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Final Flesh

4.1 out of 5 stars 14 customer reviews

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NEW from Vernon Chatman, a co-creator of some of this millennium s most outre cable television programming (Wonder Showzen, Xavier: Renegade Angel and yeah Doggy Fizzle Televizzle - !) is a DVD destined to change the way we look at entertainment, pornography and probably the legal system. Final Flesh is a feature film produced in four parts: the script written by Vernon was divided up and submitted to four unique film production companies that work exclusively in the field of customized adult content. The companies shared charter is to produce a film that explores the writer s chosen fetish and with this in mind, Vernon wrote with demented determination, in order to push the definition of fetish into the realm of the cosmically absurd. Then he sat back to see what his charges would deliver. The resulting film is an epic narrative for our time. Final Flesh is a surreal, apocalyptic My Dinner With Andre in other words, existential, sublime and ridiculous, featuring unmistakeably porno production values and shudderingly unseasoned porno actors and actresses but no actual sex! Chatman s sexworker hirelings applied themselves earnestly to his cerebral text (never suspecting the prank nature of the project). Working in complete isolation from each other, they made Final Flesh a cinematic exquisite corpse whose fervid rottings comprise an insurgency in the field of...well, all the fields that involve people looking at other people for entertainment. Final Flesh isn t just a meta-comedic concept whose time has come it s also a hot evening s entertainment filled with religion, sex, philosophy, fashion, culture and reality (with all the pathos that implies), plus some really amazing dialogue. Few will sit the fence on this. Few should. Final Flesh is a confrontation and a contradiction that deserves its day in (kangaroo) court. Fortunately, it s the way of the world that the curious and easily influenced will be drawn into the web that is Final Flesh, whether they like it or not thus dissolving its concepts of avant-garde porn and comedy into the unsuspecting mainstream, where their questionable merits will have the desired evolutionary impact. If your spirit is willing the Flesh will freak you!

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Product Details

  • Actors: Final Flesh
  • Directors: Vernon Chatman
  • Format: Multiple Formats, Color, NTSC
  • Language: English
  • Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.33:1
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Rated:
    NR
    Not Rated
  • Studio: Drag City
  • DVD Release Date: November 17, 2009
  • Run Time: 71 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.1 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (14 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B002RFX9Y0
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #55,785 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)

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Vernon Chatman, you are a crazy man but I love ya. If you don't know what this is, GOOD. If you DO know what this is, EVEN SLIGHTLY BETTER. This is a porno for people who have never seen daylight before. This is a horror film for people who love film and watch it religiously. For those who kinda don't give a hoot about what is technically a "movie", this is for you. It's like ok you know when you walk in on your mom in the bathroom and she's like "Get out I'm pooping" and there's that brief moment where you linger and it's like "ugh why am I watching my mom poop" but you can't stop. You won't stop. It's kinda like exactly that. This movie embodies all the seven sins. 1) Shame, mostly. 2) Fear 3)Corruption I can't think of the others because I don't really know them all by heart and I don't google stuff cos I'm smarter than that. Anyways, buy the film if you have friends who are porn/regular film aficionados and you'd like to trick them. This is a good gag gift for any elderly folks. Buy it for your dad and watch the film and pleasure yourselves together. But don't perform incest... That's your dad! :+)
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If you're reading this, chances are you're a big enough fan of Wonder Showzen and Xavier: Renegade Angel to seek out more from one of the beautifully diseased minds behind them. Perhaps the Tobasco-sauce-tongue-burning-taste-bud-obliterating brilliance of those shows ruined all other TV eye-food for you and now you wake up screaming in the middle of the night, haunted by the muddy taste of mediocrity. What oh what will wash the grimy gunk from your gums and finagle your uvula with the fierce flavor you've come to favor?

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).
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By Adam Saint on February 21, 2010
This is one of the greatest examples of comic surrealism I have ever encountered. There's a back story that makes this truly brilliant: Chatman and Lee contacted a production company who makes custom porn for fetishists or whatever your particular kink may be. Much like the old 'song poem' phenomenon, for a fee they will cast, produce and edit any porn script you send them. Chatman and Lee push the limits of this premise by having these committed, though I would imagine jaded, folks do a 'porn' they've written with a post-apocalyptic, Dadaist, surrealist setting and 'plot.' It is hilariously weird and discomforting from start to finish. Chatman and Lee have done it yet again - created yet more comedy with a unique and daring voice that is all their own.
Truly, this is a bizarre and brilliant piece of work.
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there is no negative stars but PLEASE don't waste your time and money on this ugliness. I love camp, I am a fan of John Waters' films, so gross-out sexual scenarios are ... at least familiar to me if not quite to my taste. I bought this because i thought it might be interesting and experimental--what it is is lame, so badly acted that it just can't be funny, ugly, stupid an irredeemable on any level.
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As long as you're prepared for mind expansion at the cost of dropping your previous expectations of intelligent communication for a level that feels lower but actually elevates much higher than present state I conclude that you shall be just fine. This show is madness. It is absurd. It is sad and too real. It's about sex. It's about pigheadedness. It's about you and me and the social violence we enact daily all for the sake of feeling better about ourselves. It doesn't matter what you wear, it's pointless how much money you make, the drugs you've taken or places you've been are null in value. Accept. Believe. Be free.
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Bought and hand a blind 1st viewing after a friend recommended it to me and 1) this movie is on another level of cosmically horrifying 2) I am honestly SO GLAD I watched this movie 3) I gave my copy to a different friend because I never want to watch it again

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.
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By LiquidChi on January 14, 2013
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I've become a fan of PFFR. I love Wondershowzen, Xavier, Renegade Angel, Delocated, and Heart She Holler. All of the humor produced by this company has been off the wall and thought provoking. But, I found it really difficult to get into Final Flesh. Supposedly, this is surreal humor designed for intellectuals to laugh AT the actual porn stars in the "movie" as they struggle to act or parrot their lines. The dialog primarily consists of pseudo psycho-sexual blather, the oppressiveness of money and the government, musings about God, dreams, the finality of this mortal coil, and the nature of the soul. Visual symbolism, within the first 10 minutes, seems contrived, and as the movie drags on, becomes utterly confusing as it becomes apparent that the film makers are in love with their own message. Perhaps it's an inside joke? Perhaps I just don't get it. But, regardless, I shall keep this DVD next to my other PFFR offerings and impatiently wait for Delocated, season 3.
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