Drilled by his deranged mother, Karl the Butcher jr. takes revenge for the gruesome death of his father. Anyone who sets foot on the forest has to die. Hold on to your limbs as Karl jr. ...
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Rome is shattered by a series of gruesome murders that paint the Eternal City deep red. The suspicion grows that these atrocious crimes are connected with the return of one of the most heinous serial killers of our time - Karl the Butcher.
Legendary underground director Todd Sheets (Bonehill Road, Goblin, Zombie Bloodbath) invites you into a gore-soaked netherworld of nocturnal suffering as he presents seven spine-ripping ... See full summary »
The Burning Moon centers on two bedtime stories that a delinquent brother reads his kid sister. These disturbingly morbid stories focus on a serial killing blind date and a murderous, ... See full summary »
Drilled by his deranged mother, Karl the Butcher jr. takes revenge for the gruesome death of his father. Anyone who sets foot on the forest has to die. Hold on to your limbs as Karl jr. slaughter his victims to some amazing tunes of terror. Decapitation is just the beginning...Written by
Wouter Nederlof <email@example.com>
For those who made it through the original Violent Shit, and actually want to see more, here is the sequel.
Violent Shit II is about Karl the Butcher Jr. and his psychotic mother. Not quite as gory as the first movie, it still has some great scenes. If you can watch this, you can probably watch anything.
Seeing these two films back-to-back should be a cathartic experience for anyone with a great deal of pent-up anger, hostility, and frustration. By the end of this one, you should be feeling much better -- especially if your blood-alcohol content is 0.20 or more. I just hope your vision isn't too blurred to read the subtitles.
It may be hard to find Violent Shit and its sequel, but if you like shockingly gory, perverted, low-budget trash cinema, then it's well worth it. One last thing: Be careful about showing this to your friends -- some of them may decide to avoid you in the future.
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