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    Death Smiled on a Murder (Arisitide Massaccesi, 1973)

    Great review loops.

    I have the Shock version of this too... I'm still yet to watch it though!
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    Death Smiled on a Murder (Arisitide Massaccesi, 1973)

    great review loops, not going to get this one!
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    Water Power (1976)

    One to watch with the family!
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    Porno Holocaust (Joe D'amato, 1981)

    I've never seen this movie with subtitles, I have the X-rated Kult DVD that has no subs so I've never had a clue what the hell is going on - the result is very, very trippy!
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    Banned in America (1998)

    This sounds very much like the 2nd movie from the creators of Bum Fights, but its doing the rounds under a different title, something like, Excutions, Terrorists and Middle East WackJobs.
    Very Extreme film if its the same one, if not then they share alot of footage.
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    Banned in America (1998)

    Cheers

    Its all real!

    Thing is it starts off shocking but then after a while the shock wears off and you end up being bored.
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    Banned in America (1998)

    Great blog Loops (luving the colours!). This film sounds VERY extreme - one I probably won't see. Is it all real then or almost all fake like FOD?
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    Exterminators of the Year 3000 ( Guliano Carnimeo aka Jules Harrison, 1983 )

    I saw this as a kid on Betamax video! I remember the bit were the boy nearly blows everyone up my trying to crush a stick of dynamite with his bionic arm and having to be stopped.
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    Razor Blade Smile ( Jake West, 1998 )

    Cheers Yeah i was a bit pissed off with that ending.
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    Razor Blade Smile ( Jake West, 1998 )

    Nice review loops - plus agree with you on that ending...
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    Hells Gate ( Umberto Lenzi, 1991 )

    I have to agree with you here loops, absolute garbage!

    I too have the EC disc and what gets me is that the cover art has nothing to do with the film... in fact it is probably better than the film!
    I also have (most) of the EC discs, plus am a bit of a Lenzi completist so would not part with it no matter how shite it is... an it IS!
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    Hells Gate ( Umberto Lenzi, 1991 )

    Sorry mate i'm keeping hold of my EC discs.
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    Hells Gate ( Umberto Lenzi, 1991 )

    Would you trade this old bean? I'm morbidly curious!

    And slightly masochistic! ha.
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    House of Doom ( Lucio Fulci and Umberto Lenzi, 1986 & 1989 )

    I'll second that, Awesome review loop's.
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    House of Doom ( Lucio Fulci and Umberto Lenzi, 1986 & 1989 )

    Might watch "House of Clocks" again tonight
    Awesome review loops!
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    House of Doom ( Lucio Fulci and Umberto Lenzi, 1986 & 1989 )

    I've only seen "House of Clocks" so far, which was quite good for a late Fulci- so I was curious to read more about the other movies in the "House of Doom" collection.
    It's been some time since I last saw "Clocks", but if I recall correctly, the ending had a neat, little, darkly humouruos twist involving a cat....
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    Cannibal Ferox ( Umberto Lenzi, 1981 )

    Ach Peter - I was going to watch a cannibal film with my dinner Now I have to choose something else!
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    Cannibal Ferox ( Umberto Lenzi, 1981 )

    Another good alternative would be the "Another World Entertainment " release, which has a similar pq to the Sazuma disc. Obviously the same master was used.
    Unfortunately it's lacking in extras and it's not featuring the slightly beefed up (sound effects-wise) audio from the Grindhouse and Sazuma disc.
    "Ferox" is probably the most "entertaining" of all the classic Italian cannibal flicks, which doesn't neccesarily qualify it as a "date movie"....
    It's a nasty, silly cartoon for adults....far easier to watch than "Cannibal Holocaust", but nevertheless NOT an easy watch!
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