American Guinea Pig: Bouquet Of Guts And Gore

Thursday, May 10th, 2018


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Two women are abducted by a group of snuff filmmakers and brought into a Hellish nightmare of unmistakable brutality, viciousness and destruction that will leave every viewer shocked, amazed and awestruck. A love letter to ultra gorehounds the world over.

The American Guinea Pig Series is about to begin. The Japanese set a standard with these movies, especially Flower of Flesh & Blood, of being crude and messy with little regard for what you think a movie should be. Director, writer and editor Stephen Biro takes that attitude and saws your fu%king legs off with it. – CINESPLOITATION

I guarantee it will leave the most hardened gore fans stunned, like a shotgun blast to the face. – LAIR OF FILTH Mr. Biro’s film is a true gore masterpiece! I felt as if I had been immersed in a swimming pool of ravaged flesh and entrails. – STRICTLY SPLATTER FLOWER OF FLESH AND BLOOD

has long been one of the most, if not the most convincing pseudo-snuff films in the history of subversive underground horror cinema… that is until now. – SEVERED CINEMA

Sometimes, ya just gotta flush out your eye sockets after what you’ve seen. – – DREAD CENTRAL

Stephen Biro is one cruel son of a bi*ch. This isn’t a movie you can simply write off as gross.

It’s something far deeper for which I am sure only Lucifer himself could decipher. – RYAN NICHOLSON Director of Gutterballs, Live Feed and Collar.

If you are into gore and want to test your endurance, AGP will be your next task. – SADISTIC CINEMA TWISTED AS ALL HELL! – HORRORNEWS.NET

Stephen Biro has taken up the bloody torch and cauterized the wounds of a fanbase desperate to feel nauseous again for prolonged periods of time. –

Horror Sexy Bonus features include: Special Effects: Behind The Scenes Pre-Production of AGP 25 minutes , Still gallery, Alternate Commentary with Jim VanBebber and Stephen Biro , Alternate scenes, Commentary with Marcus Koch and Stephen Biro

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