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

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

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

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On the one hand, it can suggest the sort of incompetence and ineptitude that you just would not accept from a professional artist. Husband-and-wife Sudanese refugees Bol (Sope Dirisu) and Rial (Wunmi Mosaku) have been through more than most endure in a lifetime.

There is however a lot of residual passionate amateur charm to the fact that Evil Dead inspired someone to go out and make a no-budget, one-man crew knockoff with even fewer resources than him. Many years later, Visual Vengeance — Wild Eye Releasing’s recently launched sister label crafting special edition releases for micro-budget genre films — has given the film its first official North American release. After binging through Halloween, Friday the 13th, and A Nightmare on Elm Street, I soon discovered Sam Raimi’s Evil Dead trilogy. The more methodical pacing allows the sense of unease to unfurl slowly, eventually stripping away any semblance of hope through terrifying spectral encounters and devastating loss.

Clocking in at a mere 62 minutes it's a short affair, which is just as well as the majority of the movie is set inside a single room of a small cramped house. Only, as the prologue reveals, Naoto’s dad had murdered his lover there 30 years earlier in the early ’70s, and buried her corpse beneath the floorboards. Horror fans will enjoy the old-school special effects and cringe at some of the really bad ones, but that is the fun of “so bad they’re good” movies. At around an hour in length, Bloody Muscle Body Builder in Hell doesn’t overstay its welcome, but it also doesn’t really offer much of a storyline. A true horror oddity, Bloody Muscle Body Builder in Hell is worth a watch, especially if you’re a fan of bizarre cinema… and Evil Dead!

As we head into the weekend, here’s a roundup of ten of horror’s most intense, bone-chilling movies.Combining cutting-edge design, illustration and journalism, we’ve been described as being “at the vanguard of the independent publishing movement. He cites Dawn of the Dead as the movie that made him a horror fan, but it was seeing Army of Darkness that inspired him to entertain audiences. It’s about a conjured house and a body builder, there’s no space for more in this hour and two minutes comedy splatter. By the time you've managed to pronounce the fiendishly tongue-twisting title the movie would be half finished.

With the spirit of a murdered woman obsessed with keeping the bodybuilder within the house, it seems that the ghost’s secret may be connected with the bodybuilder’s father. Joined by stoic psychic Mizuguchi ( Masahiro Kai), they head to the allegedly haunted house that belonged to Shinji’s father.

Its first international release came from the UK in 2017, and it has finally made its way to the US in 2022. André Øvredal goes full throttle for the scares in this quiet little chiller that sees a father and son coroner team stumped over the bizarre mysteries contained within the body of an unidentified young woman. There’s the La Casa series in Italy, wherein unrelated movies (including House II and House III, but not the original House! It’s not quite a shot-for-shot recreation, but several major beats are replicated (the lead character even gets to say “Groovy!



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