- 81 min
- Directed by: Richard Bates Jr.
- Cast: AnnaLynne McCord, Traci Lords, Ariel Winter
Dowdy teenager Pauline (McCord) resents how her mother (Lords) dotes on disabled younger sister Grace (Winter), but her solution – amateur surgery – isn't the wisest choice. Flooded with gore and hallucinatory imagery, it's a jolting black comedy with memorable performances from McCord and Lords and a remarkable supporting cast.
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Excision29 Oct 2012
Gore-filled black comedy for those with strong stomachs
A blood-drenched slice of menstrual angst, first time writer/director Richard Bates Jr’s horror film, based on his own 2008 short, is most certainly not for the squeamish. A coming of age drama studded with hallucinatory imagery, it opens with a gushing…
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