Late at night, a woman is kidnapped by an unknown assailant and taken back to his blood-spattered dungeon, where he turns her into a "flower of blood and flesh" through a series of dismemberment and evisceration.
A dwarf scientist has his dreams frustrated when his sister becomes seriously ill. Determined to find a way to preserve the essence of his sister after the death, the scientist begins to use humans as guinea pigs in a bizarre experiment.
Haunted by the death of his father and other psychological traumas, Daniel (Roberto Scorza) returns to the home where he was raised. Faced with intense emotional scars, as well as physical ... See full summary »
A scientist taints his mother's scientific experiment with his own drug that transforms pain into a pleasurable experience. Unfortunately for the three women involved in the experiment, the drug works a little bit too well.
A woman walking home late at night is attacked by an unknown assailant who knocks her out with chloroform. When she regains consciousness, she finds herself tied to a bed in a blood- spattered dungeon, at the mercy of a white-faced man in a samurai helmet who wants to turn her into a "flower of blood and flesh." He then proceeds to slowly dismember and disembowel her as the camera records it all.Written by
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The film gained some notoriety in 1991 when actor Charlie Sheen viewed it and came to believe that it was an illegal snuff film. He contacted the FBI with his complaint and an investigation ensued, but the movie was eventually proven to be merely a very realistic (yet completely fictional) horror film, and not a document of an actual murder. See more »
When the assailant decapitates the woman, it's clear that the head is not there and that he hits the bloodied stump; making it appear as if the woman was already decapitated. See more »
DVD edition released by Unearthed Films contains a special re-edit as an easter egg. This version removes the majority of the dialog and POV shots and features intentionally degraded picture quality to simulate a bootlegged, multiple-generation video of an "actual" snuff movie. See more »
A defenseless woman in kidnapped. In a very bizarre place, someone is going to torture her. He will cut off her hands, arms and legs before taking off her head with an axe. He will add her in his collection.
This is Guinea Pig, a serie of torture films, nothing more nothing less! The history spreads an horrifying legend about how hideous and disgusting this movie is. I think this is quite gory with extreme graphic violence but not so horrible. The special effects are obvious but very well made in fact...but not too much realistic to called this a snuff movie!
Finally, Guinea Pig is an experience to live but only for the hardcore fans of this genre of film. The audience not aware of what it is will be shocked to death and very offended. If you like this kind of movie, watch it with a couple of hardcore friends, it may turn in a funny kind of sick show with laughs and horrifying thrills!
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