Tagged: Human Experiments

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American Guinea Pig: Bloodshock – 2015

Bloodshock is another part of the film series American Guinea Pig. It’s hard to not draw parallels to the Japanese film series titles just Guinea Pig and I think that the writer Stephen Biro and Director Marcus Koch is very aware of these movies and have got quite a lot of inspiration from them. In the first one – Bouquet of Guts and Gore it was pretty obvious to me that the inspiration was the...

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The Killing Room – 2009 – who’ll die next?

The Killing Room is one of those movies I didn’t remember seeing. I’m often like that. I don’t remember. Maybe I’m getting senile but the number of times I forget if I’ve seen a movie or not just by the title are really plentiful. When I start watching them I of course know that I’ve seen it before but I have seen an excessive amount of movies in my time that I don’t remember any...

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The Belko Experiment – 2016 – Would you survive?

The Belko Experiment begins pretty awkwardly. The employees are all searched when going into the office building. We as the audience know that something violent is going to happen so for us it might not be strange. But if you look at it from the eyes of the personnel you might see it in a different light. Wouldn’t you be surprised if you suddenly were frisked before entering your office building, after being employed a...

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Anatomie 2 – 2003 – a sequel of sorts

It’s no secret that sequels often not deliver the same standard as the first in a series of films. In the case of Anatomie 2, the same director as directed the first film was given the job. If I understand it correctly, Stefan Ruzowitzky, reluctantly accepted the task after writing the script.  Based on interviews featured in the extra material the producers claimed no one else could direct his ideas so he had to come back....

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Philosophy of a Knife – 2008 – An extreme flick

I’ve had Philosophy of a Knife in my possession almost since it was released almost ten years ago. For some reason, I’ve never watched it. Maybe it’s because it’s four hours long and filmed in black and white. At least for the most part. Well, I’ve never been afraid of watching long movies in foreign languages and I often see black and white as a more stylistic way to create beautiful imagery, so that can’t be it....