body horror


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body horror

n
(Film) a horror film genre in which the main feature is the graphically depicted destruction or degeneration of a human body or bodies
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There are a few things we've come to expect from Quentin Tarantino borderline body horror gore and guts, his iconic "written and directed by" credit, a chaotic hand of justice, and an undercurrent of Tarantino's own consistently eccentric psychology, to put it mildly.
One minute you're watching something about cello players, then it becomes a gory body horror film, then it becomes a crude revenge tale, then it's a widely inappropriate social issues drama.
Last month, Netflix released a gory body horror and psychological thriller known as "The Perfection", and it is making most of the viewers who watch it extremely uncomfortable and queasy.
(3) It contains elements of body horror, of regular horror.
To Xavier Aldana Reyes, for example, body horror is very much a gothic motif.
Combining elements of crime capers, body horror, comedy, music videos, classic noir, and superhero stories, "Juda" is actually sort of indescribable -- one of the most original things I've seen on TV.
Isn't he that living filmmaker who intertwines the psychological with the physical, who happens to be the pioneer of what is called the body horror genre?
All three floors of the Deaf Institute will host DJs for the event, including Chew Disco, Moist Girls Collective and Body Horror. ?
Alas the plot is a bit hit and miss, tonally all over the place -- one minute cringy goofy humour, the next, mildly icky body horror and then, just when hope seems lost - there are the violent action scenes - where the film shines best.
Having often been critical of the frequently formulaic filmmaking of Marvel movies, it would be disingenuous of me to not appreciate the more freewheeling and slapdash jumble of "Venom." It's not every movie that tries, however awkwardly, to marry ghoulish body horror with a goofball buddy comedy that happens to take place in the same body.
Having often been critical of the frequently formulaic filmmaking of Marvel movies, it would be disingenuous of me to not appreciate the more freewheeling and slapdash jumble of 'Venom.' It's not every movie that tries, however awkwardly, to marry ghoulish body horror with a goofball buddy comedy that happens to take place in the same body.
Following his invasive procedure - which is classic, Cronenberg-like body horror - Grey has no control over his limbs and literally hears voices in his head; in turns terrifying and exciting for his crusade for revenge.