Guinea Pig: Flower of Flesh and Blood
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Guinea Pig: Flower of Flesh and Blood (1985) Rating:
- Raoul = 4 / 10;
- IMDB = 5.0/10.
Guinea Pig: Flower of Flesh and Blood (1985) Synopsis:
Three guys capture a girl and torture her in a multitude of horrible ways.
Late at night, a woman is kidnapped by an unknown assailant and taken back to his blood-spattered dungeon, where he turns her into a “flower of blood and flesh” through a series of dismemberment and evisceration.
Guinea Pig: Flower of Flesh and Blood (1985) Review:
This first film of the Guinea Pig series easily holds its place amongst the sickest films ever made. Actually, it is not a proper movie but just a compilation of torture without a hint of the story to back it up. In the end, this probably the closest you can get to snuff film, without it actually being it.
Everyone watching this repetition of horrible torture will probably wonder, after 15-20 minutes, what the heck is happening and pray that no one catches them watching this weird porn-like video. Some of the torture ideas are actually “well-thought”, some being painful, other gross, or other unwatchable (the bloody needle). The music and the rolling chair ones were the only interesting moment of the film to me.
Camera effects are interesting, but that’s pretty much all there is to that film. I found it actually quite a challenge to watch it until the end because, instead of a film, it seemed to me that I was watching a tutorial video on how to be a good Guantanamo prison torturer. Only for those “extreme film lovers” seeking to push their limits.