This movie continues in the same vein as F.O.D. 1 with short scenes of death related material. Mortuarys, accidents, police work are filmed by TV crews and home video cameras. Some of the ... See full summary »
Faces of Death VI is a direct-to-video compilation of the highlights of the earlier films in the Faces of Death series. It features many of the same scenes shown in Faces of Death 1 and 4, ... See full summary »
Traces of Death is a collection of archive film and borrowed stock footage, notorious for its pointless exploitative content. In its opening you see the death of a woman named Maritza ... See full summary »
Maritza Martin Munoz,
Join your fiendish host, Dr. Vincent van Gore, as he leads you into the forbidden world of the dead. Only the most disgusting and horrifying car crashes, suicides and murders are presented.... See full summary »
Follows the same pattern of the other Faces of Death movies. In this one we see many staged and not so staged looking deaths ranging from bungee jumping accidents and magic tricks gone bad.Written by
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Dr. Louis Flellis claims that Dr. Gross had went insane and committed suicide after witnessing the many faces of death. However in the previous installment The Worst Of Faces Of Death Dr. Flellis says that Dr. Gross died under his own knife in a simple surgical procedure gone wrong. See more »
Alberto Einstino .... camera operator: Europe second unit See more »
The dog scene was cut out of most versions of the film. See more »
Every once in a while I google Faces of Death just to see what's out there, and I found this site. I was working one of the god-awfullest jobs in my EMT career in NYC one morning in 1988 at around 6:30 when we got the call for a "space case" in the subway at W. 66 and Broadway. This poor unfortunate trying to cross from the Uptown side to the Downtown side via the tracks, and didn't quite scramble up to the platform quickly enough before the train rolled in. Well, it was rush hour, and we were surrounded by freelance photographers and videographers trying to catch their last footage of the night (or first of the day) for the TV news, and our "patient" was still alive, although unconscious, so we had to offer advanced life support and remove him with the help of ESU. Apparently whoever took this footage couldn't sell it to the news in time, so he sold it instead to this monster who does the Faces of Death videos. You know, this was a serious call. I had the smell of that victim on me for days. But it was a public place, blah blah blah...fair game. P.S. He lived long enough to make it to the ER where he hung on even longer. Jesus, his torso was so twisted around, how did he last as long as he did!!!? It was grueling for us all the way to the bitter end. Oh, by the way, one of those paramedics working with me on the subway platform is Joe Connelly who wrote the book (which became a movie) Bringing out the Dead.
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