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Female Trouble 1975, NC-17)
John Waters: This Filthy World 2007, Unrated)
Bad Taste 1987, R)
Meet the Feebles 1989, R)
Bad Boy Bubby 1993, Unrated)
This is one truly disturbingly disgusting and yet by far the funniest film that depicted the real and raw Australia, it's so brilliantly scripted. The experimental shots were successful, it's a disturbing version of Rain Man and Forrest Gump Mash with Mr. Bean. I do not recommend anyone to watch this film without being warned, but if you can sit through the first 20 minutes then you can enjoy the rest of the sick film. I love the boundary pushing and dark humour in the film, combining religion symbolism and sexual juxtaposition. The has a strong artistic value that makes the viewers think about the meaning of life and death
Series 7: The Contenders 2001, R)
Nearly a masterpiece, it's so wickedly funny I just can't help myself but laugh all the way through. It's low budget yet surprisingly fresh and original. The characters were interestingly enough to keep me going, the acting was great too, very realistic. I really enjoy the tv show-like editing and narration.
Shaun of the Dead 2004, R)
Pink Flamingos 1972, NC-17)
El Topo 1971, Unrated)
Machete 2010, R)
One of the best from Robert Rodriguez, featuring a well round of stars, It's the exploitation of exploitation. Every single minute has something shocking in it, it's the never ending fun. It's a clever film with gore and funny homages and Spanish!!! I loved the ironies and black humour, it's one of the must sees.
Hobo With a Shotgun 2011, R)
It's film with some guts!! Right from the very start of the film, it reveals a lot of information about what this film trying to tell us: A Modern Day Robin Hood. The film is fast paced with homage of the 70s exploitaional films, the shots were amazing, and the gratuitous nudity and fake blood worked really well. I loved the weapons in the film, they are over exaggerated. Plot may be slightly cliche, but it's worth watching and able to show empathy and satire of today's society.
Desperate Living (Edited Version) 1977, R)
The Rocky Horror Picture Show 1975, R)
Team America - World Police 2004, R)
Poultrygeist: Night of the Chicken Dead 2007, Unrated)
It's so bad that it's good, I enjoyed every single moment of it. Everything was bad, the songs, the actors, the extras, the make up, the costume. It's so cheap and dumb but ultra entertaining. A Schlock that would certainly lock your attention. It's one of the most tasteless film I've seen, even worse than Pink Falmingo, and yes, that's how tasteless it is.
Aftermath 1994, Unrated)
Nekromantik 2 1991, Unrated)
Oh Gosh, they actually made a sequel out of this? The sequel has better editing but the acting was way worse than the first film. It's still extremely grotesque and disturbing, not for anyone's liking for sure. Many flaws could be found but we could actually have some more understanding of necrophilliacs this time.
Chillerama 2011, R)
Nekromantik 1988, Unrated)
I doubt anyone could actually enjoy this film (Well, most people can't anyway) It's certainly a cult classic with all the gore, eye balls and animal corpse; I don't know whether this should be a horror film or just a sick piece of crude. Of all the course of watching the film, the only enjoyable moment was the exploration on sex and death, two of the most interconnected themes that intertwine perfectly. The satire or ironic themes were well used, I loved the use of music and soundscape to create a false sense of security, as if nothing is wrong. I am shocked the willingness of the actors to sacrifice themselves to create the disturbing imagery. I actually have to skip through the animal killing bits because it's just too disturbing.
The Human Centipede (First Sequence) 2009, R)
House of 1000 Corpses 2002, R)
Lesbian Vampire Killers 2008, R)
Adam Sandler's Eight Crazy Nights 2002, PG-13)
Emotionally damaged after watching this junk, Jennifer you stupid whore, it's your own fault for making the four men gangbang you. One of the most controversial film is merely a violent porn, acting was crap, actors were hedious looking. It's so long and dreadful, despite having some memorable scenes, it's no more than a torture pron.
Frontière(s) (Frontier(s)) 2007, NC-17)
It's rare to find a political horror film these days, especially finding a good one. Frontier(s) delivered a stunning message. It's like Skins gone wrong in France with Texas Chainsaw Hostel. Non of the characters were likeable because they were all scums to the society (No, you may be pregnant but the child is a bastard, so still no sympathy) The film makes wonder about this generation of French teenagers (Like how the Dreamers made me wonder about the teenagers in France in the 60s) The teenagers looked more like neo-nazis themselves... The characters only knew about cry and whine, couldn't defend their expandable lives. Overall, justice served them well for what they deserved.
Ken Park 2002, Unrated)
Lucker (Lucker the Necrophagous) 1986, Unrated)
This is one (Excuse my language) "Fucked up" film, there's no artistic intention in the film, but pure sadism. Acting? Nope, reciting lines. The soundtrack was so 80s, failed to be scary. The film is long and dreadful, to say the least, disturbingly boring. The only thing that really made this film controversial was the title and the central theme: necrophilia. The problem is, he like the Decomposed corpse (4 weeks), not the fresh one: it's not easy to be a B-movie actor.
Dark Horse 2012, Unrated)
Unlike most of the Solondz films, this one seemed very cheerful and quirkily hilarious. Selma Blair was amazing, it's her second time working with Solondz and her character is totally different now. Dark Horse is anti-climatic, cynical, indecisive. I love the ensemble and the title, it's just a really dark comedy that will not make you forget, ever.