Faces of Gore

Faces of Gore

Join our fiendish host, Dr. Vincent Van Gore, as he leads you into the forbidden world of the dead. Only the nastiest car accidents, suicides and murders are here; faithfully and explicitly documented through actual crime scene investigations by police and emergency response teams from around the world. Everything you see is real; nothing has been faked. There are no boring autopsies or old World War II footage. Only the best and bloodiest corpses killed within the past 10 years are good enough to become the FACES OF GORE! If you cannot handle smashed brains, bug-eyed corpses and char-boiled fetuses, then DO NOT WATCH THIS DVD! Nothing you have ever seen before can prepare you for this breakthrough new horror film by TODD TJERSLAND, the Visionary Overlord of American Horror!

  • Rating:
    4.00 out of 5
  • Length:89 minutes
  • Release:1999
  • Language:English
  • Reference:Imdb
  • Keywords:suicide,   corpse,   death,  

Join your fiendish host, Dr. Vincent van Gore, as he leads you into the forbidden world of the dead. Only the most disgusting and horrifying car crashes, suicides and murders are presented.... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Faces of Gore torrent reviews

Petros K (fr) wrote: mia apta idia 16 8 2014

Christopher H (jp) wrote: Complex emotions and deep meanings are Doremus' forte, both of which are highly prevalent in his latest film, "Breathe In", an emotionally challenging study of a family which faces its breaking point after welcoming a beautiful high school foreign exchange student into their home. There are no clear-cut answers as the complexity of human nature is put to the test. By the end of the film, none of the characters are particularly happy, but the emotions felt by the characters as well as the audience are so raw and intense that Doremus is basically capturing lightning in bottle. Nothing captivates me more than an intelligent director willing to make deeper connections.When you sit back and realize what each element means; Megan's jars, Lauren's swing set, the innocent game of Jenga, the true genius of Doremus shines through. Doremus is a director of subtly and profound emotion and to be able to deliver in such a passionate way speaks volumes about the sensitivity and vision of the man pulling the strings. With "Breathe In" proving to be every bit as solid as "Like Crazy", young director Drake Doremus is two for two.

Saffron S (ru) wrote: While some discredit this movie as being sophomoric, I happen to have a rather personal place in my heart for it. Its brash, and loud and pulls no punches - which I love. The primal scream of a heart clawing its way back from the edge. Saturated colours swirl and surround Anna out in the world but - like her apartment - inside her head there's no life or colour. Anna is cannibalized by everyone around her but stops short of being a victim. She abuses herself with everything from cigarettes to sex but stops shy of being a tramp. She is cynical and at times almost as rotten and empty as the monsters around her, but she stops shy of being monstrous herself. Shot in Digital about half a decade before everyone else realized how good digital can be, Diva is a vanguard film in about a dozen different ways. Worth the watch and worth consideration, even if you don't particularly love the subject matter.

James H (mx) wrote: Trashy Italian action film, using faded stars to try and keep it alive and it doesn't work. Badly photographed, uninteresting plot and a pointless movie. Cheap and boring.

tony c (nl) wrote: I'm gonna get my shotgun and make a rug outta that damn thing!

Jessica R (fr) wrote: the costumes, the stars...utterly terrific

Russell G (de) wrote: The writing does not live up to the talent with this one, but the two stars make it mostly appealing. Will Ferrell portrays an ambivalent white collar executive unaware of the corporate corruption around him. He finds himself framed for financial crimes and headed for prison. Knowing nothing about African-American culture offers to pay the black man who cleans his car to help him survive in prison by making him tough. His mentor, played by Kevin Hart, never actually went to jail, but the businessman assumes he has simply because he is black. For a flat one-note concept leaning heavily on racial stereotypes, this gets more mileage than you would think. Kevin Hart's animated delivery and Will Ferrell's naivety and good-natured ignorance are funny. The problem is that this movie struggles to expand beyond the racial stereotypes and prison rape for humor. Some of the best scenes in this movie are when Kevin Hart is at home with his wife and daughter or in his reluctant friendship with Will Ferrell. There is not nearly enough of this organic warm humor in the movie. Some attempts to expand to physical humor fail. It makes an isolated attempt for an outrageous homophobic site gag to change the pace. It is not funny; it is just awkward. When you have two people this funny together, you can keep it simple and reap the rewards. I wish these characters had more to do, because the chemistry of the actors is very good.

Berni E (ca) wrote: Very unusual road trip movie! Some humour, some gore and an unusual story. Called 'Wrecked' here.

Anna C (kr) wrote: Another great Franco's production about a poet, after Howl.

Darrin H (ru) wrote: Pretty good. Has some interesting and unexpected twists.