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Bloody Muscle Body Builder in Hell (AKA The Japanese Evil Dead)

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The isolated setting, the atmosphere, and the endless barrage of frights make this a perfect spooky watch for the weekend. It was self-released with a run of 100 burned DVDs in 2012 followed by official Japanese distribution in 2014.

Bizarre little horror film that, in spite of its incredibly low budget, manages to provide some genuinely artistic moments of horror among the spurting arteries and decapitation. As we head into the weekend, here’s a roundup of ten of horror’s most intense, bone-chilling movies. The movie makes me smile every time I see a homage scene to Evil Dead 2 and how deadpan the characters look when they see how crazy stuff happen but not one time that I think it just a cash-in on the Evil Dead name because the movie doesn't force the slapstick comedy down your throat so when it needs to be tongue in cheek it works and when it needs to be creepy the movie can legit make your heart jump with the distorted Image of the ghost and the old VHS look of the movie. An unexplained accident on their first night in business results in 15 attendees and staff members’ tragic deaths.So cue lots of creative, but cheaply knocked up blood and gore make-up effects and some mildly amusing slapstick moments. Bloody Muscle Body Builder in Hell is currently streaming on Tubi, but if you’re an Evil Dead fan, you’re going to want to possess (pun very much intended) Visual Vengeance’s Blu-ray.

K. detention facility, and have been finally granted an opportunity for housing in their new country. The 103 third parties who use cookies on this service do so for their purposes of displaying and measuring personalized ads, generating audience insights, and developing and improving products. Of course, if you’ve seen more than a couple of horror movies, or even the prologue to this one, you know it isn’t entirely empty.Bloody Muscle Body Builder in Hell is presented in Japanese with subtitles, but they seem to be missing in a couple of scenes, although its easy enough to figure out what’s going on without them. Exklusiv nur bei Cover A (das Artwork stammt übrigens von Graham Humphreys) ist eine handsignierte Autogrammkarte des Regisseurs Shinichi Fukazawa enthalten.

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