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xploitedcinema
29 July 2007 @ 12:55 am
the host 2 disc special edition- 5/5 would definitely recommend checking this out. if you liked jurrasic park, godzilla, jaws, or any other creature features this movie will be awesome to you. i don't usually like this kind of shit but, i liked this one a whole lot.

august underground- 4/5 closest thing to actual snuff you will ever get without getting arrested. it was alright, but a more modern equivalent to the guinea pig series esp. devil's experiment.

weird science- 4/5 foul mouthed little fucks trying to make a girl. not as bad as it sounded. need to get my hands on a copy of wargames because it looks pretty sweet.

knocked up 41/2/5 really wasn't bad at all. liked the storyline, liked the laughs, and liked the boot dvd. not watching this at the theater ruled because i hate sitting near douchbags that stink eating popcorn.

hostel 2- 5/5- liked it a lot. not really as gay as the first one. and by gay i mean anal leakage. this movie was written well, and executed well. ballsy shit to be in theaters. starting to grow to like eli roth.

nikos the impaler- 5/5- lloyd kaufman got killed by nikos' sword. fucking shit metal and a barbarian on the loose decapitating the shit out of whatever moves. extreme gore effects. no one is spared. loved it.

violent shit- 4/5 earlier version of nikos. good luck finding this on dvd. will have to bribe me with enchiladas if you ever want to see this.

zombiegeddon- 5/5- i need some fucking grits from the house. fucking love troma, and goddamn zombiegeddon.

last house on dead end street- 5/5- more wannabe snuff shit, but with a better storyline. will require more enchiladas for viewing.

visitor q- 4/5- gave this a 4/5 because you would have to be a sick fuck to think this shit is a perfect film. i liked it, but it was really fucking disturbing.

monster squad 5/5- if you don't have this quit being a piss stream and go find a moviestop and buy it. wolfman does have nards.

gidget- 5/5- bet your ass i liked this movie. i don't give a fuck, good is good.

fucking hero- 5/5- this shit ruled. didn't think i was capable of liking martial arts movies, but shit this movie plowed a ton of ass.

the thing- 4/5 it was alright but a little bit overrated. john carpenter is kind of a money hungry dickmuncher anyhow.

bud ice 5/5- got me fucking drunk without having to drink a 12 pack. cheers to 5.5 alcohol content.

oh and rodriguez's mexico trilogy was a 5/5. loved desperado, el marichi, and once upon a time in mexico.

i'm ready for basketball season to start back. maybe this season it won't be set up by the mafia so miami can reclaim the crown.
i've quit smoking for over a month now and i'm pretty surprised/proud of myself. i just up and fucking did it, and now it's over. i mean i have cravings and shit, but that would be fucking stupid to restart smoking after quitting a fucking month. didn't quit drinking though.

when is municipal waste/ringworm playing bham? nothing to go to. oh shit wait{

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xploitedcinema
10 June 2007 @ 07:01 pm
not really, but i bought some jordans today. they released the old ass ones from second grade, so i figured i should go ahead and get some, so i can get drafted and help king james asap.
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xploitedcinema
15 May 2007 @ 12:15 am
I've watched American Psycho 5 times now in the last month. If you haven't already seen this movie go out and see it right now. I've heard a lot about the book and can't wait to read it. 6/5

When I get some extra time i'll post what I think of what i've recently watched/rewatched including, but not limited to: Torso, The Blood Splattered Bride, Black Xmas remake, Daughters of Darkness, The Strange Vice of Ms. Wardh, Night of the Living Dorks, Dracula vs. Frankenstein, The Beyond, Pervert!, The Night Train Murders, and Caligula Reincarnated as Hitler.
-vince
 
 
xploitedcinema
19 April 2007 @ 06:04 pm
Today I felt like rewatching this movie:

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"Cannibal Ferox" by Umberto Lenzi.... Plot Synopsis: Anthropologists take a trip to the jungles of Colombia to study native cannibals. Instead, they find a band of drug dealers, using the natives to harvest the cocoa leaf. After awhile, the natives are tired of being tortured slaves, and turn on their masters, as well as the anthropologists, thus filling the screen with gruesome splatter!

So the obvious comparison is "Cannibal Ferox" vs "Cannibal Holocaust". The main difference is that "Cannibal Ferox" has a lot more splatter than "Cannibal Holocaust". Ferox has two castration scenes, a drug dealer getting the top of his head chopped off and brains eaten, and multiple decapitations. Ferox doesn't have a single rape sequence, and has a lot more drug usage than Holocaust. An anthropolgist has written a thesis declaring that cannibalism never has existed and is only a myth. She and her brother travel into the Green Inferno to a village she had read about that reportedly had primitive tribes still eating people. They run into two drug dealers who had overpowered the tribe trying to steal their jewels and cocoa leaf. They find out that the drug dealers are up to no good and the tribe quickly turns on all of them declaring anyone with white skin evil and will have to die. Holocaust I don't think is as entertaining, but is more notorious. I think Cannibal Holocaust is pretty good as well depending on which version you watch. The official Grindhouse Releasing version that came out a couple years ago that looks like this: Photo Sharing and Video Hosting at Photobucket is severely cut to 96 minutes as opposed to the older uncut version that floats around on ebay: Photo Sharing and Video Hosting at Photobucket that clocks in at 135 total minutes. The whole "Last Road to Hell" sequence is shown in the 135 minutes one, and is cut really short in the 96 minute version. I would probably have to watch them both on the same day to tell you exactly what was cut from which. I watched the longer one three times in a month about a year ago and just recently watched the shorter one for the first time about a month ago. All I know is that there was a lot of gore and carnage missing from the shorter one. If you liked Holocaust at all I would recommend Ferox as your second go to cannibal exploitation. Of all the cannibal ones I've seen (Jungle Holocaust, Eaten Alive, Cannibal Holocaust, Cannibal Ferox, Cannibal, Mountain of the Cannibal God, etc.) it probably tied with Holocaust. I'll review some of the other ones when I get a chance to rewatch them. 4/5.
 
 
xploitedcinema
18 April 2007 @ 07:57 pm
On to what I watched last night and today thus far.

Last Night:

Photo Sharing and Video Hosting at Photobucket"A Cat In The Brain"... Plot Synopsis: Dr. Lucio Fulci is a director of splatterfilms. He stages a gestapo-orgy like it was any other movie scene. But he is influenced by these things more than he likes. He is hunted by bloody visions day by day. Is Fulci still normal? He asks a psychatrist. He doesn't know that the psychatrist has much bigger problems than Fulci himself. The psychatrist uses Fulci's visions for brutal murders in real life...

This one was a total gorefest. I've seen the majority of Fulci's achievements, but this one was definitely the goriest of them all. He was directing a horror film inside of a horror film and was having issues determining what was in his movie and what was reality. He kept having random visions of all sorts of decapitations, mutilations, torture, and zombies in wheelchairs. My favorite part about this was in fact the zombie in the wheelchair. I feel pretty confident it was a first and probably a last since he lasted about 10 seconds before being decapitated. The storyline wasn't that great, but it was nonstop action on the gore factor. It's a shame that it is so hard to find a copy of this dvd in region 1. I would watch it again, but to anyone interested in Fulci's work I would Recommend "The Beyond", "Don't Torture A Duckling", or "House By The Cemetery" as a better starting place. 3.5/5.

Today:

Photo Sharing and Video Hosting at Photobucket"Faster, Pussycat! Kill! Kill!"... Plot Synopsis: Three strippers seeking thrills encounter a young couple in the desert. After dispatching the boyfriend, they take the girl hostage and begin scheming on a crippled old man living with his two sons in the desert, reputedly hiding a tidy sum of cash. They become houseguests of the old man and try and seduce the sons in an attempt to locate the money, not realizing that the old man has a few sinister intentions of his own.

Really cool 60's movie. I'm not a huge fan of movies this old (since most are outdated), but this one was actually worth watching. The storyline flowed together well and the acting was pretty good. It was apparent that a lot of the dialog with Tura Santana's character was really forced. None of the "superwomen" were as convincing as I was expecting, but since it was made in the 60's I will give them the benefit of the doubt. Other than the forced dialog it was a perfect B movie. Karate chops, Car races, a handicapped pedophile, and some funny fights scenes made the movie worth watching. I would watch it again, and recommend it to anyone. 4/5.

Next up the movies mentioned on the last entry, and Dracula vs. Frankenstein tomorrow. Maybe even something different as what I watch is based entirely on my mood. I took this from an article on www.dreadcentral.com concerning the release of Dario Argento's outrageously lengthy coming out of the third installment of the three mothers trilogy "The Mother of Tears".

We’re still waiting to find out when we’ll finally get to see Dario Argento’s final installment in his Mothers trilogy, The Mother of Tears, but at least we have a creepy image of the titular character to tide us over for now.

The film, penned by Adam Gierasch and Jace Anderson with re-writes done by Argento himself, is the final installment in the trilogy started with Suspiria and continued on in Inferno. Claudio Simonetti returned to score Tears, which he recently said took him almost 4 months to get done. No wonder it’s taking so long to get released!

Asia, as I’m sure you recall, stars in the movie as an American art student who unwittingly opens an urn that unleashes the most powerful of witches, causing all sorts of havoc and suicides.

-vince
 
 
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xploitedcinema
17 April 2007 @ 04:51 pm
so i decided to...
keep a log of all the films i've been watching, so i can remember which ones i liked and which ones were okay. i watch so many over a course of a month that it is sometimes hard to remember which one was which. feel free to scroll away and not read any of this because it is mainly for my own benefit.

"I Drink Your Blood"- pretty funny idea, but not as funny as the synopsis describes. satanic hippies catch rabies, and rape a farmer's daughter. the farmer decides to try and take revenge, but ends up getting drugged with lsd and sent back to his farm. the main thing i remember about this movie is that it wasn't as graphic as i thought it was going to be, and a black satanic hippie was running around with an axe yellling "whoo hoo the colored is going to get you!". I laughed a few times, but wasn't overly impressed.

"The Black Belly of the Tarantula"- about put me to sleep. I don't know if starting it at 12:30 a.m. or lack of interest in the film killed it. Probably both. A giallo with a killer with not black gloves, but plastic Party City hands injects the poison of a rare wasp into women paralyzing them, and making them witness their own demise. I think the main problem with this film is that the director had never directed this kind of film before (famous for the notorious Mondo Cane collection), and sucked and picking the cast. Either way by the end I was neither shocked nor interested on finding out whom the actual killer was.

"Ms. 45"- I liked a lot. It had everything a good grindhouse/exploitation film should have. A mute woman who works as at a clothing design company goes home after work and gets raped twice in one day. She gets raped on the way home and gets raped when she gets home. She decides that all men are evil, and decides to pull a reverse jack the ripper. she goes out late at night dressed as a prostitute and when men approach her she hoses them with her .45. I liked it way better than "Thriller: A Cruel Picture", but is a similiar revenge movie. The only problem is that the dvd is very hard to find in an american release and is severely cut to 80 minutes in an "r" rated version. Maybe one day an unrated version will see the light of day.

"The Stuff" was priceless. I can't even remember how many times I laughed at this movie. The whole idea from the theme song to the fact that they actually made this into a movie was amazing. People being killed by yogurt. Fucking shit. I would recommend this to anyone with a sense of humor, who enjoys comical 80's horror, or death from dairy products.

Other things I won't bother reviewing but enjoyed: Apocalypse Now, Kill Bill 1,2, The Toxic Avenger, Battle Royale, 300, and Grindhouse.

Next up on the agenda is: Townies, Children of Men, Nightmares in a Damaged Brain, Just Before Dawn, Coffy, and The Blood Splattered Bride.