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Guided by identical twin demon spirits, The Black Angels of Hell, we see the diabolical depiction of the alternate-parallel dimension of the simultaneous suicide deaths of Kurt Cobain and bulimic porn star Angela Aberdeen, as seen through the mental activity of Angela's journey toward brain death as a result of her self-inflicted death by drowning.
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Morbid Director Lucifer Valentine ups the evil ante from his first twisted, mind-numbing cinematic display of unconscionable filth. This starts right where Slaughtered Vomit Dolls left off. Prepare to have your senses shredded.
Bulimic porn star Angela Aberdeen drowned herself in the tub, and now her soul goes spiraling through a demented dimension toward hell. She gets the nightmarish tour guide by two demonic twin sisters, who are conjoined at the head. They are seperated in extremely grisly fashion, and we get the barf-inducing delight of seeing some gruesome bubbling brain and blood splatter. Sick stuff! Some impressive special effects, I must say.
This horrendous journey is very surreal, as we are subjected to more heinous acts of violence and depravity. It might actually be filmed on location in Hell, or somewhere close. There is plenty of full frontal nudity to go with the overload of bloody intestinal shock treatment. Not for the quasi-gorehound.
This might have received a 5 star rating from me, except this has too damn many vomitting shots. I know it's the Vomit Gore Trilogy, but c'mon! After the first dozen episodes of regurgitating grossness, it starts to lose its charm. Lucifer knows absolutely no mercy.
PLEASE NOTE--this has possibly The most shocking, unfathomable, relentless, most disturbing scene ever caught on camera. You will be rewinding, or possibly immediately going comatose. Worth the price and the suffering just for this quick scene. I am still trying to mentally recover and figure out how it was caught on film. True evil genius.
Also, this has pretty much nothing to do with Kurt Cobain, other than the fact it was a simultaneous suicide. There is a little tribute to the singer at the end. Still, despite this marketing gimmick, this film is must-see stuff for the seasoned gorehound. Slightly more coherent than Slaughtered Vomit Dolls (which isn't saying much), this is a bizarre, frightening, and unique descent into Satan's realm.
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