“August Underground” clearly looks like an amateur home video,but the story is tightly scripted. The gore is truly sickening and the special effects are quite realistic.So if you’re a fan of “Cannibal Holocaust”,”Scrapbook” or “The Untold Story” give this one a look. Recommended only for fans of extreme cinema.
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Who made August underground?
If you know anything about extreme horror, you know the name August Underground. Made for dirt and pennies in the infant 2000s by special effects professor Fred Vogel, it didn’t take long for it to become a juggernaut of extremist horror.
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Is a Serbian film banned in the US?
The film has been banned in at least 46 countries. In the U.S., one minute had to be cut for an NC-17 rating. It is the first and only film to date to receive an R20+ rating in Japan. The film was banned in Norway for sexual representation of children and extreme violence in a fictional medium.
What is the story behind antrum?
Said to be a cursed film from the late 1970s, Antrum examines the horrifying power of storytelling. Refusing to accept that his recently euthanased dog, Maxine, is now burning in the pits of Hell, devastated young Nathan finds himself tormented by constant nightmares and infernal visions.
Is Salo banned in the United States?
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Trailer – August Underground – 2001
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