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Reviews: Horror Movies Beginning with F

5150 Elm's Way AKA 5150 Rue des Ormes

More than "berk gets locked in room"
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Hellbound Heart

5150 Elm's Way AKA 5150 Rue des Ormes - More than "berk gets locked in room"

In the past ten years or so, horror has really tried to out-do itself in the brutality stakes to the point where we now accept that people often do get tied to chairs and royally fucked up by people brandishing kitchen implements. It's a thing. "Torture porn" is a thing. We might not like the term, but we know what's implied by it. Thing is, as fil... Click to read more "5150 Elm's Way AKA 5150 Rue des Ormes"

Frontier(s) (La frontera del miedo)

What are your boundaries?
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The Zombie Mike

Frontier(s) (La frontera del miedo) - What are your boundaries?

A group of young bank robbers flee the police and the riot filled streets of the Paris slums to hide out in an isolated hostel before making their escape to Holland. Let's just say they aren't in for a pleasant stay.Over the past few years, France has become the new home of extreme horror; this offering from Xavier Gens only helps to cement this. T... Click to read more "Frontier(s) (La frontera del miedo)"

Fudoh - The New Generation (Gokudô sengokushi: Fudô)

Takashi Miike Mayhem
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Pazuzu Iscariot

Fudoh - The New Generation (Gokudô sengokushi: Fudô) - Takashi Miike Mayhem

Never one to make a movie that is not extreme, Takashi Miike's Fudoh - The New Generation is a bizarre Yakuza movie with all of the gore, perversions and misfit characters that we would expect from this acclaimed director who never shy's away from pushing the limits of decency. Fudoh is considered to be Miike's first movie to successfully cross-ove... Click to read more "Fudoh - The New Generation (Gokudô sengokushi: Fudô)"

Funny Games

Shocking as "Clockwork Orange", as controversial as "Natural Born Killers"
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Pazuzu Iscariot

Funny Games - Shocking as "Clockwork Orange", as controversial as "Natural Born Killers"

In 1997, before "Home Invasion" movies were bandwagons ready for jumping on and torture movies were more than shallow exercises in pushing boundaries, Michael Haneke wrote, directed and probably scarred suburban Europeans with Funny Games. It is the delicacies of the implied psychological and physical terror of the victims that make the on screen a... Click to read more "Funny Games"

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