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Little Deaths - Exclusive Directors' Cut [DVD]

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  • Actors: Jason Maza, Daniel Brocklebank, Luke De Lacey
  • Directors: Sean Hogan, Andrew Parkinson, Simon Rumley
  • Format: PAL
  • Region: Region 2 (This DVD may not be viewable outside Europe. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Classification: 18
  • Studio: Monster Pictures
  • DVD Release Date: 12 Aug. 2013
  • Run Time: 95 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 3.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (26 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B00D48ZQEA
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 21,940 in DVD & Blu-ray (See Top 100 in DVD & Blu-ray)

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Trilogy of shocking and gruesome stories about sex and death, from three of the UK's hottest horror film directors. 'House and Home', by Sean Hogan (The Devil's Business), 'Mutant Tool', by Andrew Parkinson (I, Zombie), and 'Bitch', by Simon Rumley (Red, White & Blue, ABCs of Death), delve into the dark side of sex and its horrific consequences, in this collection of exciting and highly original modern horror tales.

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Decent little anthology film focussing on sex and death. Regrettably what you see here in the U.K will not be the full uncut version as the director intended.

The film has been snipped by 41 seconds by our censors.

Details :

UK: Passed 18 for strong sex and horror and sexual violence after 41s of BBFC compulsory cuts for:

2013 Monster Pictures R2 DVD at UK Amazon released on 12th August 2013

The BBFC commented:

Cuts required to remove a focus on sadistic humiliation during a scene of sexual violence.

Alternatives

Netherlands: Uncut and 15 rated for:

R2 DVD via UK Amazon

US: Uncut and MPAA Unrated for:

2011 Image Entertainment R1 DVD via UK Amazon and at US Amazon
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The French have a saying 'la petite mort', it means 'the little death', a slang term for orgasm. The wonderful turn of phrase is the inspiration for this trio of short films. Each is an exploration in sexual horror.

The first story House and Home, concerns a middle class couple who have peculiar tastes. This was my least favourite of the stories, it's wasn't a bad story, just a little obvious.

Mutant Tool is the second story and this was more interesting. It's mad scientist tale about an experimental drug that has some very strange effects, the horror comes from its source. It's a gritty story that builds nicely to a grim conclusion.

Bitch is the final story and the best of the bunch, this one is a simpler revenge story, but has an interesting path and I appreciated the climax.

Overall it's an interesting watch that tantalises and captivates, it's a little rough around the edges, enough so that it stops it from really shining, but well worth a watch.
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The Cover Art has absolutely no bearing on the contents. That being said, however, I thoroughly enjoyed the non related contents.

1st piece is lovely and juicy in a bloody vengeful kinda way, 2nd piece is just bizarre, sick and scary, 3rd piece is awesome, I felt so much for both the characters I really did not know who to mourn, I will watch again and totally recommend this dvd.

I am British however and US buyers may not appreciate the lack of 'Hollywood Gloss' but I, for one, really appreciate the gritty feel of real British Horror (been missing for a long time).
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Little Deaths is a trilogy of 30minute horror films. My favourite was the first, House And Home. Some fantastic acting, writing and I only wish the first story was longer than 30minutes because I enjoyed it so much. Absolutely worth buying as you will not be disappointed.
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The 3 mini films that make up the anthology 'Little Deaths' are all about the payoff. Well written (although often acted with a slightly patchy quality), their biggest thrill is in sitting there wondering "where the hell is this going? What's going to happen???"
Thankfully, in all 3 segments, the big revelation at the end of each twisted sex-related tale is worth the wait. The first segment 'House and Home' revels more in its build, deliberately leading the viewer astray with their expectations. The second, 'Mutant Tools' reveals a lot of its oddity early on, to leave you confused about what the endgame is. And the third, the excellent 'Bitch', confuses with the weirdness of the dysfunctional relationship, before leading up to one of the harshest and best executed endings I've seen in an anthology short film yet.
There is plenty of unpleasantness, and some gore, but the clip with the least gore was the scariest because of what was implied off-screen. In a horror culture where films occasionally take the easy route of false jumps and buckets of crimson, it's a resounding triumph for the power of suggestion and terrifying sound effects, letting the viewer's imagination willingly fill the gaps.
It won't be to everyone's taste, being a little rough around the edges and very grimy in places, but it's fascinating viewing and well worth a watch - especially for film students interested in the craft and varieties of how to pull off an extended horror short on a low budget.
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By Throda tzen TOP 1000 REVIEWER on 15 Jun. 2014
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This single disc features three 25 minute short films, each entirely individual in content. None of the films are particularly outstanding, but they are watchable in an adult ‘Tales of the Unexpected’ kind of way. Although there is gore and some horror its not a slasher or blood spatter shocker. Mostly the scares are low key with your imagination filling in the gaps The disc has limited features, film selection, theatrical trailer, Directors commentary and adverts for 5 other movies. Without giving too much away-
House and home Husband and wife [Richard and Lee] have a bizarre relationship in which they get their jollies by taking in homeless girls for the night so they can indulge their fantasies. The result is a little obvious but the acting is good especially that of the victim. ***
Mutant tool Drug dealer and part-time prostitute Jen gets mugged after selling her supply but its where that supply comes from that forms the core of the story as its all mixed up with psychologists using old Nazi research. Nice little twist at the end. **
Bitch Claire has a phobia of dogs and is in a dysfunctional fetish relationship with her s&m boyfriend. This is the most sexually explicit and would have been called a sexploitation featurette in the 70’s. Quite slow to start and seemingly going nowhere this builds to an obvious climax, and that’s the point, its seeing the build up you know is coming that makes this eventually the best film of all. Terrifyingly disturbed. ****

Not everyone's cup of tea but there are a few ideas floating around in this that might interest. If you want to take a chance, try it, but the cover is completely misleading. Try and get it for under a fiver [including postage] and you might not be disappointed.
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