iamcinema:

555 (1988)

Wasn’t this the video that had a limited re-release of red VHS tapes?  Or am I thinking of The Basement?

iamcinema:

555 (1988)

Wasn’t this the video that had a limited re-release of red VHS tapes?  Or am I thinking of The Basement?

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See, this is why you ante up for the Frontline Plus.

You don’t want kitty bringing home this kinda bullshit.

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Bad Taste (1987) - The very first film directed by Peter Jackson (in which he also plays two roles:  Unlikely hero Derek, and half-witted alien Robert).

To most people, he’s known as “That Lord of the Rings director”.  Horror fans, meanwhile, know that his earliest films (outrageous, goofy, Grand Guignol splatter-fests) are the real masterpieces.

For anyone that hasn’t had the opportunity to enjoy this highly entertaining little flick, it is currently up in full (for free) on Youtube, but you’d better hurry before the link is taken down!

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drabominable:

Cannibal Ferox - Dir. Umberto Lenzi - 1981

drabominable:

Cannibal Ferox - Dir. Umberto Lenzi - 1981

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I finally re-watched this one again the other day.
I don’t know how I managed to somehow forget that it’s literally the equivalent of staring at a candle for 84 minutes: Occasionally drippy, but otherwise boring as fuck.

I finally re-watched this one again the other day.

I don’t know how I managed to somehow forget that it’s literally the equivalent of staring at a candle for 84 minutes: Occasionally drippy, but otherwise boring as fuck.

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You have to give George Eastman (birth name Luigi Montefiori) a lot of credit for having the guts (no pun intended) to go through what he did for the sake of a film.
The poor man had to bite into a skinned rabbit made to look like a fetus.  Now THAT is an actor willing to put in 110%.

You have to give George Eastman (birth name Luigi Montefiori) a lot of credit for having the guts (no pun intended) to go through what he did for the sake of a film.

The poor man had to bite into a skinned rabbit made to look like a fetus.  Now THAT is an actor willing to put in 110%.

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perfectframes:

TOKYO GORE POLICE / 2008 / YOSHIHIRO NISHIMURA

What this film lacks in cohesion, it makes up for in spades in aesthetics.  The cinematography is lovely, and every frame is a canvas alive with color and movement.  It is also chock full of bizarre and over-the-top imagery, as well as a jet-black sense of humor.

kenro199x:

City of the Living Dead (1983)

The ending is straight weird and blu-ray extras do nothing to answer the questions (although lack of time and money seem to be a reasonable answer).

It was during the making of this film that marked the one time that Fulci favorite Catriona MacColl was brought to tears.

This scene, where maggots are literally blown into the room with the actors en masse, caused the normally stalwart actress the most distress out of any other scene from any of her work with Fulci.

Always reblog Dr. Tongue.
It’s just a crying shame there was never a shot this clear of it in the film.  What a fabulous animatronic.

Always reblog Dr. Tongue.

It’s just a crying shame there was never a shot this clear of it in the film.  What a fabulous animatronic.

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nonroutine:

get to know me meme - [2/5] favorite movies: Un Chien Andalou (1929)

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The city of the dead. The living dead. A cursed city where the gates of hell have been opened.

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