Oh my…

From the director of Audition and Dead Or Alive:

In other news, i saw Freddy Vs. Jason last night. On VCD. Muahaha. How great is that? The movie just came out like 2 days ago. And it’s already on VCD! Haha. You wily Asian pirates. You so fast! You so good! Bootleg some more yes please!

By the way, i’d just like to say that the Ginger Snaps girl (whatever her name is) that’s in the movie, didn’t really do that nude shower scene. I smell body double.

radish01001: wow ichi the killer looks like family fun!
psykotik2k: ya!
psykotik2k: slicing off nipples is fun!

10 thoughts on “Oh my…

  1. That was disturbing, and yet so very disturbing. I think the director of Audition and Dead or Alive needs some serious help.

    Oh and does it really matter which naked chick you see. As long as i see some titties then it doesn’t matter which.

    #1 | Comment by James — August 17, 2003 @ 3:05 pm

  2. Oh and first comment.

    #2 | Comment by James — August 17, 2003 @ 3:06 pm

  3. That’s fucking sick. I exited out of the trailer as soon as I realized it was going to make me sick, but I didn’t do it quick enough.

    I got all the way up to spike through the mouth guy.

    That and the nipple-sliced off chick isn’t leaving my head for a while.

    And, as I try to do with everything in life, I end with a Sally Struthers quote.

    "If a man is pictured chopping off a woman’s breast, it only gets an R rating, but if, God forbid, a man is pictured kissing a woman’s breast, it gets an X rating. Why is violence more acceptable than tenderness?"

    #3 | Comment by Amy — August 17, 2003 @ 3:45 pm

  4. ho ho ho. remember this name: takashi miike.

    if you thought audition, dead or alive or ichi the killer was bad, wait till you hear about visitor q. while not as gory as ichi the killer, it’s probably even more disturbing than audition (and believe me, audition is VERY VERY VERY disturbing)

    here’s an excerpt from this review:

    "Dead or Alive and Audition were only the beginning of Takashi Miike’s attempts at cinematic transgression. Anyone who was disturbed by the imagery of these two widely acclaimed and reviled films should refrain from watching Visitor Q, a hilarious and thoroughly deranged take on the family unit.

    Visitor Q opens with a bedroom scene between a middle aged man and a teenage girl. It’s an enjou kousai (paid companionship) situation all too familiar from such films as Masato Harada’s Bounce Ko Gals (1997), but it moves into a different realm entirely when companionship becomes explicit sex and we realise that these characters are in fact a father and daughter. The girl is a runaway who has turned to prostitution and dad duly pays her for her time. Not only that, he films the proceedings. Dad is in fact a television reporter with a particular fascination for the subject of ‘young people today’. This fascination and his naïvely intrepid, hands-on reporting style have gotten him into trouble before, and now it leads him into having sex with his own estranged daughter in an anonymous hotel room, where he at first only came to interview her about her activities. The scene starts ominously. The girl looks straight into the camera he’s holding. "So you want to know about today’s teenagers? " she asks him rhetorically, "They tell you the future of Japan. That hopeless future." To illustrate her point, she takes off her sweater. In a hopeless world, sitting in a bedroom with your father is nothing more than an opportunity to make some money. Dad protests at first, but several seconds later, his hand comes into frame and touches her between her legs.

    When he returns alone to the family homestead we realise that the opening scene only showed the tip of the iceberg. The house is in ruins, the subject of nighttime raids with fireworks by the son’s bullying classmates. But the devastation is also caused by the fights that regularly go on between son and mother. The son, unable to cope with the anger and humiliation he experiences at school, terrorises, beats and whips his mother, who, limping and covered in bruises, tries to find solace and relief in heroin but has to turn to prostitution to support this habit."

    How do you like them apples?

    #4 | Comment by Justin — August 17, 2003 @ 4:16 pm

  5. ok. This movie looks great. I hafta see it now. I have a thing for blood and gore movies. And I now need to see this…Ichi The Killer movie. Yay! I need to find a movie that will make me puke my brains out.

    Pirate the movies!

    #5 | Comment by kinkiekitten — August 17, 2003 @ 4:22 pm

  6. Hahaha, that movie looks freakin’ funny! I like the part when the guys face is sliding down the wall…ahahahahahaaaa!!

    #6 | Comment by Bubba — August 17, 2003 @ 5:33 pm

  7. wow talk about a nipple slip..

    #7 | Comment by WP_LeGeNd — August 17, 2003 @ 5:42 pm

  8. Oh, and after watching the trailer a bunch of times, it keeps getting funnier. The guy’s face that’s sliding down the wall, with the eyeballs still in it, and you can’t see the wall through the mouth…cheesy. The stretchy face guy is pretty funny too….also very cheesy. Then you have the guy that gets his head split in half….wow….so very VERY cheesy. I might have to pick this movie up if it ever comes out on DVD.

    #8 | Comment by Bubba — August 17, 2003 @ 5:57 pm

  9. after seeing the trailer I decided to download the movie… 18 hours to go… 🙁

    #9 | Comment by WP_leGeNd — August 17, 2003 @ 7:43 pm

  10. THatwas……the most bloogiest movie i’ve ever seen o_0. ……….COOL!^_^

    #10 | Comment by Barlow — August 18, 2003 @ 1:26 am

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