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Extremely gory, graphically sadistic horror, as an insane mass-murderer escapes capitol punishment to exact bloody revenge. When the time comes for his execution in the electric chair, serial killer Max Seed (Will Sanderson) manages to survive three separate attempts to kill him. Faced with a local law that states that anyone who survives three attempts in the electric chair can be pardoned, Warden Wright (Ralf Moeller), Dr. Wickson (Andrew Jackson), and the executioner (Michael Eklund), decide to flout justice, bound Seed, and bury him alive. Believing their problems to have finally been laid to rest, a blood-soaked Seed manages to confound his captors by somehow clawing his way back to the surface, where, hell-bent on vengeance, he sets out on a trail of gratuitous blood-letting.
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Seed is a horror/splatter/gore/'torture porn' movie that delivers what it sets out to do... Make you feel uncomfortable and shocked. Like many others of it's genre (Hostel, Saw, Wolf creek) it gives plenty of horrific scenes shown in detail of mindless,cruel sadism. Unlike many others though it does not try to titillate with nudity or model actresses, instead being a little more serious and focusing on the shocking and sick scenes which it hands out freely and quite well.
Seed is a serial killer who delights in the agonising torturous death of his victims. Taunting the police with videos of them he is caught and sentenced to death. State law requires that any man failing to die after three attempts will be set free. On failing for the second time they decide to bury him alive. But he escapes and enacts his revenge on them and anyone else.
The bad points of the movie all can be either overlooked or don't distract to much from the movies. Things you could call plot holes I suppose could happen, while CGI effects and camera work is probably better than other B movies (though not as good as Saw, hostel etc). The acting is actually quite good and makes watching this film easier to watch than other B movies. One large criticism is that a lot of the scenes were dark meaning it wasn't as clear as it perhaps could of been.
The DVD was passed uncut by the BBFC.
Summary: If you don't like this sort of thing you'll hate this movie, but if you're looking for a movie that will shock, scare, and smoother you with horror this movie has it by the bucketful.
Warning!: This film also contains real footage of animal abuse though this was given by PETA who receive a percentage of the profits.
The "hammer torture" scene I found to be genuinely compelling as it is something I'd never seen before, and watching it on my 19" PC monitor it seemed (barring the odd skipped frame) pretty authentic. That apart, there was nothing remarkable about this film.
And now, back to those opening five minutes. One particular image stayed in my mind and I couldn't shake it. Indeed, when the film was starting I wasn't sure what I was watching until it was blindingly obvious. I am an animal lover, and I was drawn to the PETA website from whose films the early minutes of Seed are taken, and on there I witnessed a longer version of the animal cruelty scenes... and I cried my eyes out. If this film does nothing else, let it at least open people's eyes to the vile cruelty of those who exploit animals for skins nobody needs. Jennifer Lopez and other stars have recently taken to swanning around in real fur, and as far as I'm concerned they are bigger monsters than a guy with a sack on his head. Maybe - just maybe - that was Uwe Boll's point? We may abhor animal cruelty, but covering our eyes and pretending it doesn't happen won't make it go away!
The story was simple, the characters are inconsequential and the gore is a little over the top for me. I personally prefer thrillers and suspense films.
The opening scenes are actual footage of animal torture from the animal charity P.E.T.A. I found them horrendous to watch, but to be fair to the director (who is an avid supporter of P.E.T.A and is donating 50% of the films takings to the charity) the controversial scenes are an eye opener for thousands of people who may not realise that this brutality actually happens in some parts of the world. I certainly didn't think anyone was capable of such things and maybe by shocking a global audience into action something can be done about it.
That said, watch it at the risk of losing some sleep.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I found the film far too disturbing!!, I wish I knew beforehand about the upsetting real footage of animals (Cats & Dogs) being killed, I wouldn't have rented it!... Read morePublished 2 months ago by ugly betty
Good quilty was little slow on getting here but still not to badPublished 6 months ago by Samhain Campbell
I I brought it but haven't actually got round to watching. It came sealed so Dvd should be okPublished 6 months ago by Danny
Uwe Boll must be the worst film director ever. A very dull film with limited gore, pathetic plot and appalling acting. Read morePublished 9 months ago by crclark1953
I bet this film would have been really good, if only the cameraman would have remembered to turn the night vision on so we could see what's going on!!Published 10 months ago by wendy jenkins