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Salo, or the 120 days of Sodom

The final vision of a controversial filmmaker
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Pazuzu Iscariot

Salo, or the 120 Days of Sodom

If you have ever wondered what the most depraved, sadistic, cruel and disturbing movie available to the general public is then you should maybe get yourself a copy of Salò or 120 Days of Sodom (Salò o le 120 giornate di Sodoma). Salo is an extreme Italian movie directed by Pier Paolo Pasolini and inflicted on the public in 1975. Not really a horror... Click to read more "Salo, or the 120 days of Sodom"

Samurai Princess (Samurai purinsesu: Gedô-hime)

A New Samurai Is Born
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Samurai Princess (Samurai purinsesu: Gedô-hime) - A New Samuirai is Born

Sticking with what seems to be this month's theme of excessively gory Asian horror movies; the biscuit is awarded to and allowed to be taken away by Samurai Princess (Samurai purinsesu: Gedô-hime). Possibly the goriest Japanese cyberpunk splatterfest to grace my DVD player with more severed body parts than Jeffery Dahmer's dinner parties and more v... Click to read more "Samurai Princess (Samurai purinsesu: Gedô-hime)"

Shogun Assassin

Lone wolf and son. The greatest team in the history of mass slaughter.
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Shogun Assassin - Lone wolf and son. The greatest team in the history of mass slaughter.

It's not usual that a Samurai movie would be reviewed on this site but Shogun Assassin (known in Japan as Kozure Okami) is here for two reasons. Number one is that this movie almost made the notorious Video Nasty list in the UK and number two is the plentiful amount of blood and violence. One of the movie's taglines is "It's impossible to keep a bo... Click to read more "Shogun Assassin"

Shogun's Sadism

You will soon forget your god and cling to me like a bitch!
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Hellbound Heart

Shogun's Sadism a.k.a. The Joy of Torture 2: Oxen Split Torturing (Tokugawa onna keibatsu-emaki: Ushi-zaki no kei)

The popularity of so many modern Japanese horror movies over the last ten years has no doubt generally piqued Western curiosity about the country's cinematic legacy: its more recent gory movies didn't emerge out of a vacuum, that's for sure, and it's getting easier to track down earlier works which show us this much, such as Shogun's Sadism (The Jo... Click to read more "Shogun's Sadism"

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