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A woman walking home late at night is attacked by an unknown assailant who knocks her out with chloroform. When she regains consciousness, she finds herself tied to a bed in a blood- spattered dungeon, at the mercy of a white-faced man in a samurai helmet who wants to turn her into a "flower of blood and flesh." He then proceeds to slowly dismember and disembowel her as the camera records it all. Written by
Jean-Marc Rocher <firstname.lastname@example.org>
The film gained some notoriety in 1991 when actor Charlie Sheen viewed it and came to believe that it was an illegal snuff film. He contacted the FBI with his complaint and an investigation ensued, but the movie was eventually proven to be merely a very realistic (yet completely fictional) horror film, and not a document of an actual murder. See more »
"Guinea Pig:Flowers of Flesh and Blood" deserves to be called one of the sickest horror films ever made.This notorious pseudo-snuff sickie is about a guy who dressed as a Samurai warrior kidnaps beautiful Japanese woman and hacks her up in excruciating detail,occasionally pausing to recite some hai-ku.This part of "Guinea Pig" series does contain some very convincing gore effects of hands,arms and legs being cut off in unflinching detail.The worst scene for me is the eye-gouging which is the most realistic.The series received a great deal of publicity when American actor Charlie Sheen,believing this one to contain actual murder gave the copy to the FBI.I've seen only this one and "Devil's Experiment" and I enjoyed both of them.So if you like extreme gore and cruelty you won't be disappointed.Even the most-hardened gore-hounds will wince!Also recommended:Nacho Cerda's "Aftermath".
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