As serial killer Lothar Schramm lies dying in his own blood, horrific memories of his miserable life of paranoia, self-harm and rejection flash before his eyes. A tragic look into the mind of a serial killer.
Florian Koerner von Gustorf,
After wandering a ruined city for years in search of food and shelter, two siblings find their way into one of the last remaining buildings. Inside, they find a man who will make them a dangerous offer to survive the outside world.
Two women are abducted by a group of snuff filmmakers and brought into a Hellish nightmare of unmistakable brutality, viciousness and destruction that will leave every viewer shocked, amazed and awestruck.
Eight The Chosen One,
Jim Van Bebber
A woman has been brutally struck down by a car and the two drivers have been obtained by the police. The unorthodox commander-in-chief decides to check out the assailant's car for himself and makes a gruesome discovery on a camcorder. The video recorder features the relentless torture and murder of a prostitute. The police decide to deal out some justice of their own -- justice that would make even the criminals cringe -- by interrogating their perpetrators, they discover more videotapes exposing even more sexually deviant torture and murder.Written by
Brutal beyond compare, this movie ranks up there with the likes of Marian Dora, Lucifer Valentine, August Underground, Snuff 102, Salo, A Serbian Film and Cannibal Holocaust as among the most difficult films to stomach. Interestingly, there is a plot to "Atroz" amid the graphic decadence that makes viewing it worth it. Sure, this film isn't for everyone, and I'm quite convinced the $67 it made in theatres was because of people like Jeffrey Dahmer, Ted Bundy, the Green River Killer and so on.
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