Cinema of Death 2007 Horror Movie Review
Horror movies Review
Cult Epics proudly presents UNDERGROUND CINEMA.
Underground Cinema first appeared in the 1960s with groundbreaking works by filmmakers as Kenneth Anger, Stan Brakhage and Andy Warhol, whose films dealt with provocative subjects such as politics, sex, magic and death. Cinema of Death compiles some of the most recent extreme films made, featuring raw, poetic, explosive images that will enter into and linger in the subconscious.
ADORATION (Olivier Smolders, Belgium/1987) is the true story of a Japanese man s love crazed obsession for a woman, which ends in cannibalism. DISLANDIA (Brian M. Viveros, USA/2005), a disturbing observance of Lindsey a child existing in an indistinguishable time and place, haunted by surrealist visions. PIG (Nico B, USA/1999), a poetic film in which we see the subconscious of a killer transform into abstract forms and material, all deriving from his suffering and desperation. Featuring Rozz Williams (Christian Death). HOLLYWOOD BABYLON (Nico B, USA/2000), an homage to Kenneth Anger s Hollywood Babylon, shot at the Museum of Death, Ca. LE POEM (Bogdan Borkowski, France/1986), an actual autopsy of a human body accompanied by the poem The Drunken Boat by Arthur Rimbaud