Dead Body Man

July 31, 2017 at 12:33 am (1 Head, Dead Body Man) (, , )

Dead Body Man – 2004 – United States

In the first ten minutes of Dead Body Man, a man pretends to be mentally handicapped and picks up a prostitute. Back at his place, he beats her with a hammer and has sex with her. Then he shoots her, butchers her body while wacky accordion music plays, and sells the meat to a cannibal. The cannibal complains about the meat and says, “Go to a school and get some little girls.” Dead Body Man continues in this vein for ninety more minutes. Each scene struggles to reach a higher level of bad taste but never does.

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Scarlet Fry’s Junkfood Horrorfest

May 31, 2016 at 12:06 am (1 Head, Scarlet Fry's Junkfood Horrorfest) (, , , , , )

Scarlet Fry’s Junkfood Horrorfest – 2007 – United States

Scarlet Fry’s Junkfood Horrorfest is a horror anthology hosted by a hillbilly zombie who makes stupid jokes and chains women to a tree. In the prologue, a desperate junkie beats her dealer to death with a tire iron. She is upset because her dealer gave her a VHS tape of Junkfood Horrorfest instead of drugs. I kind of understand how she feels.

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Bloodsucking Freaks

March 20, 2016 at 6:09 pm (1 Head, Bloodsucking Freaks) (, , , )

Bloodsucking Freaks – 1976 – United States

Sardu (a sardonic maniac) and Ralphus (a demented dwarf) operate “Sardu’s Theatre of the Macabre” in the SoHo neighborhood of Manhattan. Jaded socialites watch Sardu’s Grand Guignol-style performances without realizing that the torture and murder are real. Sardu runs a white slavery ring, buying and selling young women. Using electroshock conditioning, he brainwashes them into willing slaves who even delightedly torture each other.

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Primitives

November 15, 2015 at 6:48 pm (1 Head, Primitives) (, , , , , )

Primitives – 1980 – Indonesia

“This is a true adventure filmed on location in the jungle where the events portrayed actually took place.” Thus opens Primitives, as Kraftwerk’s “We Are the Robots” inexplicably plays on the soundtrack. In a plot similar to Cannibal Holocaust (1980), three anthropology students trek through the Indonesian jungle to find a lost “cannibal” tribe. They are harassed by poisonous flora and predatory fauna, and are captured by grunting, screaming natives. The natives imprison, abuse, and sexually molest the students until they eventually escape.

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Human Beasts

May 18, 2015 at 1:23 am (6 Heads, Human Beasts) (, , , , )

Human Beasts – 1980 – Spain/Japan

Human Beasts is a haphazard combination of stuff. While executing a diamond heist in Japan, a mercenary crosses some Japanese revolutionaries. The revolutionaries, one of which is the mercenary’s ex-lover, track the mercenary to Spain and ambush him. After being nearly shot to death, the mercenary is taken to a chalet and nursed by an overbearingly nice doctor/pig breeder and his two beautiful daughters. Of course, the family is actually a bunch of kinky weirdoes. The mercenary is molested in his sleep by one sister, develops a romance with the other, and is eventually eaten by them both. You see, the family once lived in Africa where they learned to love cannibalism. There is also a third sister who lives in the chalet’s walls, hates her family, and guns everyone down in the end.

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Isle of the Snake People

September 24, 2014 at 1:55 am (6 Heads, Isle of the Snake People) (, , , , , , , )

Isle of the Snake People – 1971 – Mexico/United States

A military captain visits a remote island colony. His mission is to reform the corrupt police department, but he is sidetracked by disturbing reports of the natives’ sacrificial rituals. With help from a roguish male police officer and a prudish female suffragist, the captain discovers a cannibalistic voodoo cult. There is also a rather stupid and out-of-place romance subplot.

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