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(Nov 17, 2009)
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Here we have a final solution, or at least one for about 80 minutes. Vernon Chatman's experiment pays off big, as we're presented with 4 segments of the most bizarrely absurd proportions ("Are we just some fleeting thought in your cold brain, Lord??"). An amateur starlet sexily bathes in the "tears of neglected children," and things just get better from there. If you're a fan of PFFR, whom I hope we see much, much more from, you need to see this like the hemorrhaging economy needs a band-aid (badly).
Truly, this is a bizarre and brilliant piece of work.
Essentially the guys behind Wondershowzen wrote some scripts on what seems like all the drugs (seriously, they make no linguistic sense), gave them to companies who will direct any porn script you send them, and this is the result. SO NSFW IT'S NOT EVEN FUNNY.
It's just so far from anything resembling this plane of reality, I hate the movie but I can't stop thinking about it.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Great in theory, in practice? Meh. Better variation on the same theme is Chatman's book, Mindsploitation. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Kevin G. Flynn
Weird wonderful and truly entertaining. This weird little film seems to of been made with no money but that is fine, it is rough around the edges but that also is fun. Read morePublished 20 months ago by William Cate
To be fair, no one is. Final Flesh is the apocalyptic nightmare become real. It is the sexual advances of 300 years of sorrow and guilt wrapped into a taco-shell enigma, topped... Read morePublished on June 2, 2013 by Adrian B
This movie is never ending and funny as hell. For stoners who like to use their brains and dislike social norms and mores. Very low brow yet somehow incredibly inteligent. Read morePublished on September 13, 2011 by Nihilistgelo
Unless you like renegade Xavier angel or other pffr productions I would not recommend this. Or if you want to creep your friends out for a birthday present go ahead. Read morePublished on July 7, 2010 by Ben C. Hackmann