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Deranged - The Confessions Of A Necrophile [VHS]
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
on 30 January 2003
Alan Orsmby's shock expose of the killer Ed Gein is a mixture of Black comedy & uncomfortable horror.
Robert Blossoms gives an intense performance as Ezra Cobb a man haunted by the words of his dead & deeply religous Mother("the wages of sin are siphilis, gonerea & death!").
The story of mother loving EdGein shows it's influence in Psycho, Texas Chainsaw & many other movies, but this has to be the most affectionate. There are some real gruesome scenes involving: Brain Scooping, tummy drums & bear traps (special effects by a young Tom Savini); &, like Chainsaw it has a terr(o)ific dinnner table scene.
Like any Ormsby film there is a combination of great comic writing & gruesome horror accompanied by a top notch soundtrack (in this case echoes of Church organs). And watch out for that cinematography! the shot of Ezra bearing down on his victim is a real classic Horror moment
Watch Out For: Exploited have a great making of documentry on their release
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
on 8 February 2003
This is a real classic, Alan Orsmby & Jeff Gillen from Children Shouldnt Play with Dead Things, working with a young Tom Savini.
This is the story of Ed Gein but with a great darkly comic edge & loads of Gore.
This includes some great set pieces involving Bear Traps, the killing of an obese Spiritualist & a twisted dinner date.
The soundtrack is haunting church melodies, & the film shifts quickly from real to surreal, form comic to gruesome, with Robert Blossoms giving a fantastic performance as Ezra Cobb a man who haunted by his Mother's warnings about the evils of women, follows a grizzly trail of graverobbing, murder & making useful everyday items from corpses
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