The Ultimate Hardgore Splatter Tape is a video cornucopia of gore clips taken from many of our favourite horror/gore films.
Our trip into this tape begins with, among others, a clips of big hairy spiders crawling all over some hot chick, I don’t mind spiders at all, but I don’t know if I’d have the bottle to just lie there, unflinching, while they were all over my face. Kudos to that actress!
The first clip to make me ‘ugh!’ was one where some guy is being killed – no, that didn’t make me ‘ugh’, the woman who has – what looks like – forks protruding from under her eyes, that did it for me:
Then, as if that wasn’t bad enough, we see a chick peering through a peep-hole in a door, for a bullet to come flying through it and take her eye (and brain) out. God dammit, was this tape custom made to repel me?!
Next, some quality boobage from the mistress of boobage herself, Ilsa (aka: Dyanne Thorne)
Following on comes the (in?)famous dick chopping scene from whats-its-face, the cannibal film. I always get the Holocaust’s and Ferox’s mixed up. A woman then decides to deep fry her hand and munch on it, nice!
Reaching the half-way mark, we get some Tetsuo weirdness. I can spot that grey, mechanical, oddness anywhere. Speaking of oddness… Rikki-O makes several appearances. No bizarre gore tape would be complete without some Rikki!
Another clip that I thought kicked ass was this one of some devil dude popping up in front of a monk:
Don’t know what film it’s from, but I shall be looking through the end credits to find out, as that devil makeup looks kick ass for a black and while oldie. Assuming it’s not a newie with oldie effects applied to the picture.
UPDATE: I believe the film is called Häxan (aka: Witchcraft Through the Ages), from 1922. So I hope to review that soon!
The last part of the tape has the inevitable Necromantik scenes and a music video from some band I don’t recognise.
I’m not even going to pretend that I know where all the clips come from, but there’s an authoritative list of clip sources (and music sources) at the end of the tape, which is something I wish more mixtapes would do, as there’s nothing worse than seeing an awesome clip but never knowing where the clip originated.
Even though it only runs for 65 minutes, it packs a punch and should be watched by all. I have no doubt that there will be at least one clip that will make you want to look away. And several that will make you rewind and replay.