Video Violence 1 & 2 2007 Horror Movie Review
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A normal, unsuspecting couple – Steve and Rachel – find themselves completely immersed in a town of blood-drunk crazies. Led by sickos Howard and Eli, these backwater psychopaths produce and watch their own snuff movies in which victims are outsiders or citizens trying to leave the close-knit community of killers. The most well-known Shot-On-Video horror film from the mid 80s and never-before-released on DVD, Video Violence earned an AFI Nomination in 1986 for “Best Independent Film”. These are uncut in all their original gruesome & gory glory and are the Grand-daddy of all the “Torture Films” that are currently popular (Saw franchise, Hostel, See No Evil).
About Video Violence 1 & 2 (2007)
Video Violence 1 & 2
David Christopher, Mavis Harris, Neil Cerbone, Bill Bowers, Gary Cohen,
Rating: 3 / 5 stars from 5 users.
127 minutesDirector: Gary Cohen,
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