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    Calvaire is a pretty healthy slice of f'd up. Its more emotional horror and degradation than actual gore. Martyrs and Inside get mentioned in passing but, at least Martyrs BELONGS on this list. If there is a more soul befouling flick I have yet to see it. It truly needs to be seen, but once you do, it cannot be unseen.

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    speaking of which, i finished Society last night

    kinda reminded me of the witches, but way grosser

    thanks for the recommendation!
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    Glad you enjoyed it. It was a product of the '80's Yuzna/Gordon machine...often overlooked.

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    had yuzna written all over it!

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    I think that I have watched Society, but I am unsure.

    Speaking of Yuzna, did anybody ever see his Faust movie? Hahaha! It was based on this comic book series that I was too young to have been reading, despite doing just that, but the film looks really bad. Maybe so bad that it's good?
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    Quote Originally Posted by orpheus View Post
    I think that I have watched Society, but I am unsure.

    Speaking of Yuzna, did anybody ever see his Faust movie? Hahaha! It was based on this comic book series that I was too young to have been reading, despite doing just that, but the film looks really bad. Maybe so bad that it's good?
    Ok...I read the comics, and they were extremely unadaptable due to overwhelming violence and sex. I thought the movie, while flawed, was as close as it was going to get. The biggest omission...the little musical interludes while the character was lopping heads off. It has Jeffrey Combs and Andrew Divoff so the pedigree is there. If you keep it in perspective it's a nice addition to the Yuzna/Gordon library. Actually kind of under the radar.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jerseydevil View Post
    Ok...I read the comics, and they were extremely unadaptable due to overwhelming violence and sex. I thought the movie, while flawed, was as close as it was going to get. The biggest omission...the little musical interludes while the character was lopping heads off. It has Jeffrey Combs and Andrew Divoff so the pedigree is there. If you keep it in perspective it's a nice addition to the Yuzna/Gordon library. Actually kind of under the radar.
    Hmmmm. I am intrigued and will have to watch it one of these days.

    Yeah, a more faithful adaptation of said comics would had resulted in a triple X rating, lol! :O

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    AFM 2011: Lightning Media to Distribute The Revenant Stateside | Horror Movie, DVD, & Book Reviews, News, Interviews at Dread Central

    Back in May we reported on Lightning Entertainment acquiring the sales rights for Kerry Prior's amazing zombie comedy, The Revenant, and now on the eve of AFM 2011 they've found a distributor ... themselves! We can't blame them for not wanting to let this one go. Read on for the details.

    The Revenant will be released by Lightning Media in the U.S., Lightning Entertainment's domestic distribution label, and screen at the American Film Market.

    The film tells the story of a soldier (David Anders, from TV’s "24" and "The Vampire Diaries") who is killed in Iraq and then finds himself resurrected as a "revenant," or one who has returned from the dead. He turns to his slacker best friend (Chris Wylde) to help him manage his newfound thirst for blood, and the duo quickly realize that this zombie-fied state is a perfect opportunity to become vigilante crime fighters. Their adventure quickly becomes more complicated and bloody than they expected, however.

    The Revenant has garnered incredible reviews and won numerous awards on the international festival circuit, including the Best Director and Audience Awards at Fantastic Fest and Zompire (the Undead Film Festival), and the Audience Award at CineVegas; and has played to packed houses at top festivals like Sitges, the Brussels International Film Fest, and the Fantasia Film Festival.

    The Revenant's director Kerry Prior wrote the original screenplay and produced the film with Liam Finn, and Jacques Thelmaque.
    This is probably the best flick I have ever seen at ScreamfestLA. It's a travesty that it has taken so long to be released. Think the writer/director has a lot to do with that, he may have been looking for too sweet a deal. Now AFM is doing the honors, wish it was someone a little more high profile. In the end this may be hard to find, but I cannot recommend searching for it highly enough. Smart, funny and pretty tragic.

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