Howard and Eli, the killers from the first Video Violence movie, are back and are now hosting their own TV show. Broadcast secretly from their basement, the show looks a the fine art of ... See full summary »
Gary P. Cohen
A student moves into a run-down building in New York City. His bizarre neighbors make a concoction in their apartment they call wine, but when he takes some of it, he turns into a deformed, murderous monster.
A husband and wife open a video store in a new town, and come to find out that the locals only rent horror films and the "occasional triple X'er", and make their own snuff videos. Written by
Ari Rosenfield <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Gary P. Cohen got the idea for this film while working as a video store clerk. One day a woman came into the store with her toddler and asked if the film I Dismember Mama (1972) was rated R for nudity. Cohen told her that he wasn't sure if the movie contained nudity, but that it was probably rated R for graphic violence. The woman decided to rent the movie, saying that as long as there was no nudity it would be appropriate for her children to watch. This interaction appears in the film, although the woman has an infant instead of a toddler and is asking about the appropriateness of Blood Cult (1985). See more »
One of the 30 movies i saw that are a truly horror mastepiece. this movie -at least- in Argentina is very difficult to see or rent. It was film in video and i think when the whole "video" mania was just starting. This is an excellent example of making a great film with very little money. I think it is an example for every filmaker.
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