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House of the Rotting Flesh - Act 2: Dismembered

Belgium 2020
produced by
Rob Ceus, Inge Vanleene for Terrorvisions Productions
directed by Rob Ceus, Inge Vanleene
starring Kurt De Meuter, Brame Wolters, Steven Daemers, Allard Geerlings, Eva Vanduren, Eddy Van de Putte, Kristel Goddevriendt, Lieve Deneckere, Mario Steenbrugge, Tim Dedobbelaere, Kim Haling, Bart Marsee, Wesley Schroyen, Rob Ceus, Rik DeClercq
written by Rob Ceus, music by Stephan Ortlepp, special effects by Rob Ceus, Inge Vanleene, visual effects by Jarno Lafourt


review by
Mike Haberfelner

When Gerald (Kurt De Meuter) lost his wife (Kristel Goddevriendt) and son in a freak accident, it threw him off the track - until at a garage sale he found a book on black magic, so black in fact that the book's cover's crafted from a human face. Now Gerald is a successful psychiatrist, and Louis (Brane Wolters) is his favourite patient - favourite because Louis likes to cut himself, and cut himself deep until he bleeds. Gerald prescribes Louis some drug or other, very well knowing that the drug will only give him hallucinations that will make him cut himself more. Why? Because Gerald has ulterior motives, and for this he needs a patient - Louis, obviously - dismember himself ...


Now going into this movie, one ought to know it makes good on the promise of its title which is actually its main reason of being - it's about dismemberment, as bloody and graphic as can be done, so do expect some blood and guts. In other words, it's not a movie for everyone - but then again, it's more than just wall-to-wall gore as its gory climax is embedded in a story that's actually fun. Sure, it's made up from horror mainstays, but put together in an entertaining way. And the finale is as gruesome as it needs to be, with the camera shying away from literally nothing, but it's so over-the-top it's also amusing in a darkly humourous way (that probably only horror fans will get).

So no, indeed not a film for everyone, but if you prefer your blood by the liter, you're bound to like this one!


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