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Beauty of Morbidity - A Night of Unusual Horror

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The Muse Gallery

269 Portobello Road

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For our sixteenth event, we'll be hosting an evening of unusual, and not necessarily typical horror.

Free entry however there's limited seats so it is first come, first serve - message us if you wish to add your name to our guestlist to ensure a seat.

7pm
Freaks (Dir. Tod Browning, 1932, 90mins, USA)
Freaks is a 1932 American MGM pre-Code horror film produced and directed by Tod Browning. The original version of the film, running 90 minutes, was considered too shocking to be released, so several scenes were cut, resulting in an abridged runtime of 64 minutes. The original version no longer exists, until tonight.

8:30pm
Zygote by Oats Studios (Dir. Neill Blomkamp, 2017, 23mins, RSA)

9pm - break
During our break we shall be showing the 10 minute short animation 'Cream' by David Firth (creator of Salad Fingers)

9:10pm
Jam (Dir. Chris Morris, 2000, 30 mins, UK)
A single episode of controversial dark comedy TV series written by Chris Morris and Peter Baynham

9:40pm
Guinea Pig 2: Flower of Flesh & Blood (Dir. Hideshi Hino, 1985 , 86mins, JAP)
The Guinea Pig films (ギニーピッグ Ginī Piggu) are a series of six controversial Japanese horror films from the 1980-90s. The series achieved global notoriety mostly for the first two films as the producer needed to prove that nobody was actually hurt or murdered. The producer Hideshi Hino's original concept was to create a film adaptation of his manga work.

Guinea Pig 2: Flower of Flesh & Blood (ギニーピッグ2 血肉の華 Ginī Piggu 2: Chiniku no Hana) was also produced and directed in 1985 by Hideshi Hino, based on his works of horror manga. The plot revolves around a man dressed as a samurai (played by Hino himself) kidnapping a woman, drugging her and taking her to his home. He then proceeds to dismember her and finally adds her body parts to an extensive collection.
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