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Horny House of Horror (Fasshon heru) (2010)

Fashion Hell.
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Pazuzu Iscariot

Horny House of Horror - Fashion Hell

Just when the market for crazy Japanese splatter was about to become saturated beyond the help of even the most absorbent kitchen towels, Jun Tsugita added some unique originality to the sub-genre with the highly peculiar Horny House of Horror AKA Fashion Hell (Fasshon heru). Usually Tsugita stays away from the directorial role and is involved in t... Click to read more "Horny House of Horror (Fasshon heru)"

Some Guy Who Kills People (2011)

Ken Boyd, a lonely man fresh out of the loony bin, sets out to kill those he deems responsible for his miserable life.
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Hellbound Heart

Some Guy Who Kills People - Ken Boyd, a lonely man fresh out of the loony bin, sets out to kill those he deems responsible for his miserable life.

Ah, the trepidation of horror-comedy; get it right, and you have the potential for a cult audience-pleaser like no other. Get it wrong, and you really get it wrong. Well, I'm pleased to report that Some Guy Who Kills People gets it incredibly right. I deliberately went into the film with no expectations about what I was going to see, but somehow, I... Click to read more "Some Guy Who Kills People"

Alucarda (1977)

They gave their souls to Hell... but the Devil wanted MORE!
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Alucarda - They gave their souls to Hell... but the Devil wanted MORE!

Convents: they're all well and good, but a functional convent rarely makes for an entertaining movie. Luckily for us, we have an entire genre based on what happens when good nuns - or their young charges - go bad, and demented Mexican movie Alucarda (Sisters of Satan) must rank amongst the most grisly, camp and compelling takes on the theme. Here, ... Click to read more "Alucarda"

Funny Games (1997)

Shocking as "Clockwork Orange", as controversial as "Natural Born Killers".
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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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