Every now and then, a film such as The Texas Chainsaw Massacre is branded as an ultra-violent bloodbath, despite the fact that the film is actually nearly bloodless (I am of course speaking of the original, not he '03 redux!). Sometimes a film manages to ratchet the tension and does such a fantastic job of allowing the audience to imagine the horror for themselves that, after viewing the film, it will seem much more violent and harrowing than what was physically depicted on screen.
Die-B-Que claims that it has been called "!The Most Brutal Film Of All Time!".
Does it, like TCM, create such an intense experience that it seems more violent?
Nope. Not even remotely.
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|"Okay seriously...this happened to a friend"|
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As far as extra features there's an interview with "Director" Jackson Furley, which is pretty amusing. There is also some behind the scenes stuff that is fun to watch as well. The Warlock himself introduces the film and has a few outgoing words as well, which I thought was a nice touch!
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Coming up with be a review of Hack O'Lantern....also from Warlock.....so stay tuned!