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I have been looking for this piece for years and you know how that goes when you look forward to something only to be disapponited by it in the end. Sad to say this film does just that. Not that it is bad. It tries hard to be a cult horror comedy and does work in some points. But overall it just ends up being a run of the mill SOV cheese flick. Still it's way better than the Violent S*** series all put together. Kind of an Anthology horror style film with other small segements in between. What makes it totally worth a look is just to see all the underground horror greats like Linnea Quigley, David Warbeck, Sergio Stivaletti, and directors Joe D'Amato, Luigi Cozzi and most of all the late great Lucio Fulci in a cool Commercial type segment and I quote: "The best Breast from beyond the Grave". Lucio Fulci's daughter Antonella has a cameo as a Pregnant lady who's fetus is blown out threw the air. Fans of stuff like Black Past and Burning Moon will most like enjoy this over fans of Fulci or 80's Gore films. There are some choice gore scenes yet they are very low budget. But hey these guys tried, that counts for something at least. Worth a look, but dont kill yourself trying to find it. I give it 2 1/2 out of 5.
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