Gory movies

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  1. Nostromo

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    I love it, too! Clive Barker's work actually was my introduction into horror films. I was a sheltered child. :(

    Hellraiser I and II are very good. II has eyeball juggling and more skinless folk!
     
  2. Mutonismyfriend

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    Anyone ever see Basket Case - mutant Siamese twin, with hilarious giant saw blade full body split scene?

    Living Dead at the Manchester Morgue - early 70's Italian Zombie flick if I recall.

    City of the Living Dead (maggot spraying onto unaware actors = true unexpected gross out expressions!)

    Hershell Gordon Lewis flicks, and the whole eyeball ripping and squiding scene. I read paeople fainted in the sixties at that one.

    Whats that John Carpenter movie with the inside out dogs, stretchy neck that grows spider leds and runs away, and opening chest arm severing scenes. Not just gore, but a tense well acted quality movie!

    And which zombie movie does the pulling the conscious girl onto the spike at eye level scene?

    Must say, gore really doesn't do too much for me these days, but I remember sitting thru 12 hours of "banned" movies at the Scala in King's Cross...all the time wisjhing I had brrought a cushion along!
     
  3. Count

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    The Eye Splinter Zombie movie was Called Zombie, or Zombie 2, I think it had a bunch of different names, it also had the scene where the Zombie fights the shark underwater, awesome!

    The John Carpenter one is probably the Thing remake he did, I haven't seen that for a really long time.

    Basket Case reminded me of a movie called Brain Damage, that shit is fucking awesome and I love the music. The Head scene is great.
     
  4. Parka

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    Hostel was a dissapointment.... :(
     

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