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Faces of Death Movies

Anyone a fan of these old movies? I am looking fo them on DVD but am running out of luck. Anyone have any ideas?

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i haven't seen them in a while, but i thought it was some fine cinema back in high school. the slaughterhouse scenes still haunt me.

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Check out a local mom and pop video shop. They commonly sell old videos for cheap. I have a copy of Rad, got it for $1.
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Monkey brains smashed open yourself. The dude they pulled apart with the horses. Ouch! I always liked the ambulance that hits the guy in the street than reverses to pick him up. Or the dumbasses who bungy jumped with the long chord.

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i thought they were illegal to buy in IL? or distribute or something, never mattered to me, wasn't that interested in them anyways.

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Degenerate shit right there, not healthy for humans to enjoy watching other humans die.

+1 to what Dave said though, mom and pop is the way to go.

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Monkey brains smashed open yourself. The dude they pulled apart with the horses. Ouch! I always liked the ambulance that hits the guy in the street than reverses to pick him up. Or the dumbasses who bungy jumped with the long chord.
Or the guy who Parachutes into an Alligator Farm????? - Whoops

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Faces of death 5 was on the big screen at a theater in downers grove. Crap I'm old, that was in 1993.
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I thought most of the stuff on there was fake anyways?
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wow.. i haven't seen one of these in a long time.. I don't think most of it is fake.. all of it looked pretty real to me. It's pretty bad when they show how they treated our meat though
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Degenerate shit right there, not healthy for humans to enjoy watching other humans die for pleasure.

+1 to what Dave said though, mom and pop is the way to go.
I thought they were all fake. People always talked about them in high school
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Totally thought that shit was real when I was a kid.

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Saw one of them, scarred me for life.

Hostage ran out of a building surrounded by police, cop mistakes him for one of the criminals, shoots him in the gut with a shotgun, and you watch the guy lay there pouring out blood dying on the ground. I wish I could unwatch it.
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I loved those movies as well. I think I realy only liked 1 and 2 I believe. Its been so long since I watched them.

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Not heatly to have to images rattling around in your head......


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Don't know if some of it might be fake, but it's definitely disturbing. So gross...
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No, they can't be fake.

I remember seeing one of a guy going to the junkyard, a car falls and cuts his leg off.

To bad theres not too many mom and pop video rental places left. Thats where I would find the best horror flicks. Some stuff from England that was real gruesome.


I guess the only real stuff is on youtube from Iraq and other countries.
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I think it was on Snopes that it was revealed that most of those movies were fake. I think you see worse crap on Youtube nowadays anyway.

People take these things too seriously!
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I watched 17 of them I think. There is one scene that still haunts me.

A couple english speaking military men come across a couple non-english speaking military men that have a prisoner. The prisoner begs the english speaking guys to not let the other guys take him cause they will kill him. The english speaking guys talk to the others and they promis that they will lot hurt the prisoner, so the english speaking men let the others take him. The non-english speaking guys then promptly throw the prisoner in the ditch and open fire. One of the bullets enters under the chin and exits threw the cheek, dis-lodging the jaw.
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horror movies is enjoyment.

faces of death, which I assumed was more of a documentary of death.

didn't enjoy the death of the monkey and not sure if it was faces of death or another video. but asian people cutting a dog open alive to make soup.

seeing what a serial killers execution looks like. gas chamber, electric chair etc... thats if thats even real now.


Just like some people on here want to see motorcycle wrecks. Guy who crossed the yellow line and got nailed by a semi in mexico. That was gruesome. But then you take life more seriously, and don't take stupid risks. Don't be going underneath a car without a jackstand.

Theres a difference between being curious about life and being a craigslist serial killer.
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horror movies is enjoyment.

faces of death, which I assumed was more of a documentary of death.

didn't enjoy the death of the monkey and not sure if it was faces of death or another video. but asian people cutting a dog open alive to make soup.

seeing what a serial killers execution looks like. gas chamber, electric chair etc... thats if thats even real now.


Just like some people on here want to see motorcycle wrecks. Guy who crossed the yellow line and got nailed by a semi in mexico. That was gruesome. But then you take life more seriously, and don't take stupid risks. Don't be going underneath a car without a jackstand.

Theres a difference between being curious about life and being a craigslist serial killer.
I think this is one of your best posts. +1

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