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Nekromantik
(1987)
Reviewed by Jason Catanese
Rating: 9.5 Beans

iven the suprisingly high quotient of underground gore movies I've been reviewing lately, it was only a matter of time before necrophilia popped up. That time, boys and girls, is now.

Just because a film involves corpse banging doesn't make it bad right off the bat. I can't think of any good ones, but I'm sure there's a few floating around somewhere. This one is bad. Really bad. It was shot on 8mm film, and the "disturbing" scenes were actually pretty funny, if you ask me(which I wouldn't suggest).

The plot involves a guy who cleans up car accident victims, and brings the corpses home for him and his girlfriend to have sex with. After a threesome, where the corpse wears a condom, the girl gets carried away and runs off with it. That's pretty much it. It's not too exciting.

Some choice scenes include an actual gutting of a rabbit, which I didn't really go for, a really fake gore scene where our hero kills a hooker so he can get aroused, beheading her. Actaully, that was funnier than most comedies I've seen lately. At the end, there is a bizarre self mutilation scene that (I guess) was intended to be shocking, but was also pretty funny. Our hero pulls his wang out(a really fake prosthetic)and literally gushes fake semen and blood out while he stabs himself in the stomach. Hilarious!

Most of the shocking scenes came off as pseudo artsy, with an awful soundtrack and little dialoque. It's pretty boring, and if you must rent it, fast foward to the good parts. If you love it, there's a sequel, which I haven't seen yet, nor want to.

Happy viewing.






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