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Slaves on Dope Release Pork Sword

Indie metal/thrash band Slaves on Dope just dropped the new music video for "Pork Sword" from their album Over the Influence, and it's a loving homage to "Dexter", women, tattoos and torture. In other words, the video is as nasty and gritty as their music.

7th Hunt, The (UK DVD)

Starring Imogen Bailey, Jason Stojanovski, Matthew Charleston, Tasneem Roc, Cassady Maddox Directed by Jon Cohen Distributed by Left Films

Barber Chop (Short, 2011)

Starring Cedric Ido, Hugo Malpeyre, Maud Matton, Frederick Mahe Written and directed by Benoit Boyer

Bedevilled (2010)

Reviewed by Scott A. Johnson Starring Yeong-hie Seo, Seong-won Ji Written and directed by Chul-soo Jang

7 Days (UK DVD)

Reviewed by Gareth Jones Directed by Daniel Grou Starring Claude Legault, Rémy Girard, Martin Dubreuil, Fanny Mallette Distributed by E1 Entertainment

Meat Grinder (UK DVD)

Reviewed by Gareth Jones Starring Mai Charoenpura, Anuway Niwartwong, Wiradit Srimalai Directed by Tiwa Moeithaisong Distributed by 4Digital Media

Shellter Lands its Tenth Film Fest Entry

It's been around six months since we've heard any news about Shellter, which bills itself as "more than a horror film", but today we got news that the flick has landed itself its tenth entry in a film festival.

Shellter - More than a Horror Film?

In this day and age you've got to be leery when a film tries to garner attention as being "more than a horror film", right? Especially when the film's press release also compares it to Saw and Hostel - two very good films but, really, not much more than horror films.

Pain & Suffering Await at Blackwater Farm

God bless the American Film Market website! As next month's AFM continues to take shape, I keep coming across interesting listings for movies we have to look forward to in the year to come. Today's entry is Blackwater Farm, and on this farm the primary crop is torture porn.

Gutterballs (2008)

Reviewed by Johnny Butane Starring Scott Alonzo, Saraphina Bardeaux, Jeremy Beland, Jimmy Blais Directed by Ryan Nicholson