Reviews Tagged with 1980s - Page 3

Evil Dead Trap (Shiryô no wana) (1988)

Toshiharu Ikeda's Japanese slasher.
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Evil Dead Trap - Toshiharu Ikeda's Japanese Slasher

Considering Evil Dead Trap (Shiryo no wana) was made in 1988 is still kicks the ass of many of the recent cookie-cut J-Horrors. Rather than being a supernatural tale steeped in folklore and overrun by long haired apparitions (as we have come to expect from Japanese horror), Evil Dead Trap is more reminiscent of non-Asian horrors of the era such as ... Click to read more "Evil Dead Trap (Shiryô no wana)"

Guinea Pig: Devil's Experiment (1985)

"Akumano Jikken" aka "Unabridged Agony".
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Guinea Pig: Devil's Experiment

If you are a sicko looking for 43 minutes of Japanese, unnecessary, sadistic violence in a plotless scenario intended solely to offend the viewer, push the boundaries of what is acceptable in film and provide snuff porno for serial killers throughout Europe then look no further than the first instalment of the Guinea Pig movies, The Devil's Experim... Click to read more "Guinea Pig: Devil's Experiment"

Guinea Pig 2: Flower of Flesh and Blood (Chiniku no hana) (1985)

Japanese horror extreme.
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Guinea Pig 2: Flower of Flesh and Blood (Za ginipiggu 2: Chiniku no hana) - Japanese Horror Extreme

Guinea Pig 2: Flower of Flesh and Blood (Za ginipiggu 2: Chiniku no hana) is one sick little Japanese horror movie, I say little because it's only about 45 minutes long and I say sick because it's about 42 minutes of blood, guts and gore executed in the most sadistic manner possible. Guinea Pig 2 is definitely up there with the most extreme horror ... Click to read more "Guinea Pig 2: Flower of Flesh and Blood (Chiniku no hana)"

Guinea Pig 3: He Never Dies (Senritsu! Shinanai otoko) (1986)

Or "Shudder! The Man Who Doesn't Die".
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Guinea Pig 3: He Never Dies - Or "Shudder! The Man Who Doesn't Die"

Following the controversy of the first two Guinea Pig Movies, The Devils Experiment and Flowers of Flesh and Blood, Guinea Pig 3: He Never Dies (Za ginipiggu 3: Senritsu! Shinanai otoko... which translates to Shudder! The man who doesn't die) adopts a much more light hearted approach to displaying unnecessary gore and mutilation. Whereas the first ... Click to read more "Guinea Pig 3: He Never Dies (Senritsu! Shinanai otoko)"

Guinea Pig 4: Mermaid in a Manhole (Manhôru no naka no ningyo) (1988)

There's something fishy happening upstairs.
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Guinea Pig 4: Mermaid in a Manhole

Anyone with the audaciousness to peruse the Guinea Pig franchise will probably know what to expect by part four, a scarce plot with the intention of showing off twisted gore and sadism to disgust and repulse anyone watching. Mermaid in a Manhole (Ginî piggu: Manhôru no naka no ningyo) follows in the footsteps of He Never Dies by delivering a fantas... Click to read more "Guinea Pig 4: Mermaid in a Manhole (Manhôru no naka no ningyo)"

Guinea Pig 5: Android of Notre Dame (Nôtoru Damu no andoroido) (1989)

Nôtoru Damu no andoroido.
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Guinea Pig 5: Android of Notre Dame

The fifth of the Guinea Pig movies to hit the small and dirty screen is Android of Notre Dame, Kazuhito Kuramoto's attempt to recapture the serious tone of the more controversial episodes using innocents as the objects of experiments while maintaining the fantasy element introduced after Flower of Flesh and Blood. But devoid of the absurd over-humo... Click to read more "Guinea Pig 5: Android of Notre Dame (Nôtoru Damu no andoroido)"

Guinea Pig 6: Devil Doctor Woman (Pîtâ no akuma no joi-san) (1986)

Sick chick (with dick).
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Guinea Pig 6: Devil Doctor Woman

Guinea Pig 6: Devil Doctor Woman (Ginî piggu 6: Pîtâ no akuma no joi-san) is by far the most asinine entry in the Guinea Pig franchise and a prime example of how a basic premise can be mutated beyond all recognition once the notoriety of a snuff and gore series runs out of creative ways to provide an hours worth of torture for their sick fan base. ... Click to read more "Guinea Pig 6: Devil Doctor Woman (Pîtâ no akuma no joi-san)"

Macabre (Macabro) AKA Frozen Terror (1980)

Once she kept a lover on the side. But that's nothing compared to what she's keeping in the freezer.
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Macabre (Macabro) - Once she kept a lover on the side. But that's nothing compared to what she's keeping in the freezer.

Lamberto Bava's directorial debut, Macabre (Macabro) AKA Frozen Terror, is a beautiful romance story about illicit love affairs, unrequited devotion, tragedy, child murder, child murderers, necrophilia, and blind people dropping the soap. It would be impossible to do this work of perverse sinister art justice without giving away the surprise so if ... Click to read more "Macabre (Macabro) AKA Frozen Terror"

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