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Pick it up and have a pizza party!
3.5 out of 5
The other film on the DVD is Video Violence 2. Which I did not like at all. The whole thing felt so pointless and didn't really have a plot. The gore effects weren't as impressive either. The scene with the sheriff and his electric chair was the sole highlight in the whole film. At least it only goes for 75 minutes.
1 out of 5
Gary P. Cohen states in the interview that this movie came about after a mother entered the video store where he worked (with a 5 year-old daughter in tow, no less) and rented I DISMEMBER MAMA. The mother asked if it had any nudity, and Cohen said that he didn't know but it had violence. The mother said that as long as it had no nudity, it would be acceptable for kids to watch. (There's a re-enactment of that moment in VIDEO VIOLENCE.) This also adds a satirical element in that it takes on the concerns of most people that violent movies cause people to commit violent acts. (The "Pizza Boy" scene in VIDEO VIOLENCE 2 furthers this point.) If one were to remake VIDEO VIOLENCE, it would make for an interesting satire on the Internet era and how people are affected by it.
this brought back a whole S-load of memories of my childhood during the D.O.I.= dacade of innocence and knee-jerk neighbor's whom we kept as friends because...those-were-the-days when i grew up in azusa california and i soooo sorely miss'em and want them back, all the pleasure, pain, warts 'n' all!
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got to my house in a reasonable amount of time. the dvd was completely sealed showing it has yet to be opened, highly impressive. my boyfriend is going to love it :)Published 23 months ago by Omar Larson
Utterly ridiculous movie! I am not a huge fan of violence, and now I definitely am not! I cannot stress enough, bad movie!Published on September 5, 2013 by picassoette
I've never heard of these movies until I saw a guy that goes by the name, "Coolduder", and I just had to have it. Read morePublished on July 1, 2010 by Matthew Rickard