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Who has seen this? I want it.
Also, the woman in it looks like Jasmine Pearson.
but they trailer is amazing. I imagine the film can't live up to it.
I'm gonna watch Death and the Compass tomorrow.
Just read this: On December 3, 2008, a spiritual sequel was reported to be going into development with the working title Repo Chick. The film will be produced by David Lynch. The story will be set against the backdrop of the present economic downturn and a boom in repossession that extends far beyond cars and homes. On 13 February 2009, Cox announced on his personal blog that shooting had finished and the film was now in post-production. The bulk of the film was shot in front of a green screen, with backgrounds filmed and composited in during post-production. Universal sent Cox a cease-and-desist, since Cox does not possess the rights to do an official sequel, but he ignored it, as his film uses none of the characters from the original. The film premiered on September 8 at the Venice Film Festival. Plans for a proper theatrical release have not yet been announced.
At least one celebrity cameo has been announced. Danbert Nobacon (of Chumbawamba) will reportedly have a small role.
and it was pretty poor. Not very nice really.
Watch Martyrs instead, far more horrible and entertaining. Made me feel WRONG.
pretty much the defining rape revenge film. it's not a great cinematic experience or anything, it's low budget b-film and all that, but it's worth seeing just to have that point of reference. plus the bathtub scene is magic.
it's a landmark film but even for the time it isn't particularly well made.
definitely watch once.
just expect to laugh more than be shocked.
The edited version is totally cack and only the value in watching is to see the amount of footage that gets repeated to plug said edits, and for the comically shite acting.
aren't really about the gorehound shocks, the edited version (for once) doesn't really lose all that much about what the film is about.
stabbed in the back - for the close-up they just throw a knife into some pink cake
y'know, as far as rapists go...
anyway yeah definitely don't get the vanilla version, i've not seen is but surely that would defy the whole point of watching such a film in the first place