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Taxidermia

Three stories. Three generations. Three men. One bizarre and shocking universe.
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Hellbound Heart

Taxidermia - Three stories. Three generations. Three men. One bizarre and shocking universe.

Have you ever wanted to make a film so absolutely stacked with wrongness that even the text version of the screenplay would have the BBFC nervously reaching for their safety scissors? Have you? Do visions of necro-incest and gut-fucking dance regularly through your head, as you're trying desperately to look normal in front of all the other people w... Click to read more "Taxidermia"

Teenage Hooker Became a Killing Machine

Rebuilt Robotically for Revenge
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Pazuzu Iscariot

Teenage Hooker Became a Killing Machine - Rebuilt Robotically for Revenge

From the extended two sets of opening credits at the beginning of Teenage Hooker Became a Killing Machine (also known as Teenage Hooker Became a Killing Machine in Daehakroh or more commonly known as Daehakno-yeseo maechoon-hadaka tomaksalhae danghan yeogosaeng ajik Daehakno-ye Issda) it is apparent that this is not going to be a run of the mill So... Click to read more "Teenage Hooker Became a Killing Machine"

Tokyo Gore Police (Tôkyô zankoku keisatsu)

Tokyo is burning
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Pazuzu Iscariot

Tokyo Gore Police - Tokyo is Burning

If the need arose to compare Tokyo Gore Police to another Japanese movie then Stacy springs to mind although the gore levels are far more outrageous and, unbelievably, Stacy: Attack of the Schoolgirl Zombies has a more composed storyline. If the need arose to compare Tokyo Gore Police with anything in horror then it is creeping towards a Troma flic... Click to read more "Tokyo Gore Police (Tôkyô zankoku keisatsu)"

Tomie: Unlimited (Tomie: Anrimiteddo)

Exist everywhere, extend everywhere.
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Pazuzu Iscariot

Tomie: Unlimited (Tomie: Anrimiteddo) - Exist everywhere, extend everywhere.

Those familiar with the works of Noboru Iguchi (horror films such as The Machine Girl and Mutant Girls Squad rather than his previous enema and scatology works) won’t be in for any surprises with Tomie: Unlimited. An emotionally confusing story touching on a number of sensitive subjects in a non-sensitive manner with a hidden depth poking satirical... Click to read more "Tomie: Unlimited (Tomie: Anrimiteddo)"

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