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Pour Me Out
Music by Robert Bartha, Lyrics by Mark R. Polak
Performed by Mark Polak
Published by Robert Bartha Music Publishing and Edition X-tended c/o Arabella Musikverlag GmbH
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Do I have to tell you about the hate campaign towards Uwe Boll, I don't think so. Okay, he has made some terrible flicks but he can deliver gore if he wants to and this here, Seed, is one of his better ones on that side. But still it's a bit of a weird flick. The scene's with the investigators are a bit clumsy and even a bit boring. But it is the scene's with Seed, the serial killer, that deliver the goods for the gorehounds. And if you are an animal fan than I won't recommend it for you. The film starts of with animal brutality and I really mean brutality. I won't go into detail, it is real footage and one you won't forget. It's harder to swallow than let's say, Faces Of Death. And it get's worser, Seed even torture a baby. You can see it die and decompose until the skeleton is over. Once he's been electrocuted and is supposed to be death but he isn't, so they bury him alive. Can you see it coming, he rises from the grave and is out for revenge in violence and gore. The most brutal one, even as it is CGI is the hammer scene. It keeps on going and going and will be hard to swallow for an unwarned viewer not into the genre. It's more cruel than the traps of Jigsaw. So it's between the devil and the deep blue see, it's boring sometimes but it is extremely gory on the other side. 'Seed' it into your DVD player and watch it without your girlfriend.
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