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« Reply #15 on: September 12, 2009, 06:08:18 AM »

I'd say Caligula which I sort of like in parts or the utterly reprehensible Revenge Of The Living Dead Girls.   Thumbdown  ROTLDG is an absolute piece of tripe that has no cohesion plot wise either.  At one point a pregnant woman takes a shower and her stomach rots exposing the baby inside her.  Its just a disgusting misuse of film.  The makers of the film were pure class acts to say the least.   Lookingup
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« Reply #16 on: September 12, 2009, 06:44:46 AM »

Baise Moi... 'nuff said. 
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« Reply #17 on: September 12, 2009, 09:00:15 AM »

I recently saw the jamaican gangter movie "Shottas" and was pretty shocked that EVERY single woman was a complete and total ho.  I'm not a pc patrol type but if that movie isn't sexist no movie is
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« Reply #18 on: September 12, 2009, 09:53:05 AM »

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« Reply #19 on: September 12, 2009, 08:44:25 PM »

Stuff like I SPIT ON YOUR GRAVE, HOUSE ON THE EDGE OF THE PARK,LAST HOUSE ON THE LEFT,HOSTEL,SAW,...I got NO use for this garbage. I watch films to have FUN....not to be depressed.....life is bad enuff without watching torture porn. I would rather watch giant monsters,Frankenstien,and vampires then raping morons. I like my horror supernatureal...or at least platable with style (ie-PSYCHO,TEXAS CHAINSAW MASSACRE,PEEPING TOM). Sadism for the sake of sadism is not entertaining. If I wanted that-I'd watch nazi war crime films.

I agree with RC here... but we disagree on THE DEVIL'S REJECTS, which I dislike for precisely those reasons, and find even more offensive because of the trick Rob Zombie pulls to try to get us to sympathize with the sadists.

I was offended by SALO when I saw it for similar reasons.  Really just sadistic fantasies put on film, but Pasolini dressed it up as art and made the bad guys fascists so it would be politically relevant, so the critics ate it up.

I wasn't exactly offended by PINK FLAMINGOS (other than the reprehensible chicken scene) but I am offended by the attitude of some of its defenders who seem to think its great art for no other reason than it disgusts the middle class.

I was somewhat offended by MEET THE FEEBLES, although parts are funny, because it's just such cheap irony to give children's characters sexual perversions and fatal diseases.

Surprisingly, I was offended by Tyler Perry's DIARY OF A MAD BLACK WOMAN because it was so freaking stupid, and let the main character have it both ways---getting her revenge and then getting full credit for learning the value of forgiveness.  Of all the movies I've mentioned, this is the one that riles me up the most!
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« Reply #20 on: September 12, 2009, 09:11:21 PM »

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« Reply #21 on: September 12, 2009, 09:40:17 PM »

To be honest, I kinda wanna see SQUIRM FEST now thought.

When watching films that are supposed to be offensive, I expect it so I'm not that bothered. It's those little unpleasant surprises that you really cherish.
Harming animals in a movie, for REAL in the movie, always makes me wanna pee all over myself in disgust and kill those responsible. Otherwise I'm offended by those moments  in a movie where the creators don't even know they're wrong about something.
But I can't think of a most offensive movie right now. When I was 4 or 5 years old IT came on television, and I was sitting a foot away from the TV when that guy opened a fortune cookie and the bird fetus was in it. I still haven't gotten over it. But that's more of a truama-thread than a most offensive movie overall.

A friend of my sisters is a big Saw fan and made us have a marathon. Saw 4 was the last one I... saw. And I was so offended. Jigsaw was dead, so why even...!? And more sequels? He's dead! What are they doing!?
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« Reply #22 on: September 12, 2009, 11:04:49 PM »

I'm surprised 'Cannibal Holocaust' hasn't been mentioned yet. I saw it for the first time the other day, sure doesn't make the human race look very good. The killing of animals, rape and torture of people just to feel powerful. . . the entire human race should be offended.
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« Reply #23 on: September 12, 2009, 11:07:12 PM »

I was offended by SALO when I saw it for similar reasons.  Really just sadistic fantasies put on film, but Pasolini dressed it up as art and made the bad guys fascists so it would be politically relevant, so the critics ate it up.

That's the one I was trying to remember when I saw this thread.

I haven't seen it, I just read about it in a film book. I have to agree, it sounds pretty much disgusting and unwatchable, and as I understand it, some of the action involves underage kids, or actors pretending to be so.

I've seen PINK FLAMINGOS and found it's attempts to be over-the-top disgusting just silly and juvenile. The one thing in that movie that disturbed me, and it disturbed me a great deal, was the killing of the chicken.
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« Reply #24 on: September 12, 2009, 11:26:24 PM »

I found BULLY to be a profoundly disturbing and offensive movie.  Every single character was despicable, and I'm not sure who I hated most - these teenagers who behaved worse than barn animals, or the parents who let them do whatever they wanted all the time.  A profoundly depressing film.
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« Reply #25 on: September 13, 2009, 12:21:06 AM »

I found BULLY to be a profoundly disturbing and offensive movie.  Every single character was despicable, and I'm not sure who I hated most - these teenagers who behaved worse than barn animals, or the parents who let them do whatever they wanted all the time.  A profoundly depressing film.

BULLY is quite a hard watch, and all the more depressing given that it is all basically true. Not a feel good movie by any means although Nick Stahl gives a good performance as the titular character.

SALO is a difficult movie to defend, on one hand you have all the fascist overtones and commentary on the Italian political scene, but then you have people eating feces and children forced into lots of nastiness. That Pasolini was murdered soon afterward is perhaps unfortunate, but not all that surprising.

Then there are things such as MEN BEHIND THE SUN which depict the atrocities the Japanese Unit 731 and others did on war captives during WWII. Another case of a director making a exploitation film under the guise of being educational. It has long been rumored that actual footage of a young boy's autopsy who had died in an accident was used in the film, the story goes that the producers duped the boy's parents into thinking
it was a noble thing to show the horrors the Japanese did to the Chinese, Russians, and others.

The GUINEA PIG series is particularly nasty as well, albeit completely fake despite whatever Charlie Sheen might have thought Lookingup
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« Reply #26 on: September 13, 2009, 01:54:06 AM »

I happened to stumble on a review of something called Vase De Noces, aka THE PIG F***ING FILM. The premise is that a farmer in a postapocalyptic wasteland develops feelings for a sow, fathers mutant piglets, then hangs them after they spurn his affections. Besides beastiality and actual dead animals, including dead piglets (stillborn, according to the documentary, though still real) the film includes a sequence where the farmer consumes his own feces and promptly vomits them up. DVD copies are difficult to obtain in America, though a rather poor version is available on usenet. Enjoy.
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« Reply #27 on: September 13, 2009, 02:05:05 AM »

To be honest, I kinda wanna see SQUIRM FEST now thought.

You do know that it's real, right?

As far as offensive films are concerned, I haven't braved much of the exploitive cinema world, but recent memory brings up Witless Protection.  Here's a mini-review I have on the site Criticker:

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First of all, I did not watch this because I wanted to. It was for a tech-screening at work, but luckily I was paid.

OK, I can't really come up with anything positive to say about this movie. It is truly ignorant, unfunny, tasteless, racist, annoying, unimaginative, amateurish, etc. There is no reason for it to exist, and anyone who finds any enjoyment from it is a moron.

I gave it a 1 out of 100.  It didn't get a 0 because Jenny McCarthy looked quite good in it.  I'm sure that the film is pretty mild compared to many others, but it's just so damn dumb!
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« Reply #28 on: September 13, 2009, 06:54:18 AM »

[quote author=RCMerchant link=topic=126592.msg286654#msg286654 date=125273585

I agree with RC here... but we disagree on THE DEVIL'S REJECTS, which I dislike for precisely those reasons, and find even more offensive because of the trick Rob Zombie pulls to try to get us to sympathize with the sadists.
 


Food for thought:
Jason,Freddy Kruger,Micheal Meyers (not the Austin Powers guy),Norman Bates...
all these charecters are commiting equally horrendus crimes on film. But no one condems these films as they do the DEVIL'S REJECTS. Why? I dunno. Maybe because Zombie showed a human side to his killers...and that's truly scary. When you make your monsters human. THATS horror.
Quentin Tarintino makes his killers human-but people make him out to be some kinda genuis.Zombie just took that a step further...I think he may have giving us a poke on our own glorification of movie violence.
The reason I like the film is Sid Haig and Bob Mosley. They both need to be in more (hopefully better) films. And the music was great. I didn't think I could ever listen to Freebird ever again after years of radio play...but it was a good song for the suicide showdown.
And it gave me a chance to see old favorites...PJ Soles,Mary Wornov,Ken Foree,William Forsythe,Danny Trejo, and Diamond Dallas Page(?) Great.
I didn't take the film too seriously...it was good to see these guys back on the big screen.
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« Reply #29 on: September 13, 2009, 07:59:52 AM »

Some horrendus piece of filth called SQUIRM FEST. I actually got rid of it after one sicking veiwing. And it cost me over 20 dollars!
 It envloves a very hungary japanese woman eating live cockroaches,maggots,and human sh!t,puking it up....and eating the puke.
Ugh.

Sure that's not porn?

Also, I have to ask, if no one legitimately enjoys these hard-to-stomach films, how do their sales fare? I can't imagine someone popping in Salo for an enjoyable afternoon, or it really flying off the shelves to do that same thing.

I'd still like to see that film, shocking as it is apparently, I doubt the scat-eating and actors pretending to be underage is going to sicken me too much.
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