Lover is one of those films that I've always heard about but just never got around to watching. My interest was peaked in it after watching Pinocchio 964, but I don't know what happened. I'm gonna have to track it down and give it a watch.

and while not Horror, if you like cyber-punk and haven't seen Puzzlehead (http://puzzleheadthemovie.com/index.html).. I'd highly suggest it.

Saw this at Movie Gallery the other day. They had a couple of used copies for like $4 each. I may have to pick it up the next time I'm in there.

Thanks for the recommendations!

LickTheABCs
01-27-09, 06:37 PM
Thanks for the recommendations!

No problem. Just 2 more I'll throw out there..

I.K.U. (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/I.K.U.) - It's one of my favorites. Plus, it's directed by a chick, which is really odd for this type of genre.

and Electric Dragon 80.000 V. This one for all its weirdness is much more polished than any of Fukui's films. Inside the spoiler is a 10-minute scene from the flick:

<object width="425" height="344"><param name="movie" value="http://www.youtube.com/v/fNrrQl45xuA&hl=en&fs=1"></param><param name="allowFullScreen" value="true"></param><param name="allowscriptaccess" value="always"></param><embed src="http://www.youtube.com/v/fNrrQl45xuA&hl=en&fs=1" type="application/x-shockwave-flash" allowscriptaccess="always" allowfullscreen="true" width="425" height="344"></embed></object>

DVDsAreMyLIFE
01-27-09, 06:41 PM
No problem. Just 2 more I'll throw out there..

I.K.U. (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/I.K.U.) - It's one of my favorites. Plus, it's directed by a chick, which is really odd for this type of genre.


I want to see this one, did you have to go out and buy it? Netflix doesn't seem to have it. :( Although I didn't think they would.

lee_hero
01-27-09, 06:45 PM
No problem. Just 2 more I'll throw out there..

I.K.U. (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/I.K.U.) - It's one of my favorites. Plus, it's directed by a chick, which is really odd for this type of genre.

and Electric Dragon 80.000 V. This one for all its weirdness is much more polished than any of Fukui's films. Inside the spoiler is a 10-minute scene from the flick:


Cool. Thanks again. I've never even heard of I.K.U., but Electric Dragon 80,000 V is one of those that's always in the trailers of Tokyo Shock dvd's that I've always wanted to pick up.

LickTheABCs
01-27-09, 06:56 PM
I want to see this one, did you have to go out and buy it? Netflix doesn't seem to have it. :( Although I didn't think they would.

Yes, unfortunately. Tower (http://www.tower.com/i-k-u-yumeko-sasaki-dvd/wapi/107017787) has it for $12 though. Not to expensive.

lee_hero
01-27-09, 07:20 PM
Just did a little reading on I.K.U., so there is a 90 minute version and a 74 minute version?

Man, that's a hell of a cut.

Larry C.
01-27-09, 07:28 PM
Hey Lick did you watch squirmfest 1 and 2?

LickTheABCs
01-27-09, 08:02 PM
Just did a little reading on I.K.U., so there is a 90 minute version and a 74 minute version?

Yeah, the version on the DVD is the 74 minute version. I think the 90 minute was just the version they showed at festivals and such. I'm guessing the director cut it when it got to DVD.

Hey Lick did you watch squirmfest 1 and 2?

Not yet. I'm kinda putting them off. I'll get around to them sometime in the near future, though. In the past few days I've watched Lucker the Necrophagous (http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0091446/combined) which was just terrible and Psycho: The Snuff Reels (http://severed-cinema.com//index.php?option=com_content&task=view&id=74&Itemid=26) (watch out, some pics in the link are NSFW) which is a bastard child of the Guinea Pig series. For what it was, it was pretty good.

asianxcore
01-28-09, 04:24 AM
Pimpin' my own review, but this one <a href="http://www.dvdtalk.com/reviews/36094/gutterballs/">Gutterballs</a> is pretty good. Over the top gore, gang rape, brief semi-porno scenes and more! Plus it has a preview for a movie called Piglet that looks even nastier ...

I got a copy of the film at Fangoria 08' when director Ryan Nicholson was selling the first run (before TLA picked it up for wide release) of DVD's at the cast/crew table.

Really like the film. It's definitely a throwback to cheesy 80's slasher flicks. The gang rape scene is ridiculously over the top. I can see though that some critics panned the movie for being too mean spirited just to be so.

eXcentris
01-28-09, 08:55 AM
I found I.K.U to be pretentious and boring, despite some creative camera work and hot nubile chicks. As a porn rip-off of Blade Runner it fails even to tillitate (the usual Japanese fogging of the intimate regions doesn't help), and as "post-modern multimedia art piece" it also fails. There's no plot to speak of and the SFX is just cheesy. I remember the audience at Fantasia (2000 or 2001, can't remember exactly) being bored after 15 min. This is at best a "curiosity".

LickTheABCs
01-28-09, 10:46 AM
Really like the film. It's definitely a throwback to cheesy 80's slasher flicks. The gang rape scene is ridiculously over the top. I can see though that some critics panned the movie for being too mean spirited just to be so.

That's what I'll never understand, how a movie that is so blatantly over the top could also be mean spirited. There's a reason why the rape scene goes on for what seems like 10 minutes. That's kind of the point.

I found I.K.U to be pretentious and boring, despite some creative camera work and hot nubile chicks.

Even though I did kinda like the flick, I can most definitely see your point.

Larry C.
01-28-09, 11:57 AM
Ok for whoever wants to see a little sample of squirmfest.

http://www.rezarected.com/movies/bizarre-weird-x-rated/squirmfest/prod_550.html

Nick Danger
01-28-09, 12:53 PM
I have a respectful question for the participants of this thread: Why do you enjoy movies with icky stuff?

For myself, there are images that I don't really want to put in my head. I've seen people screaming for real, and I don't really want to add to that by watching some actress screaming while a latex prosthesis gets chopped off. If it's badly done, it's simply dull, and if it's well done, it's another disturbing image I don't want in my memory.

You guys have a different view of it, and I'd like to hear what it is.

Kurtie Dee
01-28-09, 01:48 PM
I have a respectful question for the participants of this thread: Why do you enjoy movies with icky stuff?

For myself, there are images that I don't really want to put in my head. I've seen people screaming for real, and I don't really want to add to that by watching some actress screaming while a latex prosthesis gets chopped off. If it's badly done, it's simply dull, and if it's well done, it's another disturbing image I don't want in my memory.

You guys have a different view of it, and I'd like to hear what it is.

So many theories, so little time ... I do enjoy over-the-top gore and great special effects and have been into 'creepy' things since very young.

As for prostheses getting lopped off, I think the badly done ones are amusing, not dull, and the well-done ones fascinating. I definitely don't like seeing people actually suffer - and most people will say that watching the fake stuff helps certain people feel some level of 'control' over the real, and totally out-of-our-control stuff.

My current theory on enjoying horror in general cops to Stephen King; recognizing fear as one of the 'finer' emotions. I thought about it for a while recently, and I think that fear (and repulsion, I guess) is interesting because unlike many other emotions it provides an immediate physical reaction that's kind of pleasurable - endorphins and all.

As for those images in the head - you just get used to them after a while. ;)

Larry C.
01-28-09, 03:15 PM
I have to agree with Kurtie, Nick. I took to horror movies at a very early age. At the age of 8 I was at the movies with my brother watching Friday the 13th movies and at the age of 9 my stepfather took me to see Nightmare on Elm Street in theaters. There was a scene in that movie that made me jump out of my seat. At that moment I was hooked, I needed to be scared, I wanted that feeling that makes you feel alive. What happends after years and years like anything else you build a tolerance and need something new. Something you haven't seen before. I don't know if I answered your question but theres a bit more to it.

LickTheABCs
01-28-09, 04:25 PM
I have a respectful question for the participants of this thread: Why do you enjoy movies with icky stuff?

It's actually not that complicated. When I was like 10 or something, I rented Braindead (or Dead Alive I guess you could call it, since that's the name of the version we have in the states) from the Video Store down the street from my house. After that I was pretty much hooked. Soon after stuff like Cannibal Holocaust and Africa Addio and the like didn't bother me.

Plus nowadays, I have no shame in saying at this point I'm just trying to find what my threshold is. I haven't found it yet, but when I do I'll sure as hell let everyone know.

I agree with whats already been said. I watch ALOT of movies and about 96% tend to be in the Horror genre because it's something I've loved since I was young. After all that, things don't tend to bother you because you're used to it.

Rypro 525
01-28-09, 04:51 PM
Well i watched Towelhead last night and to say that some of that movie is disturbing and fucked up is an understatement. Especially the scenes with Aaron Eckart and the little girl.

LickTheABCs
01-28-09, 06:25 PM
Uh.. yeah, so I got around to watching ReGOREgitated Sacrifice and I'm officially speechless.

OK, if anyone is interested, I took some snapshots of various scenes from the film and put it on a blog I created. Now, I'm not going to post the link here because well, I don't need to pimp my own shit and the pictures are EXTREMELY NSFW. So, yeah, If you want to see them PM me.

I don't want to post them here and get DVDTalk in any kind of trouble.

Rypro 525
01-28-09, 06:30 PM
is it more blood and gore or sex

LickTheABCs
01-28-09, 06:49 PM
is it more blood and gore or sex

Yep.

SPRBD
01-28-09, 07:52 PM
I got a copy of the film at Fangoria 08' when director Ryan Nicholson was selling the first run (before TLA picked it up for wide release) of DVD's at the cast/crew table.

If you watch the TLA version, I'd be interested in if there are any quality differences between the two. The colors in the TLA release look screwed up at times and there are other possible mastering issues.

asianxcore
01-28-09, 09:16 PM
If you watch the TLA version, I'd be interested in if there are any quality differences between the two. The colors in the TLA release look screwed up at times and there are other possible mastering issues.

Hopefully I'll get a chance to take a look at that release. Either by renting it or buying it really cheap.

http://xploitedcinema.com/catalog/gutterballs-ballsout-uncut-edition-p-13907.html

That's the one I bought at Fangoria 09'

Uh.. yeah, so I got around to watching ReGOREgitated Sacrifice and I'm officially speechless.


Isn't that film in a trilogy? I want to pick up the LE release sometime in the future.

I have a respectful question for the participants of this thread: Why do you enjoy movies with icky stuff?


Like others in this thread, I got into horror movies at a really early age. My cousins would always rent them from the local video store and I'd watch along because I was curious. Some fascinated me and other had me scared shitless. I think my introduction into any sort of "Exploitation" genre was when I was in elementary school and my uncle had brought a copy of "Shocking Asia" over at a family reunion :)

"Shocking Asia" was a documentary/shockumentary along the lines of "Faces Of Death" (which I also saw around the same time). From there as I got older was able to track down a lot of these films and more to rewatch, my love for them grew. Exploitation/Horror will always be my two favorite genres.

LickTheABCs
01-28-09, 10:37 PM
Isn't that film in a trilogy? I want to pick up the LE release sometime in the future.

Yeah, there's ReGOREgitated, Slaughtered Vomit Dolls and a yet to be made film. All 3 are being prepped for Special Editions by Unearthed Films. They're about the ONLY company who could release them.

Larry C.
01-28-09, 10:49 PM
Hopefully I'll get a chance to take a look at that release. Either by renting it or buying it really cheap.

http://xploitedcinema.com/catalog/gutterballs-ballsout-uncut-edition-p-13907.html

That's the one I bought at Fangoria 09'



Isn't that film in a trilogy? I want to pick up the LE release sometime in the future.



Like others in this thread, I got into horror movies at a really early age. My cousins would always rent them from the local video store and I'd watch along because I was curious. Some fascinated me and other had me scared shitless. I think my introduction into any sort of "Exploitation" genre was when I was in elementary school and my uncle had brought a copy of "Shocking Asia" over at a family reunion :)

"Shocking Asia" was a documentary/shockumentary along the lines of "Faces Of Death" (which I also saw around the same time). From there as I got older was able to track down a lot of these films and more to rewatch, my love for them grew. Exploitation/Horror will always be my two favorite genres.


Wow Shocking Asia!!! I haven't heard that in a loooong time. I remember watching that.

Larry C.
01-28-09, 10:51 PM
Uh.. yeah, so I got around to watching ReGOREgitated Sacrifice and I'm officially speechless.

OK, if anyone is interested, I took some snapshots of various scenes from the film and put it on a blog I created. Now, I'm not going to post the link here because well, I don't need to pimp my own shit and the pictures are EXTREMELY NSFW. So, yeah, If you want to see them PM me.

I don't want to post them here and get DVDTalk in any kind of trouble.

PM sent

SPRBD
01-29-09, 12:34 PM
Hopefully I'll get a chance to take a look at that release. Either by renting it or buying it really cheap.

http://xploitedcinema.com/catalog/gutterballs-ballsout-uncut-edition-p-13907.html

That's the one I bought at Fangoria 09'


Interesting. I wonder if the commentary is the same? Is your copy really FS, like the description at XploitedCinema says?

asianxcore
01-30-09, 03:43 AM
Interesting. I wonder if the commentary is the same? Is your copy really FS, like the description at XploitedCinema says?

The packaging says it is 16:9 Anamorphic, but I remember it not being.

It's been a while, I'll have to pop it in again sometime to double check.

Larry C.
01-30-09, 09:48 AM
Watching Chuck and Buck. Buck is a werido. :lol:

Larry C.
01-30-09, 02:53 PM
Watched Chuck & Buck. Didn't like it what so ever! Boring and couldn't care less about any character. :down:

TheySentYou
01-30-09, 04:05 PM
chuck and buck was near-garbage. in fact, i barely cared much about the mid-90s indie attempt at realism (well, basically Larry Clark, Harmony Korine, and Todd Solondz, despite 'Another Day in Paradise' being truly enjoyable to me and 'Happiness' successfully achieving disgust with viewers).

i do think the film of that nature that got under my skin the most was Todd Solondz's latest film 'Palindromes'. i think it's worth anyone's time especially if you're into disturbing (not gore-slash stuff) realism with a message of sorts.

LickTheABCs
02-02-09, 07:57 PM
ReGOREgitated Sacrifice (http://picasaweb.google.com/lick.it.up.n.down/WerdUpBitches?authkey=JeYdOEuFrIM&feat=directlink)

asianxcore
02-02-09, 09:01 PM
ReGOREgitated Sacrifice (http://picasaweb.google.com/lick.it.up.n.down/WerdUpBitches?authkey=JeYdOEuFrIM&feat=directlink)

Wow :)

I might have to check out that film. It looks like it's going for a foot race for gross-out factor with the August Underground Trilogy.

Larry C.
02-03-09, 12:23 AM
ReGOREgitated Sacrifice (http://picasaweb.google.com/lick.it.up.n.down/WerdUpBitches?authkey=JeYdOEuFrIM&feat=directlink)

:lol: that is gore utopia right there.... Nice!!!

Kurtie Dee
02-03-09, 12:29 AM
ReGOREgitated Sacrifice (http://picasaweb.google.com/lick.it.up.n.down/WerdUpBitches?authkey=JeYdOEuFrIM&feat=directlink)

I ... I'm afraid I don't understand ....

bleep bloop

[brain is destroyed]

yeah, did plenty of web surfing, read a number of reviews and watched trailers for both this and SVD ... and ... can't do it ... bleep bloop

LickTheABCs
02-03-09, 12:35 AM
When I get a chance I'll upload some screenshots from Slaughtered Vomit Dolls and Psycho: The Snuff Reels also. Just 'cause i can. :)

asianxcore
02-04-09, 06:59 PM
Has the new film "Mum and Dad" come up in any conversations yet?

LickTheABCs
02-04-09, 10:30 PM
Not yet. Any good?

I've been trying to watch it for like a week but keep getting sidetracked.

EDIT: I just watched Carver because a few people recommended it. Terrible film. Other than the "outhouse" scene it was really a chore to make it through. The before mentioned scene was really well done and tough to watch though.

Larry C.
02-05-09, 02:23 PM
I ... I'm afraid I don't understand ....

bleep bloop

[brain is destroyed]

yeah, did plenty of web surfing, read a number of reviews and watched trailers for both this and SVD ... and ... can't do it ... bleep bloop

So no reviews on these Kurtie? :lol:

critterdvd
02-05-09, 02:29 PM
Frailty...

I was seriously disturbed and almost speechless the rest of the night after I watched that movie...

Kurtie Dee
02-05-09, 04:16 PM
So no reviews on these Kurtie? :lol:

I don't want to vomit on my keyboard ...

Larry C.
02-05-09, 04:23 PM
I don't want to vomit on my keyboard ...

:lol: sometimes you gotta just let it go.

LickTheABCs
02-05-09, 04:52 PM
:lol: sometimes you gotta just let it go.

I almost did when..

some naked chick, in a one-shot, pisses into a wine glass filling it up only to drink the glass.. Oh, she then vomits up the piss.

Spoilered for well, I dunno.

Larry C.
02-05-09, 04:55 PM
I almost did when..

some naked chick, in a one-shot, pisses into a wine glass filling it up only to drink the glass.. Oh, she then vomits up the piss.

Spoilered for well, I dunno.

I know the director said all the vomit was real but was the wine glass thing real?

I can't wait till the make this a broadway show ;)

LickTheABCs
02-05-09, 04:58 PM
They did it in one shot without cuts.. so It wouldn't surprise me.

asianxcore
02-05-09, 08:48 PM
Not yet. Any good?

I've been trying to watch it for like a week but keep getting sidetracked.


Same here. I heard some interesting things about the film and thought this was the place to check :)

d2cheer
02-06-09, 10:20 AM
Same here. I heard some interesting things about the film and thought this was the place to check :)

Mum and Dad right?

I commented on it earlier in the thread, creeped me out big time and it stayed with me for some time...

Like I said before I am not sure it is on the level with some of the depravity that is listed here but it fit the category for me.

gglass4269
02-07-09, 05:49 PM
the entire running time of SALO was intense...

islandclaws
02-07-09, 05:52 PM
Maybe it was all the hype I heard beforehand, but I felt underwhelmed the first time I saw Salo. Sure, there were some gross and disturbing scenes in the film, but nothing a hardened gorehound like myself found too appalling.

eXcentris
02-07-09, 07:03 PM
Good news! Martyrs is one visceral, vile, violent, vicious, vengeful piece of work. It's less a horror film than a film about horror, the one that lays waiting under the familiarity of daily life or the one related to all forms of oppression. It's also a film about unrequited love, suffering and redemption and the script is wickedly intelligent, always one step ahead of the viewer who will get his emotional limits tested. It's beautiful and horryfing, both in terms of the story it tells and what it shows. Relentless, savage, sublime, fragile, courageous, Martyrs will repeatedly punch you in the gut, until the final scene which will put you on your knees for good, breathless, unable to cope with or comment on what you have just seen.

The Seville DVD (review copy) will be mine on 03/24/09. Unfortunately, I doubt that this will have english subs.

LickTheABCs
02-07-09, 09:56 PM
^ I can't wait to see that.

I'm really looking forward to it.. and I look forward to very few films.

LickTheABCs
02-07-09, 09:58 PM
the entire running time of SALO was intense...

I've mentioned quite a few times in this thread that I find everything about that film completely overrated. Hopefully now that Criterion has re-released it and it is no longer ridiculously hard to find people will ease their stance about how disturbing it really is because now we can actually FIND the fucking thing and see it's nothing special at all.

LickTheABCs
02-07-09, 10:22 PM
Psycho: The Snuff Reels (http://picasaweb.google.com/lick.it.up.n.down/PsychoTheSnuffReels?authkey=bVURY69OFhE#)

Watch it as a slideshow. You pretty much get the entire film.

Larry C.
02-16-09, 12:56 AM
Well watched TGP and I gotta say I didn't enjoy it all that much. I was really hyped for this and was let down. I guess all the over the top stuff is a turn off for me. I guess I like it more realistic. Just didn't find it funny.

LickTheABCs
02-16-09, 02:38 AM
I liked Tokyo Gore Police but it wasn't anything that special. I thought TMG was a better film.

dino88
02-16-09, 05:50 AM
I just read through the thread and you guys are some sick fucks...I like it. You're making me feel normal for owning a bootleg dvd called "The Human Cannibal Collection."

I'm surprised no one has mentioned "A Clockwork Orange". I started watching slasher films when I was about 8, but when I saw this around the age of 10 I can remember feeling like I was doing something wrong. Imagine being introduced to the music of Beethoven through that film. Don't worry I'm sane.

Some other great films that are really hard to sit through are Lars Von Trier's films. They just bring out so much emotion (anger, sadness, etc..). They are a chore to get through, but you're glad you did when it's done.

I'm sure I'll have some more to add to your guys list. I'm going through my dvds and putting them on dvdaficionado right now. Nice thread though, I like it.

...FYI...I saw somebody mention "Chuck and Buck" earlier. Buck is on the new season of "Amazing Race."

edit...I've seen or heard of most of the films mentioned, but for whoever mentioned "The War Zone" thanks. I've never heard of it and it's only 4pounds on Amazon.uk.

Larry C.
02-18-09, 09:45 AM
I just read through the thread and you guys are some sick fucks...I like it. You're making me feel normal for owning a bootleg dvd called "The Human Cannibal Collection."


Yeah we are infected or something.

meatfix
02-18-09, 12:06 PM
IMPRINT s1e13 "Masters of Horror" you will regret watching this because you will never be able to get it out of your head (not sure if this qualifies as a movie but you certainly will never see this on regular TV.)

LickTheABCs
02-18-09, 01:43 PM
^ Pretty much anything Miike is involved in can be listed in this thread.

Kurtie Dee
02-18-09, 01:43 PM
IMPRINT s1e13 "Masters of Horror" you will regret watching this because you will never be able to get it out of your head (not sure if this qualifies as a movie but you certainly will never see this on regular TV.)

Miike's an interesting director, very talented, stylish and brutal. And incapable of pushing the envelope, because he's so far outside of it ...

And yet, he's at such an emotional remove from his subjects (or at least it seems that way to me) that his stuff doesn't bother me that much.

LickTheABCs
02-18-09, 01:51 PM
Miike's an interesting director, very talented, stylish and brutal. And incapable of pushing the envelope, because he's so far outside of it ...

And yet, he's at such an emotional remove from his subjects (or at least it seems that way to me) that his stuff doesn't bother me that much.

Agreed, but who the hell doesn't laugh at squirting breast milk?

Larry C.
02-18-09, 02:42 PM
Agreed, but who the hell doesn't laugh at squirting breast milk?

I do all the time.

eXcentris
02-18-09, 04:17 PM
"Visitor Q" was brilliant. "Imprint" on the other hand, did nothing for me.

LickTheABCs
02-18-09, 04:17 PM
Has the new film "Mum and Dad" come up in any conversations yet?

So, finally got around to watching it. It was good, not great. Too reminiscent of the Hostel and Saw series. Although there were times I was supposed to be disturbed in which I just ended up laughing. Ya gotta love those accents.

LickTheABCs
02-18-09, 04:23 PM
I just read through the thread and you guys are some sick fucks...I like it. You're making me feel normal for owning a bootleg dvd called "The Human Cannibal Collection."

Hey. Don't lump me in with Larry C. He's a sick fuck. I'm not.

dino88
02-18-09, 04:51 PM
Agreed, but who the hell doesn't laugh at squirting breast milk?
I do all the time.

lol..all the time? who are you surrounding yourself with? do you only hang around preggos?

maybe another thread should be started "Movies with squirting breast milk"...here's one for you Larry, Capadocia S.1 E.1 (Mexican HBO series, and it's the first shot of the entire series) if you're ever in need of new material to laugh at.

dino88
02-18-09, 04:54 PM
Hey. Don't lump me in with Larry C. He's a sick fuck. I'm not.

Denial is the first stage, you will one day reach acceptance.

RoyaleCheese
02-18-09, 06:06 PM
Ichi the Killer. WTF was I thinking when I wanted to watch this piece of shit?!

Kurtie Dee
02-18-09, 06:56 PM
Ichi the Killer. WTF was I thinking when I wanted to watch this piece of shit?!

You were probably thinking it had some squirting breast milk!

And yes, pretty much all of Visitor Q had me laughing, which seems like the intent of the movie ...

TheySentYou
02-18-09, 07:22 PM
lol. fucking a dead person till she shits everywhere. now THAT's comedy. Takashi Miike is awesome at shock-satire.

i just watched 'The Cement Garden'. it's raved up here and there as quite a disturbing film... it's more just sexually awkward as hell (like the Piano Teacher, Ma Mere, and The War Zone) - and it's actually quite an astonishing lost piece of film work. i recommend it for those of you who dig stuff other than the testing of gag-reflexes! hehe.

i just bought Tokyo Gore Police the other day for 5 bucks. i hope this lives up to what some of you are hyping!

and i just watched 'Inside' last week. goddamn, that one DID live up to the hype. crazy shit going on with that one, even though all in all - it's truly mediocre in retrospect.

Blu Man
02-18-09, 11:27 PM
Anything from "the guys who brought you Scary Movie".

LickTheABCs
02-19-09, 02:25 AM
Denial is the first stage, you will one day reach acceptance.

Never!

i just watched 'The Cement Garden'. it's raved up here and there as quite a disturbing film... it's more just sexually awkward as hell (like the Piano Teacher, Ma Mere, and The War Zone) - and it's actually quite an astonishing lost piece of film work.

Good film that teaches the essential lesson of "Incest is best"..

i just bought Tokyo Gore Police the other day for 5 bucks. i hope this lives up to what some of you are hyping!

No hyping going on over here. It's enjoyable for the gore but a mediocre film as a whole.

Larry C.
02-19-09, 11:15 AM
Hey. Don't lump me in with Larry C. He's a sick fuck. I'm not.

Hey:scratch2:

Larry C.
02-19-09, 11:17 AM
lol..all the time? who are you surrounding yourself with? do you only hang around preggos?

maybe another thread should be started "Movies with squirting breast milk"...here's one for you Larry, Capadocia S.1 E.1 (Mexican HBO series, and it's the first shot of the entire series) if you're ever in need of new material to laugh at.


:hungry:

dino88
02-20-09, 06:56 AM
Oh thats too bad I was thinking about picking it up. So not worth it huh? I guess he shot his load with the first story. :D

Yeah, unfortunately that's the first story in the book and the rest of the book doesn't come close to it in quality.

Just read through some of the thread I passed by before and saw you guys talking about Guts. He actually wrote that story long before the book Haunted and I think he just threw it into the book as a nod to fans. It was originally in an issue of Playboy and I think his first ever published work. But I'd recommend his books to you Larry, they seem up to your tastes (or would that be down)...plus they're all really easy reads.

Okay, so back on topic...........

Larry C.
03-05-09, 10:46 PM
Thanks Dino will do. BTW I just saw Gutterballs. I laughed a lot. Thought it was ok but damn the chaacters are so over the top and unlikeable.

LickTheABCs
03-06-09, 12:56 AM
^ I think that was kind of the point.

Kurtie Dee
03-06-09, 01:30 AM
^ I think that was kind of the point.

True, but you can take it too far, like if your hatred of the characters makes the movie unenjoyable. In the case of Gutterballs it's a pretty thin edge. (I for one wanted to kill them all myself.)

LickTheABCs
03-06-09, 02:23 PM
Well, I've always wanted to slit a Tranny's penis down the middle ever since I saw the Pain Olympics, so that was awesome.

LickTheABCs
03-06-09, 08:18 PM
Soooooooooooooooo... I've finally watched Martyrs and all I can say is...





wow.

Martyrs (http://picasaweb.google.com/lick.it.up.n.down/Martyrs?authkey=Gv1sRgCNmtzfLSzZjFSg#)

Kurtie Dee
03-06-09, 11:22 PM
Soooooooooooooooo... I've finally watched Martyrs and all I can say is...





wow.

Martyrs (http://picasaweb.google.com/lick.it.up.n.down/Martyrs?authkey=Gv1sRgCNmtzfLSzZjFSg#)

aww man, I've requested this through DVDTalk, but it doesn't come out on DVD until 4/28 ... and even then, I'm not guaranteed to get a copy to review. I'm psyched but actually a bit nervous ...

Kurtie Dee
03-06-09, 11:22 PM
Well, I've always wanted to slit a Tranny's penis down the middle ever since I saw the Pain Olympics, so that was awesome.

Pretty damn realistic, huh?

Larry C.
03-07-09, 03:10 AM
True, but you can take it too far, like if your hatred of the characters makes the movie unenjoyable. In the case of Gutterballs it's a pretty thin edge. (I for one wanted to kill them all myself.)

Yeah thats what I meant. It got to the point where it they were just so abrasive it got on my nerves.

Larry C.
03-07-09, 03:12 AM
Pretty damn realistic, huh?

Yes it was. Oh and Lick. You've really been wanting to do that. We gotta talk man. I'm worried. :D

LickTheABCs
03-07-09, 03:31 AM
I think I'll be fine.

asianxcore
03-07-09, 05:34 PM
BTW I just saw Gutterballs. I laughed a lot. Thought it was ok but damn the chaacters are so over the top and unlikeable.

I was on the fence about that film. The film is fun but like you I thought the film overall was average. The kills were pretty sweet as well as the whole cheesy 80's themed Slasher feel.

At times it was almost TOO over the top. Nicholson was almost trying too hard to make that gang rape scene stick out too much in your head.

TheySentYou
03-09-09, 11:48 AM
just watched 'Ex Drummer' - it hasn't been mentioned in this thread but that movie has quite some disturbing shit in it in a similar, less intense vein as 'Irreversible'. although... the movie was pretty much pointless and terrible.

Zen Peckinpah
03-09-09, 12:10 PM
Just saw Visitor Q for the first time a few days ago. That WAS messed up.

It really snowballs from the incest at the beginning to the even more deranged incest/necrophilia scene. When he realized why she was "wet", I freaked out. Aaaaahhhhh! Reminded me of the bedsheet massacring in Trainspotting.

TheySentYou
03-09-09, 04:03 PM
Visitor Q is one of the actual smart shock-films i've ever seen. i enjoyed its play on reality TV and media sensationalism.

gglass4269
03-09-09, 06:25 PM
Caligula- everything you've heard about it is true and then some... "shudders"

visitor Q
03-09-09, 10:50 PM
Just saw Visitor Q for the first time a few days ago. That WAS messed up.

It really snowballs from the incest at the beginning to the even more deranged incest/necrophilia scene. When he realized why she was "wet", I freaked out. Aaaaahhhhh! Reminded me of the bedsheet massacring in Trainspotting.

That's awesome! Good to see it continues to succeed.

I recommended this to a friend who is into hardcore death metal and a fan of some fairly messed up horror films ..and when he returned the DVD the first words out of his mouth were "I felt like taking a shower when I finished it. It was so wrong." He absolutely hated it. But watching people inhumanely mutilated and killed flies right!!? Come on.

I told the kid to watch his step in the bathroom, he might find some crazy Japanese guy with a double stiffy in the tub ;)

visitor Q
03-09-09, 10:57 PM
"Visitor Q" was brilliant. "Imprint" on the other hand, did nothing for me.

Same here. But listening to the two commentators try to figure out what the film was all about ..all the while busting on Miike was good fun!

Larry C.
03-11-09, 01:39 AM
I think I'll be fine.

:lol: I hope so.

Kurtie Dee
03-12-09, 11:56 PM
On a related note, I just saw on CL that you can buy a producer credit on the upcoming Amateur Porn Star Killer 3D, if you really want a listing on IMDB. Cheap too, Executive Producer credit for $99 ....

Larry C.
03-13-09, 01:18 AM
On a related note, I just saw on CL that you can buy a producer credit on the upcoming Amateur Porn Star Killer 3D, if you really want a listing on IMDB. Cheap too, Executive Producer credit for $99 ....

$99, get an Executive Producer credit at the beginning and end of the movie.


I'm so tempted. But how many will actually watch this :lol:

You also get the dvd.

Larry C.
03-13-09, 01:26 AM
This is great look at the credits so far. Keep in mind that for $45 you get a special thanks. I think ppl are having fun with the names.

CREDITS





EDITED AND DIRECTED BY

SHANE RYAN



EXECUTIVE PRODUCERS

R.K. GEMIENHARDT

ROCKY CIARROCCHI

PETER SYSLO

TONG CHEN

JOHN CLERKIN

GIANCARLO CAIRELLA

JEREMY WALLACE

JOHNNY WILLIAMS

LEE ELMERGREEN

JOSEPH POZO

ALLISON CHIEN

ANDREW TODD

CHAD CLINTON FREEMAN

POLLYSTAFFLE.COM

MIKE BILINSKI (WEBSITE)

STEVEN DAVIES (HORROR-ASYLUM)



CO-PRODUCERS

MATT "THE LORD" ZANE (WEBSITE)

JERELL GRAY

REX COBALT



DIGITAL ARTWORK/POSTERS

ALYSSA HEDRICK "PRELANDRA" (WEBSITE)



PRODUCED BY

ALTER EGO CINEMA

SHANE RYAN

GREGORY HATANAKA

JEREMY WILLIAMS



SPECIAL THANKS

ASIA ARGENTO

CATHERINE BREILLAT

EDWARD BURNS

NICOLAS CAGE

CHRIS IVERSEN

KIMBERLY LYNN CAMPBELL

VIN DIESEL

ROBERT RODRIGUEZ

JEAN-CLAUDE VAN DAMME

LARRY CLARK

JOSEPH POZO

KHRIS GIBSTON

SCOTT COFFEY

OLIVER STONE

GEORGE CLOONEY

STEVEN SODERBERGH

QUENTIN TARANTINO

TONY SCOTT

EDWIN A. SANTOS

CHLOE SEVIGNY

&

MARKOWITZ THE THUG ARMADILLO



VERY SPECIAL THANKS

CARL FRANKLIN

LickTheABCs
03-13-09, 02:40 AM
^ I'm tempted also. That'd be pretty cool, despite the shitty flick.

Larry C.
03-13-09, 02:48 AM
The credits will be longer than the film. But I've always wanted to see my name in a movies credits.

Gunde
03-15-09, 03:55 PM
I finally got to see 'Martyrs'. Man I hate hype! After all I'd heard it really wasn't that disturbing. I actually thought it was a bit silly. First half was by far the strongest
the 'creature' was creepy as fuck

LickTheABCs
03-15-09, 07:08 PM
^ despite the hype, I enjoyed it. Not nearly as much as Inside, though.

Bärpfeife
03-22-09, 02:00 PM
When I first saw AU Mordum, I thought that was as bad as it could possibly get (made the Guinea Pig films look like Harry and The Hendersons). Then those "reactionary videos" came out, and those vids made AU Mordum look like Howard The Duck (I won’t even mention them by name, but for a time, people on Youtube were having a field day filming the reactions of those who were watching these things........you know what I’m talking about). My question is; where does it end? I still feel guilty for watching any of these. I actually threw Mordum away, because I felt like I had rolled around in old dirty engine grease; or felt like I had accepted the Mark of The Beast or something for buying it. No one should watch these movies. There is no logical point, and there is nothing whatsoever to gain.

TomOpus
03-22-09, 02:13 PM
No one should watch these movies. There is no logical point, and there is nothing whatsoever to gain.I consider them a counterbalance to my collection of Disney movies. There's a special feeling to watching Mordum right after Mary Poppins :)

Bärpfeife
03-22-09, 08:53 PM
Originally posted by TomOpus
I consider them a counterbalance to my collection of Disney movies. There's a special feeling to watching Mordum right after Mary Poppins

Maybe I’ll experiment and test your hypothesis with The Little Mermaid and 2 Girls, 1 Cup. :confused:

dino88
03-22-09, 09:24 PM
Maybe I’ll experiment and test your hypothesis with The Little Mermaid and 2 Girls, 1 Cup. :confused:

I think Ratatouille/2 Girls would be a better double feature.

asianxcore
03-23-09, 06:07 AM
Though many of us have already explained why we enjoy the crazier portions of the Exploitation/Horror genre, I do believe that extreme films like Scrapbook, The AU Films, Guinea Pig Films and so forth serve a purpose.

I personally think that the shock of early Exploitation films continues to tread into even more vile and unnecessary territory in modern films of the genre. Early Exploitation Films served little to no purpose (IMO) as well either and many if not all were marketed for their excessive violence, over the top characters or sex/nudity. Many were completely crazy, with plots and random scenes of rape, violence and so forth, but oddly enough entertaining. It's really hard to describe to someone who isn't a fan of the genre (or a movie buff) why you love Exploitation Films as they are a completely different breed than explaining to someone why you enjoy Nightmare On Elm Street.

Films like AU do take things into a completely and utterly vile category but I believe that is what the genre needs right now. It definitely needs what is currently happening, directors and writers trying to outdo the other.

Completely mean-spirited films such as the AU series and Snuff 102 if anything are nice ways for FX/Makeup folk to show off their skills :)

LickTheABCs
03-23-09, 04:50 PM
^ this guy knows what's up.

asianxcore
03-23-09, 11:19 PM
^ this guy knows what's up.

I try, though I sort of contradicted myself in my statement.

It's odd to possibly state that Exploitation Films draw people in by having absolutely no point other than to be vile, depraved and fantastic but at the same time having a reason to exist one way or another. Who knows there are some films that we have all discussed here that have only one point, which is to be as completely disgusting as possible. Shallow as that sounds, the sole reason to sicken and disgust is still a point or a reason to exist.

Fans of the genre take different things from it. We all love them for the same reasons and we all love them for different reasons. Silly characters, crazy situations, "over-acting", insane amounts of gore, sex/nudity in every frame, the list goes on and on.

Makes me so happy that I have a girlfriend who doesn't mind me watching these flicks and is randomly curious about them from time to time. Just the other day I bought Cannibal and Hitch-Hike (David Hess YAY!). She read the back of the films and was asking me about them. Also when I first bought them she watched Thriller: They Call Her One Eye and Ilsa: She Wolf Of The SS with me <3 <3 <3

hdtv00
03-24-09, 12:15 AM
Hands down without any doubt what so ever...I DARE you to watch it.

The Girl Next Door (the Jack Ketchum one)

LickTheABCs
03-24-09, 12:24 AM
^ that's the best you got? Look guy, re-read the thread.

LickTheABCs
03-24-09, 12:56 AM
Who knows there are some films that we have all discussed here that have only one point, which is to be as completely disgusting as possible

re: everything I have contributed to this thread. :)

Also when I first bought them she watched Thriller: They Call Her One Eye and Ilsa: She Wolf Of The SS with me <3 <3 <3

Wait.. did you's watch the They Call Her One Eye version or the Cruel Picture version? Both good, but CP version has all the cumshots and sex. My GF liked that movie. She didn't care for Cannibal but that bitch liked The Unborn, so fuck her.

asianxcore
03-24-09, 01:56 AM
Wait.. did you's watch the They Call Her One Eye version or the Cruel Picture version? Both good, but CP version has all the cumshots and sex. My GF liked that movie.

My bad, we watched Cruel Picture. Random hardcore sex scenes with non-Christina Lindberg included :)

Totally forgot that Synapse went ahead and re-released the film without all the hardcore sex scenes in it. Didn't bother buying that version, so I completely forgot all about it.

Haven't seen The Unborn, but it's nice to see there are other posters here whose significant others sit through Exploitation Flicks.

LickTheABCs
03-24-09, 02:26 AM
^ I got it used at a GameSpot for like $5. I still think it's a good movie even without the hardcore scenes. Plus, I'm a completest douchebag. On top of that, I like having both so when people say see them and say "Why do you have 2 of the same movie?" I can say "Cumshots!"

dino88
03-24-09, 03:24 AM
Hands down without any doubt what so ever...I DARE you to watch it.

The Girl Next Door (the Jack Ketchum one)

That's some Disney shit compared to the others already named. hdtv00...I think you should leave this thread before your innocence is taken.

asianxcore
03-24-09, 04:18 AM
That's some Disney shit compared to the others already named. hdtv00...I think you should leave this thread before your innocence is taken.

I gotta agree with you there Dino. hdtv00 check out some of the films that we have talked about here. Then you'll decide if you are like some of the other posters here who think we are sick fucks :)

^ I got it used at a GameSpot for like $5. I still think it's a good movie even without the hardcore scenes. Plus, I'm a completest douchebag. On top of that, I like having both so when people say see them and say "Why do you have 2 of the same movie?" I can say "Cumshots!"

:lol:

I wouldn't mind owning the "non-hardcore" version if I could find it for less than $10. Again like you, for completest sake. Also because I love Christina Lindberg.

Gunde
03-24-09, 04:20 AM
That's some Disney shit compared to the others already named. hdtv00...I think you should leave this thread before your innocence is taken.
Yeah plenty of gross shit, but there's a big difference between emotional disturbing and just gross.

asianxcore
03-24-09, 04:38 PM
Yeah plenty of gross shit, but there's a big difference between emotional disturbing and just gross.

Very true

Though The AU films are particularly known for their FX work and lots of gross-out moments, I found that the films were also emotionally unsettling.

The first portion of AU's Mordum with the couple being tormented/trapped in the make-shift boxes/coffins was more unsettling to me than seeing the man's penis get snipped off with scissors during the same scene

As crazy as it is to say, the overall feel and environments of those films stuck with me a lot more than the over-the-top gore.

Bärpfeife
03-25-09, 05:20 AM
One Eye CP and Mordum are lightweights anyway compared to the "2 Girls" movies and their associated "ilk" (still not convinced they are real, though they sure look like it). All of the above are simply "gross out contests" with a budget. So what! I won $50 in a gross out contest when I was young by putting a jellyfish between two Ritz crackers and eating it :beer2:. Big deal. What’s the point? Movies like Ilsa and Men Behind The Sun are a bit disturbing because those things actually happened (even though the special effects look very phony - other than the cat scene and the authentic cadaver). As for movies like AU, Scrapbook, etc.; being as seasoned as I am, I just find them to be pointless. Those movies are like sugar wafers to me; potent at the moment, but the impact dissipates almost instantly. However, what does indeed worry me are those who are a few twists short of a double helix, and are negatively influenced by this tripe. In the grand scheme of things, I just think these films are a bad idea, and I don’t believe anything good can come out of watching them.

asianxcore
03-25-09, 05:56 AM
In the grand scheme of things, I just think these films are a bad idea, and I don’t believe anything good can come out of watching them.

We all have our opinions on the Exploitation Genre, where it was and where it is currently going. Thanks for stopping by and sharing your take on it :)

Soooooooooooooooo... I've finally watched Martyrs and all I can say is...
wow.

Finally checked it out after seeing people buy this month's copy of "Rue Morgue" (Martyrs Cover Feature) all day at work.

Same reaction as you. I might have to watch it again. Still can't really comprehend what I just saw.


The Seville DVD (review copy) will be mine on 03/24/09. Unfortunately, I doubt that this will have english subs.

eXcentris, let us know when you receive the Seville disc.

Saw an advertisement for it's release in this month's "Rue Morgue" and I was curious if it had English Subs. Would be nice to see if we can get the movie a month before or have to wait until late April for the U.S release.

LickTheABCs
03-26-09, 04:04 AM
One Eye CP and Mordum are lightweights anyway compared to the "2 Girls" movies and their associated "ilk" (still not convinced they are real, though they sure look like it).

But, see.. the title? It's disturbing "films" not "internet videos".. While Mordum isn't very entertaining (but still the best film of the trilogy) it's still a film while things like 2 girls/1 tonka truck and the Pain Olympics, while fun to watch, are not.

Movies like Ilsa and Men Behind The Sun are a bit disturbing because those things actually happened (even though the special effects look very phony - other than the cat scene and the authentic cadaver).

Really? I thought the effects in MBTS were great, especially the pressure chamber scene. The fact that it's 3 sequels suck don't take away from my appreciation of the first film. Just look at Philosophy of a Knife to see how to make a terrible movie about an interesting subject.

As for movies like AU, Scrapbook, etc.; being as seasoned as I am, I just find them to be pointless. Those movies are like sugar wafers to me; potent at the moment, but the impact dissipates almost instantly.

You're too funny.

In the grand scheme of things, I just think these films are a bad idea, and I don’t believe anything good can come out of watching them.

some people can be entertained?

Bärpfeife
03-28-09, 02:50 PM
Originally posted by LickTheABCs

But, see.. the title? It's disturbing "films" not "internet videos"

That’s a good point. However, though they were short, watching those "internet videos" actually felt like I was subjected to extended editions of drawn-out, overlong, full length feature films.

While Mordum isn't very entertaining (but still the best film of the trilogy) it's still a film while things like 2 girls/1 tonka truck and the Pain Olympics, while fun to watch, are not.

Fun to watch? You are indeed one sick puppy; and I respect your courage :editking:. However, I must admit "the reactions" to those bilious ogres had me rolling on the floor.


PS - Haven’t heard of Tonka Truck yet. Is it the old classic big yellow dump truck?

asianxcore
04-01-09, 05:33 PM
Are the Angel Guts films worth picking up?

Also I read that some of the films in the R1 set are incorrect OAR? Any truth to that?

LickTheABCs
04-01-09, 07:16 PM
eh.. kinda. They're fun to watch maybe once. There's a ton of rape (which I like) and if you like pinku type films you'll enjoy them.

The first film High School Co-ed starts at 2.35 and opens up to a cropped 1.85 and it isn't done that well. Other than that the other 4 are all OAR. The transfers themselves aren't that beautiful but you shouldn't really expect them too.

For the record, Red Porno and Nami are my 2 favorites.

asianxcore
04-01-09, 11:12 PM
eh.. kinda. They're fun to watch maybe once. There's a ton of rape (which I like) and if you like pinku type films you'll enjoy them.

The first film High School Co-ed starts at 2.35 and opens up to a cropped 1.85 and it isn't done that well. Other than that the other 4 are all OAR. The transfers themselves aren't that beautiful but you shouldn't really expect them too.

For the record, Red Porno and Nami are my 2 favorites.

Thanks. I'll have to check them out if I can get that set cheap.

I do like Pinku films. On a related note, I picked up The Horrors of Malformed Men today. Haven't seen it before but for the price I picked it up at, it was worth a shot :)

The Bus
04-01-09, 11:53 PM
That's an awesome triple feature right there.

"Aftermath/Genesis" is well, it's "Aftermath/Genesis".. Genesis might be a little too arty for some, but it's so well made, who the fuck cares. Definitely watch the making of.. on Aftermath. The mindset that Pep Tosar must've been in, it's quite interesting to watch.

I see Aftermath yearly as part of my favorite

Christmas

movies. Genesis is good too. Too bad Nacho Cerdà's follow-up, The Abandoned, was intensely boring.

LickTheABCs
04-02-09, 12:11 AM
I do like Pinku films. On a related note, I picked up The Horrors of Malformed Men today. Haven't seen it before but for the price I picked it up at, it was worth a shot

I liked it. HoMM isn't terrific or anything but for cheap it's worth owning.

movies. Genesis is good too. Too bad Nacho Cerdà's follow-up, The Abandoned, was intensely boring.

THANK YOU!!! Everybody I know loved The Abandoned and looked at me like I was a douche because I thought it was fucking awful.

islandclaws
04-11-09, 02:54 PM
I enjoyed The Abandoned. Slow? Yes, but I also thought it was extremely atmospheric and that goes a long way for me in regards to horror movies. I eagerly await his next feature.

I finally saw Martyrs last night at my friend's house. I'd call it a better version of Hostel, but the two only have loose similarities. Brutal? Absolutely. The problem that I'm seeing emerging from the French scene right now is that they are making films that are incredibly disturbing as far as gore goes, but they lack any real cohesive plot. Also, there's no way Anna would have lived after being skinned alive , so that kind of took me out of the last 15 minutes of the film. Still, I was watching the film on a computer so I'll likely get the DVD in order to view it in a proper setting.

asianxcore
04-16-09, 02:43 PM
Still, I was watching the film on a computer so I'll likely get the DVD in order to view it in a proper setting.

There is a screening of it (Martyrs) on the first night of Fangoria L.A this year.

SpiderM
04-16-09, 06:42 PM
Sheesh. I'm a lightweight. I could only barely stand Dark Night. I only sat through it because I was with someone.

asianxcore
04-19-09, 06:56 PM
Has anyone seen Orozco The Embalmer?

I bought it for my friend this weekend as a going away present and thinking about getting it for myself.

Larry C.
04-19-09, 08:15 PM
Has anyone seen Orozco The Embalmer?

I bought it for my friend this weekend as a going away present and thinking about getting it for myself.

Nope I guess I got some research to do. LOL

asianxcore
04-19-09, 08:29 PM
Looks like it's a documentary about a coroner? I can't do the real-life death ones. :(

Yup. It's a documentary about a coroner from Bogata.

Here is a little write up about it as well as a small interview with the director.
http://www.cinetrange.com/eng/superweird/tsurisaki-kiyotaka

I just went ahead and did a blind buy on the film from Massacre Video. Last year I passed on the "Men Behind The Sun" Collection at a convention and jumped through loops to finally get a copy. The friend I bought Orozco for bought it on sight. Though I bought him the last copy at a convention this year, I didn't want this to bite me in the ass later.

Limited to 1,000 numbered/stamped copies
http://massacrevideo.com/shop/product_info.php?cPath=21&products_id=51

LickTheABCs
04-19-09, 09:52 PM
Has anyone seen Orozco The Embalmer?

Heard of it, but haven't seen it.

Last year I passed on the "Men Behind The Sun" Collection at a convention and jumped through loops to finally get a copy.

I FUCKING hate when that happens!!

asianxcore
04-20-09, 03:34 AM
I FUCKING hate when that happens!!

I learned my lesson from last year :)

I remember seeing a couple copies of the Men Behind The Sun Collection at a big import table. I was thinking that they probably wouldn't sell really quick compared to the rest of the stuff the guy had. My friend bought it on sight and I told him I'd come back later to get the set. Came back maybe an hour or so later and they were all gone :(

Lucky for me there were a couple sellers from the UK that had some of the sets left. A couple of months ago both sellers from the UK mentioned that they weren't getting anymore of the Collection after the ones they were selling. At first I thought it was some sweet marketing ploy, but I have not seen any other copies pop up for sale.

Even at $43 shipped, I didn't want to have it happen again with the Orozco disc.

I should be getting the disc in the next week or so, hopefully I'll be able to report how it is.

asianxcore
04-20-09, 02:29 PM
Also it's worth mentioning (for Toe Tag Pictures fans) that they have a new film out called Murder Collection Vol. 1

Trailer (NSFW)
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=axrBMmKOW2E

Also I'm bummed I fell asleep on getting Slaughtered Vomit Dolls and ReGOREgitated Sacrifice as both DVD's are OOP :(

Bärpfeife
04-20-09, 06:17 PM
Originally posted by asianxcore
Also I'm bummed I fell asleep on getting Slaughtered Vomit Dolls and ReGOREgitated Sacrifice as both DVD's are OOP

Don't lose any sleep over it; you didn't miss much. There is a reason they are OOP. Really silly stuff. If I ran into you somewhere, I'd give you my copies for nothing. Just piss poor 'F' movie garbage. Not what you are expecting, I'm sure. They're like backyard polaroid home vids from a couple of imaginative eleven year olds with a few buckets of random goop.

asianxcore
04-20-09, 09:55 PM
If I ran into you somewhere, I'd give you my copies for nothing. Just piss poor 'F' movie garbage.

Would you sell your copies of the DVD's? :)

LickTheABCs
04-20-09, 09:56 PM
Just piss poor 'F' movie garbage. Not what you are expecting, I'm sure. They're like backyard polaroid home vids from a couple of imaginative eleven year olds with a few buckets of random goop.

Dude, you're watching movies called ReGOREgitated Sacrifice and Slaughtered Vomit Dolls..

What the fuck were you expecting?

eXcentris
04-20-09, 10:50 PM
asianxcore,

I've been sick so my review copy of "Martyrs" has been sitting at the owner's place (owner of the site I review for) for 2 weeks. I'll go get it sometimes this week and I'll post here about the subs.

Aside from that well, I watched "Tokyo Gore Police" and it was so silly it was hilarious. :lol:

asianxcore
04-20-09, 10:53 PM
asianxcore,

I've been sick so my review copy of "Martyrs" has been sitting at the owner's place (owner of the site I review for) for 2 weeks. I'll go get it sometimes this week and I'll post here about the subs.

Aside from that well, I watched "Tokyo Gore Police" and it was so silly it was hilarious. :lol:

It's all good :)

dullboy posted the specs of the Canadian Edition
http://forum.dvdtalk.com/9365859-post39.html

I bought Tokyo Gore Police a while ago, maybe I should actually watch it sometime soon.

asianxcore
04-27-09, 01:03 PM
I received my copy of Orozco The Embalmer last week and was able to watch it (in full) last night.

First off the film is not for the weak of heart. There is no fancy editing when the Embalming happens and all incisions are shown in full. It's definitely an interesting film in that it focuses more on just Orozco himself. Though he is the focus of the film, the director tries to give you a sense of the daily violence in Bogata and how common it seems to be. Having the ties of both make the film a little more interesting.

Also it's interesting that there is a segment where another (rival) Embalmer is filmed doing his daily work. It was sort of surprising how completely different the two Embalmers worked. Also to hear the different things they had to say about the trade, each other and other Embalmers was surprising.

No FX here, just a pure documentary. One that really didn't glamorize the industry or glamorize death. If anything you might come away with a stronger respect for it.

Definitely recommend everyone (in here) to give it a look :)

Kurtie Dee
04-27-09, 04:16 PM
I received my copy of Orozco The Embalmer last week and was able to watch it (in full) last night.

First off the film is not for the weak of heart. There is no fancy editing when the Embalming happens and all incisions are shown in full. It's definitely an interesting film in that it focuses more on just Orozco himself. Though he is the focus of the film, the director tries to give you a sense of the daily violence in Bogata and how common it seems to be. Having the ties of both make the film a little more interesting.

Also it's interesting that there is a segment where another (rival) Embalmer is filmed doing his daily work. It was sort of surprising how completely different the two Embalmers worked. Also to hear the different things they had to say about the trade, each other and other Embalmers was surprising.

No FX here, just a pure documentary. One that really didn't glamorize the industry or glamorize death. If anything you might come away with a stronger respect for it.

Definitely recommend everyone (in here) to give it a look :)

FAIL: (apparently it didn't make you feel dirty <i>or</i> ashamed!) ;)

asianxcore
04-28-09, 05:28 AM
FAIL: (apparently it didn't make you feel dirty <i>or</i> ashamed!) ;)

I'm admittedly squeamish to real blood/gore, oddly enough.

Definitely forced myself not to squint at all during a film like this one. There is definitely one scene in particular in the film that made me want to fast forward through :)

Also has anyone seen The Gateway Meat or Murder Collection: Vol 1? I may be ordering those two soon and wanted some opinions on them.

LickTheABCs
04-28-09, 01:59 PM
Also has anyone seen The Gateway Meat or Murder Collection: Vol 1? I may be ordering those two soon and wanted some opinions on them.

Gateway Meat is very enjoyable. If that's the right word. If gore is your thing, that film has it in spades. Not terrible looking gore either, which surprised me considering the effects were done by Aaron and Ben LaBonte. I'd def. recommend that.

I have yet to see MC, V.1 but seeing as it's ToeTag, I think I'll wait. The AU trilogy was underwhelming and The Redsin Tower is laughably bad.

Another film I'd recommend is Richard Terrasi's "Am I Evil", website here (http://www.amievilmovie.com/AmIEvilPage.html), it's no-budget but still an awesome little flick.

Kurtie Dee
04-28-09, 04:03 PM
I'm admittedly squeamish to real blood/gore, oddly enough.

Definitely forced myself not to squint at all during a film like this one. There is definitely one scene in particular in the film that made me want to fast forward through :)

Also has anyone seen The Gateway Meat or Murder Collection: Vol 1? I may be ordering those two soon and wanted some opinions on them.

I recall seeing the 'demasking' scene in the autopsy room during Faces of Death long ago - not really something I care to see again, but if I found this embalming movie for rent, I might give it a try.

asianxcore
04-28-09, 10:45 PM
Gateway Meat is very enjoyable. If that's the right word. If gore is your thing, that film has it in spades. Not terrible looking gore either, which surprised me considering the effects were done by Aaron and Ben LaBonte. I'd def. recommend that.

I have yet to see MC, V.1 but seeing as it's ToeTag, I think I'll wait. The AU trilogy was underwhelming and The Redsin Tower is laughably bad.

Another film I'd recommend is Richard Terrasi's "Am I Evil", website here (http://www.amievilmovie.com/AmIEvilPage.html), it's no-budget but still an awesome little flick.

Thanks for the Am I Evil recommendation. The trailer was interesting and the DVD is cheap enough for a possible blind buy.

I have this gut feeling Murder Collection: Vol. 1 isn't that great. Usually Toe Tag's Films get ultra-hyped and this one is a little too quiet. Don't get me wrong, I love the work they do, but you have to wonder why this one isn't getting much press.

I'll probably order The Gateway Meat sometime in the future. What can I say I'm a little bit of a gorehound.

Rypro 525
04-28-09, 11:23 PM
i assume someone here has seen Martyers right? Read about it in the dvd section here, and blind bought it at best buy, since i'm a fan of the french ultra violent horror movies (althgough it looks like this one was made in canada right?)

Traxan
04-29-09, 01:35 AM
FAIL: (apparently it didn't make you feel dirty <i>or</i> ashamed!) ;)

This thread ceased to be about feeling dirty/ashamed a long time ago as people started trading movie titles and suggesting films to each other.

Is "Martyrs" as bad as everyone says?

Also, Japan strikes again. "Samurai Princess" scores double win for a) taking cues from "Versus," "Tokyo Gore Police" (since the director of this film also did TGP) and a kill scene from "Mortal Kombat" and b) featuring 2 Japanese porno girls, Aino Kishi (the lead) and Mihiro (who is incredibly cute). Mihiro has a scissor for a leg, shades of Rose's machine gun leg in "Planet Terror."

http://bit.ly/16dKNu

Dirty? Ashamed? I laughed my ass off at the trailer, especially at the boob grenade.

Gunde
04-29-09, 02:23 AM
Is "Martyrs" as bad as everyone says?
Huh? It seems to me that most like it.

I LOVED the first half and was very disappointed in the 2nd.

LickTheABCs
04-29-09, 05:03 AM
Is "Martyrs" as bad as everyone says?

No, not bad at all but did it live up to the hype? No.

Also, Japan strikes again. "Samurai Princess" scores double win

That looks awesome.

Also, something else for everyone to look forward to. Smash Cut (http://www.smashcutmovie.com/) (trailer (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=us8SZyVT2_g))

harrydoyle
04-29-09, 10:15 AM
Not sure this really counts, because it doesn't have anything to do with the first part of your question, but it does apply to the second part.

I watched History of Violence with my parents and during both of those sex scenes I was quite ashamed.

Traxan
04-29-09, 01:12 PM
I watched History of Violence with my parents and during both of those sex scenes I was quite ashamed.

Well that scene on the stairs was awkward as hell to begin with.

Traxan
04-29-09, 01:14 PM
Gateway Meat is very enjoyable. If that's the right word. If gore is your thing, that film has it in spades. Not terrible looking gore either, which surprised me considering the effects were done by Aaron and Ben LaBonte. I'd def. recommend that.


WTH kind of title is "Gateway Meat?" It sounds like a gay club.


I have yet to see MC, V.1 but seeing as it's ToeTag, I think I'll wait. The AU trilogy was underwhelming and The Redsin Tower is laughably bad.


AU was "underwhelming?" Jeez you scare me.

asianxcore
04-29-09, 01:56 PM
WTH kind of title is "Gateway Meat?" It sounds like a gay club.


Really? :lol:

Enjoy! (NSFW)
http://severed-cinema.com/index.php?option=com_content&task=view&id=135&Itemid=26

No, not bad at all but did it live up to the hype? No.

I agree. I really enjoyed the film (I bought it) but it wasn't the perfect horror masterpiece everyone is claiming it is. It's really good, just not perfect :)

Most people who are unsure about it are divided about the two acts of the movie. Some people love the first half and some hate the second. Some of the various reviews I have read have been the same.

LickTheABCs
04-29-09, 02:03 PM
WTH kind of title is "Gateway Meat?" It sounds like a gay club.

Gateway Meat (http://www.fatally-yours.com/horror-reviews/the-gateway-meat-2009/)


AU was "underwhelming?" Jeez you scare me.

I meant it was underwhelming as in boring not as in not gory enough.

abjo17
05-01-09, 04:34 PM
Audition for sure.

the bit were the man in the sack with no tongue eats her sick was the worst bit.

Larry C.
05-06-09, 11:33 PM
Well I bought Martyrs and I really enjoyed it. I made sure not to read anything about it and I'm glad. Say what you will but the movie was suspenseful for min one and continued to the very end.

TheySentYou
05-07-09, 04:04 PM
Yeah, so I just watched Martyrs finally - I was unbelievably impressed. Sure it had some sequences that were borderline disturbing (tho it certainly wouldnt top the charts of all-time most-disturbing films ever), but I think as a whole, it was a stunning film. I could place it alongside The Descent, 28 Days Later, Let the Right One In, and Audition among the best horror films of the decade.

I also watched Splinter, and was pretty impressed. Again, nothing utterly "disturbing", but there are some tasteful as FUCK gore that almost homage to Carpenter's The Thing.

Gunde
05-08-09, 12:21 PM
Well I bought Martyrs and I really enjoyed it. I made sure not to read anything about it and I'm glad. Say what you will but the movie was suspenseful for min one and continued to the very end.
Except the beating torture scenes. That just went on and on and on and on. I know that was what should make it disturbing but I was just bored :(

caiman
05-09-09, 01:20 AM
Since I feel obligated to mention it in every "disturbing movies" thread, and since I haven't posted on these forums in freaking ages and I feel like doing so tonight, let me chime in with my recommendation for Cutting Moments. Here is a thread I made about it a couple years ago: http://forum.dvdtalk.com/movie-talk/483738-cutting-moments.html

For Larry C especially, rent this movie. Remember, search Netflix for "Family Portraits: A Trilogy of America."

Ron G
05-09-09, 01:45 AM
Star Trek (2009).

LickTheABCs
05-09-09, 02:07 AM
Since I feel obligated to mention it in every "disturbing movies" thread, and since I haven't posted on these forums in freaking ages and I feel like doing so tonight, let me chime in with my recommendation for Cutting Moments.

I was extremely bored watching this. It's only under a half an hour but it felt like a 4-hour epic. I think back in '97 it was considered edgy and disturbing but now when every PG-13 horror movie and hell, Supernatural on the CW shows more violence, it just feels dissapointing.

caiman
05-09-09, 02:13 AM
I was extremely bored watching this. It's only under a half an hour but it felt like a 4-hour epic. I think back in '97 it was considered edgy and disturbing but now when every PG-13 horror movie and hell, Supernatural on the CW shows more violence, it just feels dissapointing.

Are you sure we're talking about the same movie? That's a serious question.

Regardless, please don't listen to LickTheABCs. Cutting Moments is fucked up and well worth watching.

Larry C.
05-09-09, 03:36 AM
Are you sure we're talking about the same movie? That's a serious question.

Regardless, please don't listen to LickTheABCs. Cutting Moments is fucked up and well worth watching.

What's up caiman! Thanks for the suggestion will check it out.

dino88
05-09-09, 03:52 AM
Like I said in another thread, and you don't know what I'm talking about right now, I'm watching Troll 2...can't believe I haven't watched this lately but it's probably the best movie ever made. Ah fuck, I'm going to feel dirty tomoorrow

Norm de Plume
05-09-09, 03:49 PM
Yep, Cutting Moments is one of the towering beacons of "disturbing movies", but those expecting just a wall-to-wall gorefest will be disappointed.

islandclaws
05-09-09, 06:21 PM
I thought Family Portraits: A Trilogy of America was interesting, though a bit on the slow side. It's been a couple years since I last watched my copy. Cutting Moments was definitely the highlight of the trio, however. It made my mouth hurt.

LickTheABCs
05-20-09, 02:14 PM
For those who liked Tokyo Gore Police, here's the trailer for Vampire Girl Vs. Frankenstein Girl:

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riotinmyskull
05-20-09, 03:21 PM
For those who liked Tokyo Gore Police, here's the trailer for Vampire Girl Vs. Frankenstein Girl:

those guys just seem to keep cranking them out... not that i'm complaining.

dino88
05-20-09, 07:35 PM
this space reserved for
antichrist

DeltaSigChi4
05-21-09, 03:33 AM
Salo

Same.

E

asianxcore
05-21-09, 11:41 PM
For those who liked Tokyo Gore Police, here's the trailer for Vampire Girl Vs. Frankenstein Girl:


Looks too fun :)

Kurtie Dee
05-21-09, 11:56 PM
I dunno, I don't think there's enough blood in Vampire Girl/ Frankenstein Girl. :)Plus, wasn't that a big spoiler in the trailer? it looked like Vampire Girl ripped Frankenstein Girl's skull right out of her head!

Larry C.
05-22-09, 03:18 AM
For those who liked Tokyo Gore Police, here's the trailer for Vampire Girl Vs. Frankenstein Girl:

<object width="560" height="340"><param name="movie" value="http://www.youtube.com/v/ASboaNZvXCc&hl=en&fs=1"></param><param name="allowFullScreen" value="true"></param><param name="allowscriptaccess" value="always"></param><embed src="http://www.youtube.com/v/ASboaNZvXCc&hl=en&fs=1" type="application/x-shockwave-flash" allowscriptaccess="always" allowfullscreen="true" width="560" height="340"></embed></object>

I don't know shit like this is so stupid to me. I mean if you like it cool but I don't see anything in it.

Larry C.
05-22-09, 03:18 AM
this space reserved for
antichrist

I really can't wait for this!!!!!!!!!

freshticles
05-22-09, 04:58 AM
I don't know shit like this is so stupid to me. I mean if you like it cool but I don't see anything in it.

Oh c'mon, your avatar celebrates zombie-centric entertainment, which is just as stupid if not worse.
That preview looks amazing, by the way.

LickTheABCs
05-27-09, 02:19 AM
I don't know shit like this is so stupid to me. I mean if you like it cool but I don't see anything in it.

Then you probably won't like this one either:

<object width="425" height="344"><param name="movie" value="http://www.youtube.com/v/BiFUQxK_XZ4&color1=0xb1b1b1&color2=0xcfcfcf&hl=en&feature=player_embedded&fs=1"></param><param name="allowFullScreen" value="true"></param><embed src="http://www.youtube.com/v/BiFUQxK_XZ4&color1=0xb1b1b1&color2=0xcfcfcf&hl=en&feature=player_embedded&fs=1" type="application/x-shockwave-flash" allowfullscreen="true" width="425" height="344"></embed></object>

...

maybe this (http://www.amazon.com/Brokeback-Zombie-J-D-Fugate/dp/B0027P9NO0/ref=sr_1_7?ie=UTF8&s=dvd&qid=1241148917&sr=1-7) is more your speed. :lol:
^ that sounds awesome, btw.

Larry C.
06-25-09, 08:58 AM
Saw Mum and Dad. Not great but not awful. Could have been so much more disturbing.

parrotheads4
06-25-09, 11:26 AM
Once you guys have seen them all I'd love a list ranking them in order.

LickTheABCs
06-25-09, 11:08 PM
Saw Mum and Dad. Not great but not awful. Could have been so much more disturbing.

Here, here. Sucked.

Larry C.
07-02-09, 08:16 PM
Once you guys have seen them all I'd love a list ranking them in order.

Watching all the disturbing movies? The problem is there are disturbing movies that are great and others that are just disturbing to be disturbing like Slaughtered Vomit Dolls ;)

TheySentYou
07-05-09, 12:14 AM
anyone ever see any Andrzej Zulawski films? they seem a bit on the disturbing side.

i did see his only American film - 1981's "Possession" with Sam Neil. there was so much disturbing nature to that film that i cannot shake from my head.

and i've been hearing more and more fucked up content about Lars Von Trier's 'Antichrist'. can't wait.

golden_rod
07-05-09, 01:53 AM
"In a Glass Cage" is still the most disturbing picture I've seen. Chills me to the bone every time I see it, especially the ending.

asianxcore
07-26-09, 09:03 PM
Thought I'd bring back this gem of a thread.

Has anyone seen Header?

LickTheABCs
07-27-09, 03:19 PM
Thought I'd bring back this gem of a thread.

Has anyone seen Header?

I haven't yet. The Synapse disc has been sitting next to my TV for a little bit, but I've been trying to get through watching a bunch of BD's. Will probably get to it this week.

Any good?

asianxcore
07-27-09, 03:40 PM
I haven't yet. The Synapse disc has been sitting next to my TV for a little bit, but I've been trying to get through watching a bunch of BD's. Will probably get to it this week.

Any good?

I've heard mixed things about it. Almost blind bought it while out celebrating my birthday with the Misses. I'm all for movies that get bad reviews because of poor taste :)

Also it had been a while since I watched Vulgar, but that movie was pretty damn uncomfortable (Yup, talking about the Kevin Smith produced film)

LickTheABCs
07-27-09, 03:48 PM
I've heard mixed things about it. Almost blind bought it while out celebrating my birthday with the Misses. I'm all for movies that get bad reviews because of poor taste :)

Also it had been a while since I watched Vulgar, but that movie was pretty damn uncomfortable (Yup, talking about the Kevin Smith produced film)

Yeah, I'd say watching Dante being anally raped in a clown outfit by three dudes (one being Ethan Suplee) is pretty damn uncomfortable.

and funny.

asianxcore
07-27-09, 04:56 PM
Yeah, I'd say watching Dante being anally raped in a clown outfit by three dudes (one being Ethan Suplee) is pretty damn uncomfortable.

and funny.

It's always hard not to think of Boy Meets World when Ethan Suplee comes on screen.

http://www.nndb.com/people/036/000025958/suplee-sized.jpg

LickTheABCs
08-19-09, 05:47 PM
International trailer for RoboGeisha:

<object width="450" height="306"><param name="movie" value="http://www.traileraddict.com/emd/13319"></param><param name="allowscriptaccess" value="always"><param name="wmode" value="transparent"></param><param name="allowFullScreen" value="true"></param><embed src="http://www.traileraddict.com/emd/13319" type="application/x-shockwave-flash" allowscriptaccess="always" wmode="transparent" width="450" height="306" allowFullScreen="true"></embed></object>

GEISHA TRANSFORMER!!! :lol:

asianxcore
08-19-09, 07:45 PM
So random :)

I'll probably check it out since I loved Tokyo Gore Police.

The breast milk squirting in that trailer came out of nowhere.

Larry C.
09-10-09, 01:31 AM
Well guys just watched Antichrist although its fucked up I didn't find it overly disturbing. Disturbing in parts and the overall tone was really bleak. I thought it was a good, well made film. I just hate when I get really excited about a movie cause setting your expectations high is sometimes unfair to the film. I do believe I will be thinking about this movie for a couple of days.

Gunde
09-10-09, 02:30 AM
When expectations ruin a movie experience it's usually a good idea to watch it a 2nd time with all those expectations out of the way.

Eric D.
09-10-09, 02:57 AM
I felt like part of my soul died when I broke down and finally watched Twilight.


In all seriousness, I had difficulty watching Clownhouse knowing what Slava did to that kid in real life. Not to mention that there was a scene with the kid in his underwear. Really fucked up.

LickTheABCs
09-10-09, 03:59 AM
Well guys just watched Antichrist although its fucked up I didn't find it overly disturbing. Disturbing in parts and the overall tone was really bleak. I thought it was a good, well made film. I just hate when I get really excited about a movie cause setting your expectations high is sometimes unfair to the film. I do believe I will be thinking about this movie for a couple of days.

I thought it was a terrific film. Yeah, it wasn't the most squirm-inducing thing ever but I can't fault a film for not living up to my lofty expectations.

Larry C.
09-10-09, 04:48 AM
I thought it was a terrific film. Yeah, it wasn't the most squirm-inducing thing ever but I can't fault a film for not living up to my lofty expectations.

You are a 100% correct. The terrific thing about the film is that it seems like it will stick with you for awhile. Its only been a couple of hours since I watched it and I can't seem to get some of the great imagery out of my mind.

Gunde you make a great point and I will take your advice. I'll let it sink in and give it another view or two. Like I said I really think its a great flick it just wasn't what others made it out to be. Then again I tend to forget others don't have the high tolerance for these types of films that I do.

asianxcore
09-26-09, 02:35 AM
Coming Nov. 24th from Unearthed Films (first release in almost a year!)

http://www.avmaniacs.com/blog/wp-content/uploads/2009/09/svd.jpg

Looks like there are plans to release the other two according to a news bit on 10K Bullets' website.

We also have the sequel to Slaughtered Vomit Dolls Called Regorgitated Sacrifice and it is even more deranged and out there as Angela Abeerdeen is escorted to Hell. Soon after that will be the 3rd in the Vomit Gore Trilogy. Title is in the works so once it is announced, we will announce it!

Larry C.
09-26-09, 02:48 AM
Looks like Lick is gonna do some cartwheels.

LickTheABCs
09-26-09, 03:02 AM
I'm interested to see what the 3rd film in the trilogy will be.

I want to see Mutilation Mile (http://www.mutilationmile.com/html/trailer.htm). Looks hilarious.

asianxcore
12-11-09, 02:32 PM
I want to see Mutilation Mile (http://www.mutilationmile.com/html/trailer.htm). Looks hilarious.

A review I read of that said it was actually pretty good.

Has Japan put out any more films in the line of the Guinea Pig Series, Muzan-E and Niku Daruma?

LickTheABCs
12-11-09, 02:59 PM
Has Japan put out any more films in the line of the Guinea Pig Series, Muzan-E and Niku Daruma?

You can try Girl Hell (http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0371949/) (aka Injured Murder Rape Film), Blood Sisters (http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0371941/), Eat The Schoolgirl (http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0450004/), Suicide Dolls (http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0121141/) and Hungry Mouth (http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0125198/).

asianxcore
12-11-09, 03:16 PM
You can try Girl Hell (http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0371949/) (aka Injured Murder Rape Film), Blood Sisters (http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0371941/), Eat The Schoolgirl (http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0450004/), Suicide Dolls (http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0121141/) and Hungry Mouth (http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0125198/).

Thanks for the suggestions!

I was reading up more on the Guinea Pig films and it sort of sparked my interest again. Also realized that I haven't watched any of the films in the Unearthed Box Set I own other than Flower Flesh and Blood.

Might have to change that this weekend.

LickTheABCs
12-11-09, 03:27 PM
^ also, I guess you can consider Unearthed's Harakiri: Blood and Boobs (http://www.dvdmaniacs.net/review.php?id=641) box set in with those flicks, although it wasn't anything to really write home about. Most of the films are short enough where it wasn't a burden, but only a few of them were really that good.

newginafets
12-11-09, 04:01 PM
The Pink Flamingos
Salo

asianxcore
12-11-09, 04:06 PM
^ also, I guess you can consider Unearthed's Harakiri: Blood and Boobs (http://www.dvdmaniacs.net/review.php?id=641) box set in with those flicks, although it wasn't anything to really write home about. Most of the films are short enough where it wasn't a burden, but only a few of them were really that good.

I kept seeing that set at all my normal DVD shopping spots, but I passed on it because of the price. Looks interesting but I'd probably pass on it until it was in the $15-20 range.

Definitely going to try and track down some of those Japanese Nasties. Have any of them had a legit DVD release?

Johnny Boy
12-11-09, 06:23 PM
Hell Ride.

And not because of all the excess of violence and sexy women, but because it was just a bad bad bad film.

LickTheABCs
12-11-09, 07:17 PM
I kept seeing that set at all my normal DVD shopping spots, but I passed on it because of the price. Looks interesting but I'd probably pass on it until it was in the $15-20 range.

Definitely going to try and track down some of those Japanese Nasties. Have any of them had a legit DVD release?

Mu Zan E, Blood Sisters and Girl Hell are being prepped for release by Unearthed. Although, I love them and they are one of my favorite distributors, it usually takes forever for them to release something after they've announced it.

Larry C.
12-11-09, 07:34 PM
A review I read of that said it was actually pretty good.

Has Japan put out any more films in the line of the Guinea Pig Series, Muzan-E and Niku Daruma?

Just saw the Mutilation Mile trailer and you guys can't be serious. The only thing horrible about that was the acting.. :lol:

asianxcore
12-11-09, 10:41 PM
Mu Zan E, Blood Sisters and Girl Hell are being prepped for release by Unearthed. Although, I love them and they are one of my favorite distributors, it usually takes forever for them to release something after they've announced it.

Awesome! Other than reading on Guinea Pig, I'm not really sure why else I randomly wanted to see all these.

Just saw the Mutilation Mile trailer and you guys can't be serious. The only thing horrible about that was the acting.. :lol:

I can't remember where I read the review but it was just yesterday that was pretty positive. Hey, LickTheABC's said he wanted to see it not me! :lol:

asianxcore
12-11-09, 11:12 PM
Mu Zan E, Blood Sisters and Girl Hell are being prepped for release by Unearthed. Although, I love them and they are one of my favorite distributors, it usually takes forever for them to release something after they've announced it.

Awesome! Other than reading on Guinea Pig, I'm not really sure why else I randomly wanted to see all these.

Just saw the Mutilation Mile trailer and you guys can't be serious. The only thing horrible about that was the acting.. :lol:

I can't remember where I read the review but it was just yesterday that was pretty positive. Hey, LickTheABC's said he wanted to see it not me! :lol:

writer106
12-11-09, 11:35 PM
The Devil's Rejects
The original The House on the Left

Larry C.
12-11-09, 11:54 PM
I love how this thread always comes back :D

asianxcore
12-12-09, 07:17 AM
I love how this thread always comes back :D

I never want it to go away :)

It goes away for a while and then I find that I run into a new nasty I hear about (or have never seen). Have to ask the questions somewhere right?

Larry C.
12-16-09, 10:05 PM
I never want it to go away :)

It goes away for a while and then I find that I run into a new nasty I hear about (or have never seen). Have to ask the questions somewhere right?

Exactly, I love when it pops up and I look to see if its something I wanna see... :D

Rypro 525
12-17-09, 02:05 AM
I watched Gummo over the weekend on Sundance, that movie is fucked up, not sure if it would qualify for this thread though :lol:

asianxcore
12-20-09, 08:23 PM
I watched Gummo over the weekend on Sundance, that movie is fucked up, not sure if it would qualify for this thread though :lol:

I don't know, disturbing is disturbing regardless of gore level and out-right zaniness. Regardless of all the shit I watched (I've mentioned this before), I couldn't even sit through 20 minutes of of the film "Kids", when my girlfriend told me about it.

At that point I hadn't been as revolted with a film in a long time. It actually made me upset.

Also far from disturbing and more towards hilarious, the Violent Shit films are being prepped by Synapse Films for release!

http://www.avmaniacs.com/forums/showpost.php?p=762233&postcount=670

runnersdialzero
12-20-09, 10:29 PM
Pink Flamingos
Chuck and Buck

I felt really ashamed to be white after I saw Rosewood.

ChineseCheckers
12-20-09, 10:38 PM
Bring It On
Stick It

...for obvious reasons

Kurtie Dee
12-20-09, 11:05 PM
i'm just disappointed in myself for not seeing anything worthy of this thread lately ...

Anyway, <i>Gummo</i> is a top pick, but I didn't feel ashamed after watching it. Maybe a mod could strike that word from the heading ... ;)

LickTheABCs
12-21-09, 01:53 AM
I just watched this (http://www.buzzfeed.com/nikoguy1/hypertrophy-genitals-girl-nsfw-5xy) a little bit ago.

There's nothing SFW about that link, lemme tell you.

asianxcore
12-21-09, 02:03 PM
I just watched this (http://www.buzzfeed.com/nikoguy1/hypertrophy-genitals-girl-nsfw-5xy) a little bit ago.

There's nothing SFW about that link, lemme tell you.

Weird and absolutely hilarious at the same time.

Also I need to see Human Centipede already.

DeputyDave
12-21-09, 10:26 PM
I just watched this (http://www.buzzfeed.com/nikoguy1/hypertrophy-genitals-girl-nsfw-5xy) a little bit ago.

There's nothing SFW about that link, lemme tell you.
Damn, the video link seems dead.

TomOpus
12-21-09, 11:51 PM
Link works for me, Dave. Maybe you have your Hypertrophy Genitals Filter on... hehehe

Traxan
12-24-09, 12:30 AM
Slightly off topic but not totally... Kerry King of Slayer was asked to list his favorite horror films and I was shocked at how tame (http://www.bloody-disgusting.com/news/music/305/) his choices were. He needs to visit this thread. :)

dino88
12-24-09, 12:39 AM
I don't think anyone here is listing their favorite horror films, but thanks for the link.

TheySentYou
12-24-09, 12:20 PM
lol. that's a shitty list, except for like 2 of the films.

asianxcore
12-24-09, 03:32 PM
I don't think anyone here is listing their favorite horror films, but thanks for the link.

Agreed. Mostly discussion of nasty stuff that is better to just throw in here than start an individual thread in.

13 Ghosts?

LickTheABCs
12-24-09, 03:39 PM
Agreed. Mostly discussion of nasty stuff that is better to just throw in here than start an individual thread in.

13 Ghosts?

Well, it is Kerry King we're talking about...

asianxcore
01-13-10, 03:08 AM
Human Centipede picked up by IFC Films:

http://www.ifcfilms.com/inside-ifc-films/tom-sixs-the-human-centipede-acquired

Larry C.
01-13-10, 03:21 AM
I just watched this (http://www.buzzfeed.com/nikoguy1/hypertrophy-genitals-girl-nsfw-5xy) a little bit ago.

There's nothing SFW about that link, lemme tell you.

Dude I have to find one with subs. I'm sure I would have laughed much more if I knew what they were saying.

Human Centipede picked up by IFC Films:

http://www.ifcfilms.com/inside-ifc-films/tom-sixs-the-human-centipede-acquired

Good news!

asianxcore
01-14-10, 01:47 PM
Good news!

Oddly enough, I'm really excited to see the film.

I don't often get grossed out or cringe, but the very idea for Human Centipede made my stomach churn a little.

terrible chong
01-14-10, 06:12 PM
Irreversible is probably the one that made me feel the worst

However, I'm going to see Antichrist next week, it might set a new low

terrible chong
01-14-10, 06:14 PM
oh and one i saw recently that made me feel pretty ashamed: Downloading Nancy

i wouldn't call it exploitative. it's just very saddening

Larry C.
01-14-10, 06:52 PM
Oddly enough, I'm really excited to see the film.

I don't often get grossed out or cringe, but the very idea for Human Centipede made my stomach churn a little.

You gotta love chicks that go ass to mouth.

Rypro 525
01-14-10, 09:01 PM
Oddly enough, I'm really excited to see the film.

I don't often get grossed out or cringe, but the very idea for Human Centipede made my stomach churn a little.

that ought to be a site to see in theaters (as IFC movies come to dc

LickTheABCs
01-14-10, 11:36 PM
You gotta love chicks that go ass to mouth.

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asianxcore
01-15-10, 10:57 PM
Random note, Unearthed have set March 2nd as the DVD release date for ReGOREgitated Sacrifice.

Woooooo!!!

Human Poop Worm

LickTheABCs
01-20-10, 02:11 PM
IFC films continues to rule!

IFC Films, one of the leading American distributors of independent and foreign films, announced today it has acquired U.S. distribution rights to Gaspar Noé’s ENTER THE VOID in advance of its upcoming U.S. premiere at Sundance in the Spotlight section. A surrealist drama about a drug-dealing teen killed in Japan, after which he reappears as a ghost to watch over his sister, ENTER THE VOID is a provocative yet contemplative exploration of life, death and sexuality


Noé’s follow-up to the 2002 award-winning and controversial film IRREVERSIBLE, ENTER THE VOID premiered in competition at the 2009 Cannes Film Festival and was also featured at the 2009 Toronto Film Festival. The film stars newcomers Nathaniel Brown, Paz de la Huerta (THE LIMITS OF CONTROL) and Cyril Roy.


IFC Films will release ENTER THE VOID in 2010 via its IFC in Theaters platform which brings critically-acclaimed independent movies to on-demand viewers at home the same day they premiere in theaters.


The deal for ENTER THE VOID was negotiated by Arianna Bocco from IFC Films with Carole Baraton of Wild Bunch.


Loosely inspired by the TIBETAN BOOK OF THE DEAD, ENTER THE VOID centers on Oscar and his sister Linda, recent arrivals in Tokyo. Oscar is a small time drug dealer, and Linda works as a nightclub stripper. One night, Oscar is caught up in a police bust and shot. As he lies dying, his spirit, faithful to the promise he made his sister - that he would never abandon her - refuses to abandon the world of the living. His spirit wanders through the city, his visions growing evermore distorted, evermore nightmarish. Past, present and future merge in a hallucinatory maelstrom.


Jonathan Sehring, President of IFC Entertainment said, “ENTER THE VOID is an experience that is almost impossible to describe. Gaspar Noe is at the peak of his filmmaking powers with this film that is destined to become a cult classic. The entire team is thrilled to be working on this film and with Gaspar. It’s the perfect film for all of our platforms.”


Franco-Argentine filmmaker Gaspar Noé made his first film in 1991 with the short CARNE, an introduction to the character of the Butcher, played by Philippe Nahon. An angry man, the Butcher seeks revenge on whoever hurt his disabled daughter. After working as an actor, cinematographer, writer, and director on some other projects, Noé made his first feature film, I STAND ALONE, continuing the story of the Butcher after he does time in jail and abandons his daughter. In 2002, he made IRREVERSIBLE starring real-life married couple Monica Bellucci and Vincent Cassel.

asianxcore
01-20-10, 05:06 PM
Woo! I didn't know that Gaspar Noe was up to anything new

:banana:

inri222
01-21-10, 01:11 AM
Woo! I didn't know that Gaspar Noe was up to anything new

:banana:

Enter the Void

Run time 2 hrs. 43 min.
Pretty long for a Noe film

http://www.imdb.com/title/tt1191111/

Brace yourselves, this is from a user review :

If the following things disturb you, then you should probably avoid this film: strobe lights, drug use, shaky hand-held cameras, graphic sexuality, sperm, spinning cameras, psychedelic imagery, blood, gay sex, abortion, breastfeeding or a graphic auto wreck...........................

Gunde
01-21-10, 03:17 AM
Sound worse than it is. Unfortunately it's a pretty bad movie.

Norm de Plume
01-21-10, 08:15 PM
The quality of his films seems on a downward trajectory.

rabbit77
01-22-10, 03:15 PM
Noé does give us advance warning with that title I guess...

Just saw Anatomy of Hell on netflix streaming. Breillat is usually interesting but not here.
[x] felt dirty after after watching
[x] felt ashamed after watching

asianxcore
01-24-10, 06:20 AM
Sound worse than it is. Unfortunately it's a pretty bad movie.

Yikes. I'll probably check it out anyway, mostly because I'm a fan of his films.

Noé does give us advance warning with that title I guess...

Just saw Anatomy of Hell on netflix streaming. Breillat is usually interesting but not here.
[x] felt dirty after after watching
[x] felt ashamed after watching

Have to check that film out.

asianxcore
01-31-10, 06:55 PM
Anyone Andreas Bethmann's Prison Of Hell?

Looked interesting, but I don't know if I want to pay $40-50 for a copy of it.

LickTheABCs
01-31-10, 08:21 PM
Anyone Andreas Bethmann's Prison Of Hell?

Looked interesting, but I don't know if I want to pay $40-50 for a copy of it.

That's one of the movies I've been trying to get my hands on. I liked Bethmann's other films.

Diabolik has the Hardcore version but it's like $45. Fuck that.

asianxcore
02-01-10, 06:39 PM
That's one of the movies I've been trying to get my hands on. I liked Bethmann's other films.

Diabolik has the Hardcore version but it's like $45. Fuck that.

The screenshots I saw of a random review I found look really interesting.

Going on vacation next week with the Misses, we'll see how much I'll spend since I'm thinking of dropping the $50 on that movie.