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Excision [Blu-ray]


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  • Actors: AnnaLynne McCord, Traci Lords, Roger Bart, Malcom McDowell, Ariel Winter
  • Directors: Richard Bates Jr.
  • Format: Multiple Formats, Blu-ray, NTSC, Widescreen
  • Language: English
  • Subtitles: English, Spanish
  • Dubbed: English
  • Region: Region A/1 (Read more about DVD/Blu-ray formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 2.40:1
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Rated: NR (Not Rated)
  • Studio: ANCHOR BAY
  • DVD Release Date: October 16, 2012
  • Run Time: 81 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 3.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (109 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B008NNY8M2
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #83,118 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)

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Editorial Reviews

A disturbed and delusional high school student with aspirations of a career in medicine goes to extremes to earn the approval of her controlling mother in this twisted coming-of-age shocker. Starring AnnaLynne McCord (The CW's ''90210,'' Transporter 2, Fired Up, FX's ''Nip Tuck'') and
Traci Lords (Blade, Zack & Miri Make a Porno, Cry Baby).

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Overall the acting is spot on, the scenes are well shot and the story was superb.
The Brock Lesnar of Reviewing - The Most Hated
If the point was to underline the huge potential of AnnaLynne McCord as an upcoming talent, then the movie was a complete success and deserves five stars.
zeus
This movie made me cringe in the right way, but making some of the affects so real that I could almost feel some of the things happening.
Iyesha

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46 of 54 people found the following review helpful By jennifer allcorn on December 2, 2012
Format: DVD Verified Purchase
What a wonderfully twisted, dark, demented little flick. I watched a rental of it, but now I WILL be buying my own copy for my movie collection. The psychosexual surgical fantasy sequences are bloody, brutal, graphic, and completely over-the-top. I actually sat up and said, "Whaaat?......" Filled my little black heart with glee and made it excitedly skip a couple of beats, and that rarely happens anymore. Bravo!
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13 of 13 people found the following review helpful By RKOFANT on April 3, 2013
Format: Blu-ray
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This movie is a harsh juxtaposition of violent disturbing scenes and quirky comedy. It is well made and well acted. The violent scenes are very disturbing and surreal. They even made me cringe at times, and I love horror. The violent parts are often (not always) very unique and slick. The movie is constantly lowering your guard through the main story and then abruptly throwing some crazy violent fantasy scene at you. I really liked the main actress and how she portrayed the character as maladjusted but not stupid. In the end I really felt that the movie had merit despite being difficult to watch at times. I think it will just depend on your sense of humor and tolerance for violent imagery.
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12 of 15 people found the following review helpful By Mark Turner on November 13, 2012
Format: DVD
A generation of film makers has been influenced by David Lynch, a director with and artistic touch whose movies were always interesting and always quirky. Unfortunately that same generation missed out on the artistic side and has clung to the quirkiness of his films offering movies that while weird aren't usually entertaining. Until the final moments of EXCISION, that's the case here.

Anna Lynne McCord stars as Pauline, a disillusioned teen who dreams of being a surgeon one day but who has no plans of following what it takes to get there. She refuses to study, does everything in her power to make herself the outsider in her school and for the most part is just plain disagreeable. Pauline is what teens appear to be these days, a young person who dreams of glory and expects it to just happen.

Pauline's mother is completely different. Phyllis (Traci Lords) is a prim and proper home maker. Not quite June Cleaver, but she plans out her dinners, expects her children to eat at the table and not leave until excused and wants what is best for both of her daughters. Pauline's sister suffers from a disease that will eventually require her to have a lung replaced. Due to this ailment she usually gets preferential treatment. Her father is just a fixture in the house, rarely taking sides in any argument except to back his wife when she pushes the issue.

Pauline is a completely unlikable character in this film. Make up has provided her with the typical teenage zits problem, she doesn't comb her hair and she dresses in the drabbest way possible. She's an outsider who wants nothing to do with the other kids at school and the feeling is mutual.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Iyesha on December 26, 2012
Format: Amazon Instant Video Verified Purchase
This movie made me cringe in the right way, but making some of the affects so real that I could almost feel some of the things happening. I think Annalyn did a great job in this movie and I hope she goes far in the industry.
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22 of 31 people found the following review helpful By The Brock Lesnar of Reviewing - The Most Hated on October 14, 2012
Format: DVD
I kept hearing about this movie around the net yet I had never heard of it. I was finally able to watch it and was totally pleased with what I saw yet a little disappointed, let me explain. The film's about a tom boyish teenage girl who is basically a social outcast, she is not pretty (In the film) and is not shy about speaking her mind. She lives with her parents, a mother who is very prissy an uptight and a father who is super laid back an distracted. She also has a younger sister with if I'm not mistaken has a lung disease who is on medication and has a breathing machine to help her at times.

The film moves along through this awkward teens day to day and explores her wants, desires and experimentation's. It also takes us into her wild and twisted dreams every night where we get to see another side of her that gives her a kind of pleasure as seen from her reactions to the dreams when she awakens in the morning. It shows us how one curious misunderstood teen can act out her dreams and desires for what she thinks is her ultimate pleasure even if its hurting the people she loves without meaning to.

It is a rather serious film but comical at times (she has heart to hearts with god whom she doesn't really believe in, which are amusing) and has elements of horror sprinkled in (the dreams and the ending). Overall the acting is spot on, the scenes are well shot and the story was superb. The thing that disappointed me the most about "Excision" was the ending, as in it left more to be desired, I wanted to know what happened next, I wanted more! Those looking for the next diamond in the ruff horror film might be disappointed with "Excision" as its a film with few horror elements in it. It is bizarre, trippy and well put together though, making it a diamond in the ruff for those who love a film experience that differs from the norm.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Paul Donovan on May 9, 2014
Format: Blu-ray
Nine Things about the Movie "Excision" (USA, 2012)

1. This bizarrely perverse movie is part family drama, part comedy, and part... grotesque. I really wasn't sure how to feel about it when it was over.

2. It's about Pauline, a ragingly awkward, mentally disturbed young woman who has orgasms when she dreams about herself and others being mutilated.

3. She lives in a dysfunctional upper-class household. Her younger sister Grace is slowly dying from cystic fibrosis, her mother Phyllis (played wonderfully by ex-porn star Traci Lords) is a frigid, pious bitch who browbeats her husband Bob incessantly.

4. The actress that plays Pauline, AnnaLynne McCord, gives an extremely strong performance here. Simultaneously hard to watch but impossible to look away, and she brings a unique tension to her role that I haven't seen before.

5. Knowing that there is something wrong with Pauline, but not wanting to send her to a real doctor, Phyllis has Pauline go to therapy with a church pastor (when John Waters plays a reverend, you know the movie is weird). This causes everyone to miss the increasingly obvious signs that Pauline is headed for a terrible resolution to her delusional life.

6. Pauline tries to make sense of her life by talking to God, even though she doesn't believe in him.

7. The scene where Pauline loses her virginity is one of the more memorable "first-time" scenes ever put on film.

8. The humor in the film is genuinely funny, but it feels out of place, given the rest of the story. This may be intentional, since it just increases the general sense of awkwardness and unease. The script also has an unorthodox intelligence; some of the details in the movie don't really make sense until several scenes later.
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