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When you watch "The ABCs of Death", you're really watching 26 f**ked up short stories that either leave you thinking it was good, or a total piece of crap. About half of these stories are nice and the another half suck. The nice thing about this is that even if while you're watching one and you think it's horrible, it only lasts about 4 minutes, then a entire fresh tale begins. There's a lot of graphic scenes in this gritty film that you might not wish to watch if you have a lite stomach. However, for all the gore loving horror freaks out there, I would definitely tell its worth a see. I'm not sure of I'd ever watch the full thing again, but there are certainly a couple scenes that I would present my friends/family, and re-watch a couple times. Overall I give this film a 5/10. Better than what I thought I would give it before I turned it on.
26 Directors. 26 methods to die. What comes next is 123 mins of WTF which left me feeling like I had done a bucket load of drugs. It started of promising with the clever "A is for Apocalypse" which begins out with a wife mercilessly trying to slay her bed-ridden husband. Has she snapped? Finally had enough? Not at all - it has a bittersweet ending that had me thinking this was going to be a worthy ride. Then I got lost - B & C were either predictable (B) or just nonsensical (C). "D is for Dogfight" brought me back in - very well short with nice lighting and no dialogue saying the storyline whatsoever. "E" details a spider on a revenge point vs the terrible sap who tried to squish him. Then it gets to the first WTF moment - F. I don't really know what to tell about F. But it featured nothing that I would have considered "horror" unless movies about lesbians with fart fetishes terrify you. When we come to G - no clue as to what happened here, I guess it was a film about someone drowning? I don't know.. Our second WTF moment comes in H - let's just tell it details a man-dog being seduced by a Nazi girl cat and then a entire lot of electricity. The detail for the letter I was uninspired. By this mission i'm starting to receive a bit bored - but we're only a several shorts in - there still gotta be plenty more to come - it's got to receive better... hasn't it?Third WTF moment arrives in J (another Japanese segment) .. I don't even know where to begin. K see's the film step into animated zone with the charming cartoon of a turd that just won't flush.. I won't spoil what happens but for the first time, I now laughed. L is when things started to receive serious. A twisted tale that repulsed me by the end. I'm reluctant to tell it's one of the better shorts - but it did receive a powerful reaction from me - so I guess that's a nice thing? M is probably the weakest short across the entire collection, which is disappointing as this is Ti West's detail - and whilst the topics matter is still somewhat taboo today - it was a cheap shot - and i'm curious as to know Ti spent the $5000 dollar budget on. N was other amusing entry - and had me laughing by the blood spattered end. O was other one of those WTF moments... Then we got to P and I have to tell this short upset me - as an animal lover, I found a particular stage of this short difficult to watch. Not a fan. Q took us on a various direction - and was a short in the perspective of the directors of the short, p****ed they have the letter Q and decide to shoot a live duck as part of their segment.. other amusing effort but by this mission in the movie... I have admitted conquer and realised that the occasion to present situation 26 of the greatest and well known horror/sci-fi directors has been fully wasted. I've seen nothing revolutionary or anything various to what we've seen in countless horror films before. Other WTF moment comes in "R" - i'm still not sure I really got what was going on, but it looked like there was a boy who had "film cells" hidden beneath his hideously scarred flesh. I should be wrong, but by this mission - I didn't really care. "S" details junkies and didn't come across as a segment that would really detail in a horror anthology. Nothing particularly horrific about it. "T" I had already seen before - Lee Hardcastle's perfect twisted claymation tale about a man-eating toilet. This is now my favorite short across the entire segment just for it's creativity and wonderful claymation blood n guts - but it's the ending that really wins the points from me. "U" was other uninspired - been there/done that short filmed in a POV perspective. "V" was where it got interesting again. But this was again purely for the fact it took on a finished various style - more sci-fi than horror but very clever. W is other WTF moment which I suppose is appropriate considering the segment is now named "W is WTF" - clearly the directors know what they were doing when it came to producing a segment that would incite the viewer to exclaim loudly "WTF?!" - but that's really all it was - poorly animated, terrible unique results and just as much absurdity as you should possibly squeeze into 6/7 minutes. Not enjoyable at all. "X" was disturbing and probably details the most blood- shed out of all the shorts combined. A sad and graphic storyline about a fat woman who just wants to be thin and takes it to the extreme. "Y" was just... I don't even.. paedophiles, deer-hunting and licking up the sweat of young children off of a gym bench... yeah, tells it all really. Not one I enjoyed watching at all. And finally, other WTF moment courtesy of Japan when we come to "Z"... all you need to know - giant penis with a blade, woman shooting vegetables out of her vagina - close up of tits and a boy ejaculating rice. So when the credits rolled... I really didn't know what to say. My brain had been assaulted by 2 hours of perverse sexual violence, graphic gore and cliché storyline telling. If that's you're thing - well I guess there's a lot you can play - lots of sex, drugs, violence and ridiculous bodily functions. If however, you like your horror with a tiny more intelligence - then I would steer clear of "The ABCs of Death".
A collection of 26 short movies from 26 directors from all over the world, every using a various letter of the alphabet for their theme, The ABCs of Death is an ambitious experiment in horror that, although far too much of a mixed bag to prove wholly entertaining, still offers enough for fanatics of outrageous cinema to enjoy. Whatever your taste in horror, there will most likely be something here to cater for it, and with every segment being an average running length of just 4 minutes, if you don't like the actual tale it's not long before something various comes along.A huge proportion of the movies are either frustratingly low (guilty parties: Adam Wingard, Andrew Traucki, Simon Rumley), utterly perplexing, regrettably mediocre (Angela Bettis, come on down) or just plain terrible (yes, Ti West, I'm looking at you—again!), threatening to create the movie more of an 'Eh?-to-Zzzzzz' of horror than an A-to-Z (yeah, OK, I shoe-horned that line in, but it was too nice to waste!).Thankfully, the nice stuff—the really wild stuff—makes it all worthwhile and then some: Marcel Sarmiento's 'D is for Dogfight' is beautifully shot in slow motion throughout; Xavier Gens' 'X Is for XXL' is wonderfully gory, just as one might imagine from the boy who gave us Frontier(s); Thomas Cappelen Malling's 'H is for Hydro-Electric Diffusion' comes across like a live-action cartoon on crack; 'L is for Libido' is fap-tastically depraved; crude claymation short 'T is for Toilet' may lack the finesse of a Nickname Park film, but is variety gorier; and words cannot do justice to the insanity on display in Yoshihiro Nishimura's 'Z is for Zetsumetsu'.Even if, like me, you only really play (or even understand) a handful of these twisted works of art, The ABCs of Death is a commendable effort and easy worth a couple of hours of any degenerate's time; while I can't see myself watching the entire thing again in a hurry, there are certain chapters that I'm sure I'll revisit many times over in the future.
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