Flower of Flesh and Blood is a Japanese splatter movie from 1985, and it has become infamous not just for its gory content, but also for its near-legendary status around the world.
Deriving its terror from over-the-top body horror as well as unnerving psychological uncertainty, The Thing is an absolute classic. It is a movie that works on multiple levels and contains themes that run deeper than casual viewers might realize. Join chris and Joey in episode 19 of the Last Theater on the Left Podcast as they begin their journey into John Carpenter’s Apocalypse Trilogy with a look at 1982’s The Thing!
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Antropophagus, an Italian horror movie and one of the infamous video nasties, has been known by many names and seen in many different versions, but are any of them worth seeking out?
The third movie in the Guinea Pig series is a comedy with gore. Does the change in format work?
One of the most infamous movies for fans of horror, Flower of Flesh and Blood delivers on its promise of gore, but are there more reasons to watch beyond the blood and guts?
Guinea Pig: Devil’s Experiment is the first in an infamous series of Japanese splatter films released in the eighties, but is it worth watching today?