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Body Melt (remastered widescreen edition)
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Why? Well, the bonus material is obvious... i guess it is just too much trouble for them to get any interviews or anything this time around. Now as far as the Katarina bit, it isn't so much what she did as she was just fine with her usual skits. My problem was they REMOVED the Katarina's Nightmare Theater intro. If you are going to brand something and make it a continuing brand then you do not usually just drop the opening intro sequence. She is a "Horror Host" playing as if this were a show, so removing the classic theater sequence of her is like if Elvira went and cut her intro out and stopped saying, "Unpleasant Dreams..." at the end. The case has also gotten very flimsy, but still maintains the clear plastic and hasn't got the recycle holes cut in it.
The film itself is very good though if i were to nitpick it for anything it may be that there is little for central character build-up. Most of the characters are introduced and killed, with no one to really feel sympathy toward and that is OK since we want that gore. There is however a lack of central character other than the investigating police and our badies. Even Street Trash had a main character and Dead Alive/Braindead had two. So, the film hurts in that respect and makes it less memorable other than the effects and general over the top characters they did create.
I give the movie 4 to 4.5 stars, but overall i was left upset with lack of bonus content and cutting the intro out which is half the reason i buy these and lowered my enjoyment overall so i am now weary of future releases and drop the rating to 3.
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I guess you like it or hate it.I discovered this on vhs at a Blockbuster in the mid 90`s.Yes it helps to understand different cultures sense of humor. Read morePublished on May 13, 2014 by Schizo Kris
Poor special effects, disjointed story. If you're looking for gore watch Peter Jackson's masterpiece or a Tom Sevini movie. Skip this altogether.Published on February 28, 2014 by Susy
im really into body horror movies but i was rather disappointed with this quite short film. yes there are some great gross out horror scenes but the film just didnt satisfy me. Read morePublished on January 31, 2014 by racquel madrid
No plot, bad acting, bad music, just bad. I thought I would check it out because a lot of people gave it 4 and 5 stars, but it was disjointed and poorly made it was hard to watch. Read morePublished on January 4, 2014 by Aaron
This is one of those hidden gems that display the nastiness of death yet keeping a flavorful humor about it. It's cheap, cheesy but NOT bad in the execution of it. Read morePublished on November 3, 2013 by Azazm333
I knew this movie was going to be stupid by way the film was rolling in the awful sound of the music that was playing. Read morePublished on October 19, 2013 by green eyed babe
I am not a huge fan of this movie. Its just too goofy and silly for my taste. My husband snorts during it, so to each his own. A few fun do-it-yourself type of gory effects though.Published on August 13, 2013 by D. McNamara