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A young reporter begins to unravel the secrets of an underground myth... snuff films. Soon she falls in a gruesome spiral of shocking images, not suited for the faint hearted. Investigation on snuff films and onto the true meaning of violence. Written by MM

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Probably the best of it's genre...
9 April 2008 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

OK, now first of all, this type of movie is not for everyone's taste, but those that like to take a ride into the most extreme, this is one you should probably like or maybe tolerate is a better word. I want to quote a user review from IMDb.

"The depraved plot of "Snuff 102" is easy to follow: three girls are kidnapped and subjected to sadistic torture and murder by a masked Snuff Maniac. One of them is pregnant. She is tied to a chair, beaten,her fingers are cut off, she is knocked to the ground and finally the killer stomps her head, stomps her pregnant belly then rapes her with a large knife. During this shocking sequence director Mariano Peralta was beaten and injured by the angry viewers of Mar Der Plata Festival."

Now that is pretty shocking right? Not that the director was beaten and injured, but the fact that this movie played at a festival. :) I will admit, the sequence that reviewer is talking about, is maybe the most revolting, sickening, and realistic act of extreme torture and murder I have yet seen on film. I mean, what were they thinking inviting a faux snuff film to a festival of any kind? To continue my quoting from the same review.

"Snuff 102 has also two shocking scenes of animal cruelty involving monkey and butchered pig. They are nasty and disturbing. The acting is fairly convincing and the atmosphere of total evil is well-captured. However the film asks several uncompromising questions about the evil side of a man. Give it a look, if you can stomach it. 8 out of 10."

I quoted that review, because I could not have said it better. There is a moral statement in this movie, and it does have a little twist at the end, which gives it a leg up on most of this genre of films, there actually is a story. So what I am saying, is this is as close to a "Gone With the Wind" of fake snuff films as I have come across. They use shadows, and some oversaturated colors, to hide some of the slicing and dicing, but you get the idea of what's going on without being shown so much obviously fake gore as in the Guinea Pig movies. This ends up making the film even more realistic, because your mind fills in the blanks quite effectively. Is it worth all the trouble and expense you have to go through to order the DVD from Argentina? From my point of view, the answer is definitely yes. When I heard about this movie, I had to see it. That's the bottom line, and the most sure way was to order it through their website www.snuff102.com.ar . BTW, the Snuff 102 title, refers to the 102nd victim of the maniac.

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