JFD118: The Human Centipede 2, Nekromantik, The Bunny Game
The heat and stench has made us crazy and this week we take a look (and can't look away) from three ghastly flicks. To aid in our understanding, we're once again joined by professional podcaster Mike Dikk, of Kissing Contest fame.
First, it's a grisly tale of laxatives, molestation, crowbars, poop, rape, and daddy issues as we take a look at THE HUMAN CENTIPEDE 2: FINAL SEQUENCE from Tom Six. Picking up the pieces of the the first film, we find Martin. A creepy, mostly mute parking garage attendant with one dream in life - to sew the mouths of some people to the buttholes of some other people.
Next, a rite of passage in ghoul cinema is on the menu - 1987's NEKROMANTIK! Birthed from the brain of Jorg Buttgereit, this is the classic story of a love triangle between a man, a woman, and a stinking rotting corpse dragged from the bottom of a pond. A VHS staple for weirdos the world over, NEKROMANTIK set the bar for years and was the intro to a much darker (and often pretty funny) place for any kid with a video store account.
Finally, it's the bottom of the barrel as we talk 2010's "film" THE BUNNY GAME from "director" Adam Rehmeier. A prostitute, who has a bunch of terrible shit happen to her gets picked up by a trucker and then has a bunch more terrible shit happen to her. That's all! Choppy editing, pummeling "brutal" metal, and a barely there script made this an appropriate way to cap off the darkest episode in the history of the show!
All this plus witty banter between friends, glitchy Skype noise, soundboard antics, potential script ideas, Junk Mail, DVD & Blu-ray releases, Nerd News and so much more!
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Hey guys. I know that ghoul is probably out for summer, but if you are ever interested in doing an epilogue, I would recommend Nacho Cerda's Aftermath. While the content of the movie is extremely ghoulish, it's so beautifully made that it's actually worth watching. Plus it's only thirty minutes long. Anyway, good work on another great episode. Keep on kicking ass.ReplyDelete