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Mary Beth McDonough,
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In my quest to see the 'goriest movie of all time', I finally got my hands on a copy of Das Komabrutale Duell a low budget German gore-fest which I had seen mentioned as a possible contender for the title. My DVD was in the original language with no subtitles, but I thought I'd give it a go regardless; from what I had heard, the story made little sense anyway.
And whilst it is true that this film offers wall-to-wall gore and some scenes that are in extremely questionable taste (foetus stomping, anyone?), I have got to say that I really struggled to sit through this one, finding the endless amateurish effects tedious in the extreme.
As far as I can gather, the film revolves around two warring gangs who seem to be indestructible (possibly zombies): no matter how often they are beaten, stabbed, shot or chopped, they always manage to get back up and continue fighting. What the viewer gets is an hour and a half of endless fight scenes featuring oodles of bargain basement gore. Papier-mâché heads explode and are sliced apart and fountains of fake-looking blood erupt from every wound, but these effects are executed in such an unrealistic, cartoonish manner that the results are laughable.
If you too are searching for the ultimate in gory movie-making, you'll probably end up watching this one just so you can cross it off the list. But be warned, it's a real stinker and a test of endurance for any horror fan.
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