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Discussion in 'Misc. Films' started by ~AntiChrist~, Nov 21, 2007.
This thread is souly made for gore...(movies mainly) but anything gorey that you like...enjoy....
My personal favourite "gore" movie would have to be "cradle of fear"..
Though bad camera shooting for this movie, it has "dani fith" in it from a band called "cradle of filth"..And is very..well read the cover..
Pic of dani Filth
Cover of cradle of fear(his movie)
Evil Dead 1-3
An American Werewolf In London
Cradle of Filth is the **** and dani filth is awesome...
oh and i recently saw Rodriguez's Planet Terror, great film, nice camera angles, sick editing.
alot of gore though it looked fake at parts.
Tom savini's death was awesome. and Fergie Fergs.
Dani Filth scares Team Richard
This thread title sucks. I was coming in here to talk about Al Gore.
Someone is going to post something so ridiculous this thread will get closed soon. I'm already sensing who it is too.
Why isn't this in the Misc. Movies forum?
Mods are being lazy
or at work and getting a actual paycheck
heh, nice. Getting paychecks is always a great thing.
That reminds me, I didn't finish my college work
hahahhahahahaha... I actually laughed... posters of hellraiser, evil dead, then...
I know it isn't a movie, but has anyone ever seen Elfen Lied? That's probably the goriest thing I ever saw, even if it was animated. I mean, I've seen movies like the Evil Dead, Dead Alive, and Cannibal Holocaust, but, for sheer blood, Elfen Lied takes the cake for me.
Is that from some movie?
I like gore. Gore is good.
I also like this exhange of words from a Wolvie issue. I didn't go like this, but the actual issue ain't at my hands right now.
"Do you bore your opponents to death?" -Namor
"Something like that... but it's gore to death!" -Wolverine
I guess the "gore" film I like best and have seen the most is the original Dawn of the Dead. After that comes things like Day of the Dead, Evil Dead2, American Werewolf in London, Hellraiser, Toxic Avenger, and Reanimator.
It looks like Doc Ock, who is commiting suicide by stabbing himself with his Octo robotic Arms.
Meatball Machine is a wild, splatterific, experimental sci-fi/horror rollercoaster that will have your entire brain and body shaken and stirred. Capable of making biomechanical weapons out of human flesh, alien parasites grotesquely invade the Earth, turning their hosts into maniacal killers who seek and destroy each other to the bloody death! And yes, it s also a human love story, even though the budding romantics are infested with slimy, tumor-like globules. Codirectors Junichi Yamamoto and Yudai Yamaguchi (Battlefield Baseball) pull out all the stops and don t let up until the final epic battle. It s a touching testament to young love, blood, and alien ooze that leaves you screaming for more!
Clip contains gore:
Thanks! Gotta get that one from somewhere.
amazon.com has it in stock.