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Cradle Of Fear 2000 NR

3.7 out of 5 stars (62) IMDb 4.4/10

One of the most audacious horror films in recent years, this brutal and shocking anthology takes you on a murderous ride through four crimson-stained stories of savage revenge! Evil has a new name: Kemper, a sickened serial killer and deranged hypnotist now rotting away in an asylum. However, a mere padded cell is not enough to contain the evil as Kemper's satanic servant, "The Man," executes his revenge on the outside world. Mentally-scarred detective Neilson follows the bloody trail in a desperate bid to locate the source of these heinous crimes, but will Kemper get to him first? This outrageous, FX-filled nightmare is not a film for the faint-hearted!

Starring:
Dani Filth, Emily Booth
Runtime:
2 hours, 1 minute

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Product Details

Genres Horror
Director Alex Chandon
Starring Dani Filth, Emily Booth
Supporting actors Stuart Laing, Edmund Dehn, Eileen Daly, Rebecca Eden, Louie Brownsell, David McEwen, Willie Evans, Emma Rice, Melissa Forti, Al Stokes, Barry Lee-Thomas, Sara Kunz, Mark Rathbone, Belinda Harding, Anna Haigh, Neil Keenan, Barnaby Power, Lucille Howe
Studio Egami
MPAA rating NR (Not Rated)
Purchase rights Stream instantly and download to 2 locations Details
Format Amazon Video (streaming online video and digital download)

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I have been collecting horror movies for quite a long time now, and I'm happy to say that London's "Cradle of Fear" is a relentless cult film that will undoubtedly offend conservative viewers and titillate all sex fiends! A must warn you all, however, that this low-budget flick isn't perfect: the film was shot entirely on video and includes alot of soft porn dialogue, amateurish acting, and cheesy gore effects. Still, with enough blood, topless girls, and vomit to spill over the exploitation genre, "Cradle of Fear" can easily make Rob Zombie's "House of 1000 Corpses" look tame. And of course, rock screecher Dani Filth is given his first starring role. What I can say in absolute confidence is that this anthology is a black metal blood feast guaranteed to satisfy every occultist's desire for the terminally sick!
Kemper (David McEwan), a crazed child murderer and Satanic hypnotist, is imprisoned within the concrete walls of Fenham Asylum. Despite this, he calls upon his own son and follower, "The Man" (Dani Filth), to wreck havoc on society by painting the streets with blood and death. "The Man," by the way, is sort of like "The Crow," except he has supernatural powers and an insatiable lust for killing. Meanwhile, an embittered Detective Neilson (Edmund Dehn) is forced to investigate the crimes. As each twisted tale unfolds, Neilson becomes hellbent on destroying Kemper by any means necessary.
Story #1: Melanie (Emily Bouffante) is a sexy Goth chick who meets "The Man" in a rave club. Anticipating a hot night of passion and drugs, Mel gets more than she bargains for as her partner gives her a monstrous one-night stand.
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OK, I am a COF fan so I may be a bit biased, but this is a pretty good(and gory as hell) film that will fit into your horror collection nicely. Taking a cue from "Creepshow", it follows 4 different stories that all have one basic connection, that being "the man"(Dani Filth). Apparently all of the stories victims have relatives that have imprisoned some crazy child murderer so to extract his revenge he calls upon the man - chaos and carnage ensue.
While this is low budget, it is far from the junk I have spent my money on in the past. I mean it's uncanny - the plot makes sense! It's not boring! The F/X are well done! It doesn't pull any punches either!
I wish Hollywood would take a cue from this movie and start making horror movies with umm, "round things" again.
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Cradle of Fear is a movie of its own. It may not be shot on film but the movie itself makes up for it. Alex spat down a great story that has plenty of twists and turns followed by huge blasts of crimson and body parts. The movie basically is told by the sick and metally twisted Kemper, a child murderer and eater (You can see him in Cradle Of Filth's "Her Ghost In The Fog" video) and how he uses his demonic friend the Man (Non-Other than Dani Davey/Filth himself) to get back on those related to and those who acturally had him incarcirated to a padded room in a huge insane asylum. Chopped full of gore and skin to satisfy even those who crave old 80s horror films.
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I own this movie on VHS I got it from a friend of mine who is a bigger CoF fan then i am (he gave it too me cause he got the DVD). After the first time i watched it i fell inlove with it. This is a GREAT movie if you HATE alot of the new stuff that Hollywood has been putting out that is all cheesy and nothing good to it like horror flicks use to be. This is Full Frontal Gore. If you LOVE violence and b-movie graphics then this is the movie for you to get. So sit back with a big bowel of popcorn and a tall beer, and hell even a Joint and enjoy the non-stop violence this will give you the dose of!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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several things about this movie...if you are not a die hard cof, fan there's a good chance you wont like this. Alex chandon has worked with them several times on videos such as her ghost in the fog, from cradle to enslave, and has helped in other videos, and dvds. I loved this particularly for the all around underground feeling to it. If you are interested in it: "dont have pre-assumptions about it, keep up with cradle of filth, and alex chandon". That would be my advice to any one thinking about buying this movie.
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First of all i'm going to say...this movie flat out rules! If you like Cradle of Filth, you must own this, along with all of their 3 official DVD workings.(Those being Heavy Left Handed and Candid, Pandaemonaeon, and Cradle of Fear.)
Cradle of Fear, the simply put title for this bloodbath of macabre horror, is a B-movie constructed by director Alex Chandon (whom also directed From the Cradle to Enslave, [Cradle of Filth's first promotional music video.] Pervirella, Bad Karma..etc.) and a well constructed B-movie it is.
As the DVD package indicates, this movie has "enough blood and guts to satisfy even the most terminal gorehounds." If you're squeemish, don't like the sight of violence and blood and gore, or can't stand Cradle of Filth...forget this movie, its brilliance isn't for you.
But for those of you whom are hungry to see Dani Filth go at it with his Sadistic mind and his ever so sharp and sweet looking Finger Armor...get this DVD, it's great!
The movie consists of 4 stories, revolving around the ex-child rapist/cannibal/hypnotist, Kemper. The movie is basically about him getting revenge upon those whom had him thrown in the Insane Asylum. He does this through "The Man" played by none other than Dani Filth. So as indicated, Dani (The Man) literally has all these people destroyed..in seriously violent ways.
I'm not going to give anything away as to how or why, anymore..but just know, this movie is seriously violent when it comes to Dani Filth killing people.
The movie lacks in graphics and acting...those are its only flaws. While yes theres ALOT OF F**KING GORE in the movie, there lacks alot of realism. You can tell alot of it is fake, but remember, this IS a B-movie (movie with a low budget, for those whom didn't know what a B-movie was.
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