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Vomit Gore Trilogy

3.9 out of 5 stars 20 customer reviews

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Teenage runaway Angela Aberdeen (Ameara LaVey) has made a pact with Satan in a desperate attempt to escape the trauma and abuse suffered throughout her short life - The Vomit Gore Trilogy is a mind-altering, demonic triptych of events depicting Angela's gruesome and Hellish journey through life and death. In stark and consummate detail, the trilogy represents the travails of the sexually abused, bulimic teenager as she turns to stripping, prostitution and the porn industry for her survival, and is finally consumed by a dark, Satanic, multidimensional underworld of drugs, cruelty, madness, vomit and destruction.

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Product Details

  • Actors: Ameara LaVey, Amy Lee
  • Directors: Lucifer Valentine
  • Format: Box set, Color, Dolby, Full Screen, NTSC, Widescreen
  • Language: English
  • Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Number of discs: 4
  • Rated:
    Unrated
    Not Rated
  • Studio: Unearthed Films
  • DVD Release Date: December 21, 2010
  • Run Time: 212 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 3.9 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (20 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B003ZGJM9Q
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #534,258 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)

Customer Reviews

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Do not buy this movie!!! There is absolutely no storyline whatsoever. The movie is filled with annoying sounds and voices are altered the entire way through, just thinking about it gives me a headache. I like gory and twisted movies like "A Serbian Film" but this was nothing like that. I would actually like to punch the talentless piece of garbage,who made the film, in the face repeatedly for subjecting viewers to such a complete and utter waste of time.

This is the worst movie I have ever seen. Not because it is gory or twisted but because it was such a complete piece of crap. Dont waste your time or money on this hack job that has somehow been categorized as a movie!
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I'm a big fan of most genres of cinema, including extreme cinema. I rather enjoyed Fred Vogels August Underground trilogy, as well as A Serbian Film and Martyrs. The difference between those films and these, ahem, "films" are that the former actually had a plot, and were genuinely well constructed films.
The Vomit Gore Trilogy (what a joke of a name) is the antithesis of such. With every frame the director-whom I refuse to refer to by his name because it just shows he's trying way too hard to be "edgy"-makes it inherently clear that he has virtually no talent or eye for the medium, whatsoever. Pretentious doesn't quite do it justice.
His neatly crafted and blatantly fabricated "backstory" he's made for himself is even more of a joke than this movie.
I've never in my life experienced a single film, let alone three, that were filled with such absolutely vapid material.
Aside from the non-existent plot and lack of any coherent message (whatever, I enjoyed Begotten, although it actually had a message) the trilogy falls flat in any attempt of being even a mediocrely crafted work. There is literally no technical skill to be found or admired within. It's as if an escaped mental patient with a tenuous grasp on how to tie his shoes found a camera, filmed himself puking on a crack whore, and tried to tell people it was art.
Please, save yourself the agony of trying to watch this garbage, watch something with some merit instead, something that's actually well composed and was crafted out of talent.
And to the other reviewers, comparing this festering heap of rotting carcasses to a masterpiece such as Eraserhead is doing Mr.Lynch a grave injustice.
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Nine Things About the Vomit Gore Trilogy

The Vomit Gore Trilogy, despite being three separate movies, is really one 4-hour-long experiment in disgust made by a guy that goes by the name Lucifer Valentine. I have to give it 4 stars, not because I enjoyed it, but for the willingness of everybody in the movies to actually break multiple taboos. There is a story, but it just provides a little bit of structure for what is really an exhibition of rare and extreme sexual fetishes. I will summarize the three movies for you. Technically, there are spoilers here, but trust me when I say it doesn't matter.

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"Slaughtered Vomit Dolls"

1. The movie starts with a sweet little girl on home video, talking about little girl things. Then, the little girl turns into a woman in her late teens. She is talking to someone behind a video camera. I'm pretty sure it's Satan. Really. Anyway, she introduces herself as Angela Aberdeen As she talks, you learn she has been abused. She makes a pact with Satan, and becomes a bulimic, drug-addicted stripper prostitute named Blisters, who says things like "I don't know what's left of me, but you can f*** it if you want". At the end of the movie, she drowns herself in a bathtub (which is apparently how Valentine's sister killed herself in real life).

2. The movie pretty much matches its title. Soon after Angela turns into Blisters, people start getting slaughtered. The first one is a relatively simple gouging of the eyeballs. It gets more graphic and disturbing from there.

Did I mention that Blisters is bulimic? We also get treated to watching her make herself vomit. And this is no "tube taped to her cheek" trick. This is real.

3. About halfway through this film, a man appears.
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These movies manage to make both graphic violence and full frontal nudity boring. Add to that some of the most annoying (not creepy, just annoying) sound design in film history and you are left with literally no reason to buy this. It isn't even worth it for the morbid curiosity, I know because I bought for that exact reason. Don't repeat my mistake. Don't buy this movie.
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My Favorite part of the Vomit Gore films are the covers, i love the cover art and it seems to always suck me in, i got one in the trilogy didn't like it but the art work for the second really had me and i had to get it. Once again i didn't like the film but now i may have to finish the lot.
Now don't get me wrong Lucifer is not with out talent, i also ordered his film "Black Metal Vanes" and i love it its a 5 star piece of voyerism i love it. So I do think Mr Lucifer has talent i guess i am just not into Vomit, i am awaiting his next, i do hope he stays clear of personal obsessions and dose something new.
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