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A Serbian Film (2010): It’s Fucking Art!

A Serbian Film (2010): It’s Fucking Art!

In a desensitized world when shock truly does have value, along comes A Serbian Film, and here we are 8 years later still discussing it and reeling from the controversy. It’s a film that has ruined a lot of other films for me, making them seem colorless by comparison.

A Serbian Film (2010)

If, like me, you’re a fan of A Serbian Film, then you know it’s not something you admit to just anyone or casually discuss at family dinner. I used to find myself constantly on the defense regarding my love of this film, but now I refuse to be. I no longer justify why I like it or why it’s my second favorite movie of all time; I defend the movie itself. Before I get into the reasons why, let’s just quickly go over the movie’s plot and content for those who may not have watched it yet.

Milos, a semi-retired porn star, is struggling to provide for his wife and young son. When Milos’ former co-star comes by and offers him a role in an “art film” being made by a visionary and promising new director, it seems like his troubles are over. So far everything sounds pretty tame, right? Let’s fast forward to after the shooting of the “art film” starts and watch as it begins a downward spiral into depravity that would make the Marquis de Sade blush.

A Serbian Film (2010)

The areas causing the most controversy are the film’s depiction of child abuse, forcing a minor to watch a sexual act, raping a newborn, and raping a child. There are many other graphic, sexually violent scenes, but the aforementioned really get the censors riled up. For these reasons, the film has been heavily edited and banned in many countries, making an uncut copy somewhat difficult to find. Fear not, however, as Unearthed is releasing an uncut version with tons of extras and a much-anticipated documentary on the film.

Now back to my defense of the movie. It’s often assumed that I will use the same political defense the director Srdjan Spasojevic claims. Spasojevic insists he spent years trying to perfectly put on film how it felt to grow up in the midst of a very chaotic time in Serbia. He states that the infant rape and necrophilia show how the government rapes its citizens from birth until after death. Spasojevic also states, “this is a diary of our own molestation by the Serbian government”. Although these are not the reasons why I support the film, they were successful in getting me to investigate a little further into Serbian politics.

A Serbian Film (2010)

I personally don’t use the political pretense to justify this movie, and quite frankly I call bullshit. I believe Spasojevic wanted to make a shocking movie and once the backlash came, he used his carefully prepared political statement as a defense. I defend this movie simply because it’s art. Art that makes you really feel something, be it shock, anger, disgust, or horror, forces you to put down the fucking phone and watch. It makes you feel genuine emotions, powerful ones. For that reason alone, A Serbian Film is worth defending and remains one of the most engaging cinematic experiences of my life. I applaud it for pushing boundaries I didn’t even know I had.

A Serbian Film (2010)

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GENRE REVIEW: Naughty Horror

Horror Porn Parodies of Your Favorite Horror Films!

By John Roisland

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Feeling a little...naughty this Halloween season? Wanting something different to watch other than the usual slasher movies? Looking for something ... different in your trick or treat bag this year? Well with thanks to such wholesome production companies as Loaded Digital Releases, Burning Angel, Smash Pictures, Caballero and probably hundreds more, you can now have the best of both worlds in, naughty horror - HORROR-PORN PARODIES!

This great little entertainment invention is fun for the entire family (18 and older)! In the mid to late 80s, horror movies made a huge impact on the entertainment world. On Friday and Saturday nights , young couples flooded the theaters to be scared and entertained for a few bucks on their weekly dates. The adult industry took notice and wanted to cash in on the new found horror goers... as well as give these couples a new "happy ending" to their movies!

Many of the films simply put their actors in a known horror movie mask that resembles the main character of the film they are trying to (or supposedly trying to) portray. They wave a knife in the face of a half naked woman, she screams, then they go at it. Then there are directors like Rob Rotten, who has brought to life such titles as Porn of the Dead and The Texas Dildo Massacre, to the viewing public. Rob actually brought audiences a movie. A true horror-porn movie. His films actually use real sets, actors, props, and make up/special FX that are better than some I've seen in some actual horror films. For example, in one film a zombie woman goes down on a man and at one point eats his junk - IT DID NOT LOOK FAKE!

Then there are movies that have a more comedic horror bent, such as Edward Penishands and Re-Penetrator, which give their audiences a less serious approach to the combination horror/porn than Rob Rotten gave his. These horror-comedy-porn movies were also on what seems to be smaller budgets and are seemingly more seductive through the comedic aspect.

evilhead1images (6)Love it or hate it, the adult film industry has been one of the largest money making venture in world for many years now! And joining the bandwagon of another huge money maker was just more dollar signs!

The number of this horror parody porn movies to me is unknown; I'm guessing in the thousands. Regardless, they are what they are, porn with a horror theme. Keeping up with the times, these little private time beauties have evolved with the times, from VHS to DVD and, yes, even Blu-ray. Now , I'm pretty sure that all you techie pervs can most likely find all these available for personal viewing pleasures on all your hand held (no pun intended) electronic devices. Don't expect to pay the cheap prices you might find in the Walmart $5 bin. I've seen some titles, especially the vintage films, being sold in the hundred dollar range.

But if you have a few extra dollars to spend on entertainment for you and your lover (or just on yourself), there are many great titles for you to choose from, including Friday the 69th , A Nightmare on Dyke Street, I Know Who You Did Last Summer, Evil Head, A Wet Dream on Elm Street, and The Human Sexipede...just to name a few.

No matter what you watch, no matter what the rating is, from PG to R , enjoy your movie, and if it's XXX,... then enjoy yourself...you little sinner!

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