While alone on the subway a man discovers that his inner voice can no longer be suppressed with medication. "The Voice", angry at being ignored for all these years, vengefully reeks mental and physical abuse upon the man - the likes of which can only be imagined. Written by
After many failed attempts to create the massive explosion of vomit needed for this shot, Elias finally decided to just vomit for real. Six bowls of died green oatmeal, two bananas, and a little olive oil as a chaser made up the contents of his stomach. Despite feeling sick as a dog after this willful force-feeding, it took 30 minutes and two table spoons of Ipecac syrup to cause the final eruption. With the moment of truth just seconds away, the camera battery died, but cameraman Ryan swapped it with a fresh one just in time to capture the ensuing vomitous scene. See more »
Ingest that poison... Shove it down your throat... It can't quiet me... *Now*!
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It did tens times more in 13 minutes then "Last House on the Left" did in 91 minutes. Makes "The Exorcist" look like an amateur and "Hellraiser" doesn't even compare with what's in this picture. "The Blair Witch Project" can take a hike and Friday the 13th now just Friday. This ain't no Nightmare on Elm Street, it's borderline serious. No filmmaker could ever be this sick and twisted and appear to be normal in public but Biff Juggernaut is the man and Elias is truly talented and brilliant. Horror films to me are the most unpredictable films you can watch and still enjoy it, but if your going to see this bad a**, you better have a strong stomach.
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