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Death Scenes I, II, III (1989/92/93) [+extras]

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filminfo


safeinheaven from IMDb wrote:

MAGNIFICENT: A Great, SICK, and DISGUSTING Archive of gruesome crimes

I love them (Death Scenes 1, 2, and 3) although the last half hour of one of them feels like the video-maker let an accident video run w/o pressing the fast-forward button. but its pretty sick (all three), one has a scrapbook of ugly, gruesome, and sick crime scenes: this one picture is of an undercover detective with his throat cut, the dude didn't even have time to spit out his cigarette or take his hands out of his pockets then there are the obligatory Manson murders in parts 2 and 3 (you can't watch only one part really)and the awesome Twilight Zone Accident in part 2 (I think a dual-layer DVD with all three death scenes is n order). part three has that Transylvanian dude and his wife getting blown away by firing squad. these aren't spoilers . . . there's no plot to be spoiled here . . . just , brutal, ugly death . . .



and this one made me lol:

skin-and-bones from IMDb wrote:

Made Strictly For The Kinds Of People Who Like Looking At The Aftermath Of Horrific Car Accidents A Little Too Much

"Death Scenes: Volume 1" was the first of the so-called "shockumentaries" or "mondo death films" as they're sometimes called that I ever watched; and lordy I wish that it had been the last and only one that I ever chose to view...unfortunately it wasn't! Complete with an ominous and appropriately foreboding narration by late Church of Satan minister Anton Lavey (he was an absolute walking human-cartoon if you know anything at all about him that is), the vast majority of what we are shown here is old crime scene photos taken by the L.A. police department circa the 1940's and 1950's (the golden age of Hollywood as they call it) with a number of them being well-known enough that I can actually say that I've seen a few of the exact same ones featured on a History Channel documentary or two as well...yep, they're not quite as obscure as one might think.

Anyhow, this flick and movies of similar ilk (like "Death Scenes 2", "Traces of Death" and so on) are not the kind of film's that I would ever in a million years recommend to anyone else. They are not entertaining, educational, funny, fascinating or anything even close to it! What they are above all else is disgusting, depraved, vile, stomach-churning, horrific and worst of all exploitive! Yes, they are indeed exploitive in that the producers of this flick never take into consideration that what they are viewing in the photographs were once human beings (regardless of how they died and may appear in the pictures). It took watching this movie and another couple of similar ones to knock me to my senses to see exactly what these producers were doing other than pandering to the sickos of the world; they were exploiting human suffering for the purpose of entertainment!

One has just got to wonder if this kind of thing is actually legal here in the U.S.? I kind of have my doubts to be honest here. Anyway, I apologize for making this review seem like a lecture because that wasn't my intention at all! I just thought I'd offer my two cents (as it's said) about what I think of such films as this one, and to simply lament about the fact that I wish I had had the good sense and decency at the time in my life when I watched this film to have just avoided picking it up altogether! Instead my curiosity got the better of me and as a result my fragile psyche has most certainly NOT been all the better for ever watching this rot! (Turkey-Zero Stars)



Starring: fuckloads of dead folk

Directors: Nick Bougas & F.B. Vincenzo

Year: 1989/92/93


                               
subtitles


The film is in English with no subs.


                               
extras


Extras include trailers for each volume of the series, as well as a short three-part interview with Anton LaVey (who also does the narration for the films themselves).


                               
notes


As stated above, these rips are sourced from the Anthem Pictures R1 DVD releases (though the DVDs are obviously themselves sourced from VHS, you can see a noise bar at the bottom throughout the videos). From what I've heard, however, these DVD releases are inexplicably significantly different from the original Wavelength Video VHS releases of this series. Scenes have apparently been taken out, rearranged, and otherwise modified.

So if anyone has the original Wavelength VHS copies (or bootlegs thereof) please upload them!


And as always, I'm a total n00b at ripping shit, so if you have any suggestions for how I can make better rips, let's hear 'em!

Please do share this film on other trackers, usenet, ed2k, and everywhere else. Share the rare!

                               
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Thanks to Garfil for the rips and announce.
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