Saturday, June 11, 2016

Guinea Pig 2: Flower of Flesh and Blood (1985)



Director: Hideshi Hino

Starring: Hiroshi Tamura, Kirara Yugao

Run time: 43 minutes

Rant: This is a "faked" or "worked" snuff film. If your dick gets hard watching a young lady be kidnapped, mutilated and murdered and you don't wanna break the law, this movie is for you. I guess you're supposed to watch this while milking the last drops of cum from your disturbed cock. I watched it with a glass of wine and a cigarette and I gotta tell ya, the effects are good but they would have been better if there was a story. Even a fucking inkling of a story. 

The first five minutes: a guy kidnaps a lady.

The remaining 35 minutes: the guy tortures the lady.

Curtains.

Hopefully this ol' flick will suffice a sicko out there that needs to get his rocks off and hopefully he doesn't go out and harm an actual human being. He can live vicariously through this movie. That's about all the positive I can get out of this shit. I don't know. I love gore. I love depraved shit. But you gotta make it mean something. It has to matter. This movie is just a bowl of shit with a few sprinkles of parmesan cheese. I guess it's better than nothing. They certainly shoot for the stars. This is a pointless awful horror movie.


Fun Fact: In 1991 after watching this movie, Charlie Sheen thought it was a real snuff film and contacted the FBI.

Rating:
             Horror Film: 3
             Entertainment: 5
             Gore: 9
             Overall: 5.0

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