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Horror Film Review: Guinea Pig Series Flowers of Flesh and Blood (1985)

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The series achieved global notoriety mostly for the first two films as the producer needed to prove that nobody was actually hurt or murdered. The producer Hideshi Hino 's original concept was to create a film adaptation of his manga work.

The Guinea Pig films (??????, Gini Piggu) are a series of six controversial Japanese horror Sheen then watched Flowers of Flesh and Blood and, mistaking it for a genuine snuff film, contacted the FBI to report it. . In spite of its name ("Guinea Pig - The Complete Series"), the set did not include Slaughter Special.
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The second video, Za ginipiggu 2: Chiniku no hana is said to be based on a snuff film sent to the director Hideshi Hino by a crazed fan.
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For many critics and movie-lovers great filmmakers can be separated into one of two groups: Hollywood directors who make great, artful cinema for a popular audience despite commercial demands Coppola, Kubrick, Malick , and the art-house cinemaphiles whose best work neither appeals to a common sensibility nor tries to Deren, Anger, Vertov, David Lynch often. Hideshi Hino belongs to the latter group, but most of his colleagues would probably hesitate to count him among their ranks. Like Deodato, Hino was the subject of a police inquiry because his work was too violent and way too real to be the work of a sane man. When American and Japanese investigators watched his seminal psuedo-snuff masterpiece Guinea Pig 2: Flowers of Flesh and Blood they were convinced the on-screen violence was real. And you can hardly blame them: the movie itself purports to be an actual snuff film sent to Hino by a crazed fan. The plot, loose as it is, consists of a florist killing ladies to use their dismembered body parts for floral arrangements.

It also gained significant notoriety in the states back in when Charlie Sheen yes, the Charlie Sheen saw it, was convinced it was a real snuff film and reported it to the FBI. This story became the stuff of urban legend for years and Hino did become the subject of a police investigation because of his work. But despite what some persistent rumors claim, he never actually had to appear in court because of it and revealed years later in a Vice interview that the part about receiving an actual snuff film was a complete fabrication.


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