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I originally had the heavily cut version of this just had to invest in this Hess at his best
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on 23 June 2017
Brilliant film. Big David Hess fan. This is truly uncut
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on 13 May 2015
excellent
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on 3 April 2006
House on the edge of the park is a very shocking and disturbing film including rapes,gross language and a lot of pissing round. Vipco UK release is cut by 11minutes 42seconds by the BBFC which removed or heavily edited all the assaults by David Hess on the women. It's better buying the US DVD which is uncut and understand how sick these guys are.
Great film but vipco has a problem of releasing a lot of cut films which is very disappointing.
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on 1 November 2014
dvd arrived on time and looked great
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on 17 September 2007
The story..Crooked garage workers Alex (David Hess) and Ricky (Giovanni Lambardo Radice) help fix the car of a rich couple and invite themselves along to their party. It becomes clear that the rich party hosts are just bored and looking for laughs at the expense of the two underclass guests. When the tension is finally broken Alex takes them all hostage and begins to have his own idea of fun with them.
Ruggero Deodato's follow up to the classic "Cannibal Holocaust" is a nasty little horror/thriller. It is, however, a good well shot film and David Hess as Alex seems to revel in playing the bad guy ( think Krug from "Last house on the left"). Most of the film is set in the house so you have a really good claustrophobic feel to proceedings as events spiral out of control. Make no mistake though "House on the edge of the Park" is an incredibly sleazy film and director Ruggero Deodato shows us once again how he can make genuinely full on films like few others of his era. The film contains little actual gore but you get beatings aplenty and cruel moments of humiliation, torture and rape. Special mention has to be made to Riz Ortolani's sleazy score and cheesy disco music that'll have you humming well after the films ended. I also have to say that do not under any circumstances buy the U.K release by Vipco as it's cut by over 11 minutes!
I recommend this to all fans of the genre.
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on 19 June 2017
The film's camera switch is too montage. The plot was dramatic and thrilling. I watch it with my mother. The end of the film is still a long way from my perfect ending. The film is ok. The actors performed very well.
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on 13 June 2011
Another one torn to ribbons by the utter idiots at the bbfc who still seem to believe that adults in the UK need to be monitored and treated like children, European and USA versions are intact so forget this and go for one of those.
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on 6 March 2015
It. Was. Ok. I. Bast. It. On. It. Was. Not. For. Me
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on 22 February 2011
I watched this film uncut for the first time recently. Compared to modern standards it is tame and does not warrant the 12 minutes cut by the BBFC. If you like Italian horror from the eighties, you know what to expect. David Hess is fabulous and is reprising his role from Last House On The Left - 3 Disc Ultimate Edition (Uncut) [1972] [DVD]. The rest of the acting is varied but the plot is sound and the ending very surprising. Would recommend for any fan of Video Nasties but not anyone looking for gore.
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