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Death Faces IV (1988)

Death Faces (original title)


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Complete credited cast:
Bizarro Blackstone ...
Narrator (voice) (as Prof. Bizarro Blackstone)
Damian B. Gravenhorse ...
Himself - Producer (voice) (as Damian B. Gravenhorse PhD.)
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Clyde Barrow ...
Himself ("Beyond Reality" version) (archive footage)
John Dillinger ...
Himself ("Beyond Reality" version) (archive footage)
Himself (archive footage)
Herself (archive footage)
Himself (archive footage)
Lee Harvey Oswald ...
Himself (archive footage)
Bonnie Parker ...
Herself ("Beyond Reality" version) (archive footage)
Jerry Unser ...
Himself (archive footage)


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When the brutal reality of death defies the imagination! See more »







Release Date:

1988 (USA)  »

Also Known As:

Beyond Reality  »

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Did You Know?


Contrary to popular belief, this film never included any of the R. Budd Dwyer suicide on live television, as many reviewers claim. See more »


One sequence involving the Kikuyu tribes people incorrectly says that they are from Papua New Guinea, but they're actually from Kenya. See more »


Damian B. Gravenhorse - Producer: Show some death! Switch the bloody footage!
Narrator: I apologise, ladies and gentlemen, that was our producer, Mr. Gravenhorse.
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Edited into Banned from Facez 2000, Part Two (2000) See more »

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remember this oddity
21 May 2008 | by See all my reviews

I saw this with 2 friends in the Saturday after Thanksgiving of 1994. We laughed at the intro where it had the English producers voice telling the narrator to get on with it. I remember the tiger(or cheetah) showed dying after being hit with an arrow and the feral women in a cage with a dead body. She took out an human organ and wiped it on herself. Seemed fake. Do not remember the Budd Dwyer ending but remember the Nazi footage and the car crashes. Also the elephantiasis. I remember in the beginning it mentioned itself as "Death Faces IV" and knew form then that this would be a ripoff of FOD. If I saw this today, I would probably not remember it as fondly but I always will since that was a great weekend and this was part of it. It would not be as remembered to me if was on another weekend.

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