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Inside

This is the scariest gore film I’ve ever seen so far.  So please don’t watch this movie if you’re fainthearted.  If you survive the grueling and bizarre gory scenes in Saw series, then I tell you, you won’t succeed on this one.  I mean I finish the film with my knees shaking the whole time.  Those Asian & American horror films are not at par with this European Horror Indie flick.  This is the very first time that I feel scared while watching a sequence of gory scenes.  I’ve already seen a lot of twisted and hair-rising films in the past, but this one scares the sh*t out me the most.

Inside’s antagonist is played by Béatrice Dalle, a seductively vampiric looking French actress famous for her unconventional lifestyle and philosophy.  The story is not actually as interesting and great as the Saw series, but you’ll definitely go insane with the horrible-mind-frigging and sickening bludgeon scenes.  I know I’m already committing the sin of redundancy here, but I feel like my senses are robbed by some horrifying force after watching it.  This flick is definitely on the top of my gore list.  You should watch this if you are into gore and blood.  Good luck. (;

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Ichi the Killer

Is a slasher-gore film from the famous Japanese director Takashi Miike.  This 128-minute movie is full of bizarre body dismemberment, extreme tortures, and mind-boggling out of this world brutal imagery.  From those very sick rape-boiled with sadism scenes, puke provoking piss infected jungles, crazy-funny “Ichi” moments to those insane one-manned massacre carnage…

You might think that I sooo love this flick, but not really.  I just kinda like it because of the high gore content and the fact that it’s Takashi Miike’s work. The main reason that made me a little disappointed is the slow-paced dialogue and how Kakihara (the main protagonist) died.  They should have lengthened the fighting scene in the very last part.

The story is actually adapted from Hideo Yamamoto‘s cult manga Koroshiya 1.  It started when Don Anjo, a Yakuza leader, mysteriously disappeared.  Because of this incident his right hand, Kakihara, vowed to find those people who abducted their boss.  At the end, it turned out that Don Anjo was killed by Ichi under the gauging and manipulation of Jijii (a very mysterious character that put Ichi in post-hypnosis and feeding him false memories).

Ichi’s past is actually very shadowy.  Jijii made him believe that he was being bullied in school and he should kill all the bullies in order to avenge himself. He also knew that he had killed his parents and he failed to rescue his female friend who was raped by those people who bullied him.  Ichi doesn’t have a mind of his own and he’s just like a string puppet controlled and played by Jijii.

Hmmmn…I give this gory flick 7 out of 10 stars.

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Autopsy

Autopsy

I read somewhere that this movie is listed in the 8 Films To Die For.  Autopsy is actually a rather short gory film that is extremely gory.  When I saw the title I thought of Pathology and Saw.  And after watching it for over an hour, I concluded that it’s worth to watch, and there are a few scenes that are rather interesting.

The story is not something new, but the facial lambasting gory scenes are super cool.  The gore is too high and the acting is not bad.  It’s quite obvious that the budget of this film is limited, but it’s worth to take note that the whole team managed to pull it off.  I give this piece of art 7 out of 10 stars.

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Body Corpse #19

Body Corpse #19

Body Corpse #19

Aside from Shutter, there’s another Thai Horror movie that would definitely make you grip the edge of your seat.  It will make you experience a primal and gory feeling, yet, it will drown you psychologically.  The genre is definitely horror, but there’s a tinge feeling of romance and sadness.

I’ve already watched a lot of gory movies, yet this one really stands out.  Compared to Shutter, this one won’t give you that creepy feeling.  It’s actually horrid and very “animalistic”, yet it’s happily tragic.  Happily tragic in a sense that the sinners were being punished at the end.

The story is great, yet when compared to SAW, I would still put the latter on top my list.  I actually didn’t expect at first that this movie would turn out good.  It’s worth to watch if you’re into horror and gory stuffs.

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