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Guy shows Dave I WANT TO EAT from 1994, written by and starring Issei Sagawa, the Kobe Cannibal. This movie is among the bleakest and grossest things we've ever covered. Guy digs deep into the horrible history of Sagawa from his murder and cannibalism of Renée Hartevelt in Paris to his starring role in an AV film, uncovering amazing and unsettling …
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Dave shows Guy BIG MONEY RUSTLAS and nearly ends their friendship. This is a Western from 2010 starring Violent J and Shaggy 2 Dope of the Insane Clown Posse. It is a carnival of bad jokes, clown makeup, Jason Mewes pissing his pants, and horse-punching. Featuring some truly baffling cameos from Vanilla Ice to Tom Sizemore to Screech from SAVED BY …
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Guy shows Dave MIND FUCK from 1990 (maybe), directed by Mah Wu Tu (maybe), from China (maybe). This period piece porn film is an absolute mystery. Its existence is totally baffling, and Guy digs deeper than ever to attempt to uncover the truth. Black magic battles, S&M whippings, possessed corpses, the longest shower in history, a buck-toothed hunc…
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Remember our episode about SUPER XUXA CONTRA BAIXO ASTRAL? The Brazilian movie starring Queen of the Little Ones, Xuxa, and a whole lot of puppets? Well, Guy has uncovered a very upsetting urban legend about a piece of Xuxa paraphernalia and child murder! Come join us for this spooky mini! Follow Show Me Something Wrong on Instagram and Twitter. Sh…
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Dave shows Guy THE BLACK CAT from 1989, not to be confused with the million other films with the same title. This is the one directed by Luigi Cozzi, the Italian b-movie master and charismatic clerk of Dario Argento's Profondo Rosso Store! This film is a sort-of-kind-of meta sequel to Argento's SUSPIRIA and goes to some extremely strange spacey pla…
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Guy shows Dave HAWK JONES from 1986. The tagline for this sums it up perfectly: The movie with the kids in it! Yep, HAWK JONES is a buddy-cop crime caper with a cast made up entirely of tiny kids. Despite being aimed at a young audience, the kids spout sexist quips, smoke cigars, and blast each other to death with guns and grenades. HAWK JONES also…
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Dave shows Guy END OF THE WICKED, a Nigerian film from 1999 made by Helen Ukpabio and the Liberty Gospel Church. This is definitely the darkest thing we've ever talked about as Dave digs deep into its disturbing backstory of Christian propaganda and child witch accusations. But not to worry, there's plenty of goofy video effects, vomit-spattered wi…
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Guy shows Dave WEREWOLF from 1987, not to be confused with the many other films with the same title released around the same time. This one is from Thailand and directed by Sommai Khamsorn. Even if you haven't seen the film, you may have seen a clip from it titled "Greatest Werewolf Transformation Scene Ever". There is more to WEREWOLF than just th…
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Warning: This is an especially gross episode. Our third and final mini episode about our recent trip to Tokyo! In this episode, we discuss our visit to Ryuji Yamamoto's izakaya. Yamamoto is an absolute legend of the AV and pinku world and has worked with everyone from Hisayasu Sato to Akio Jissoji. And, most importantly for us, Yamamoto featured in…
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Dave shows Guy OGROFF aka MAD MUTILATOR from 1983, a French Super 8 slasher. Directed by Norbert Moutier (often credited as N. G. Mount), this film is an insane masterpiece. Every frame is utterly mad with chainsaw fights, incongruous zombies, kid murder, cars being battered to bits, and axes being used in ways they shouldn't. And it's all set to a…
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The second of three mini episodes about our recent trip to Tokyo! This was recorded after we went out for drinks with Hisayasu Sato and Kôichi Imaizumi. Like minutes after. So, at this point we're like ten beers in and recording the middle of a vomit-strewn Shinjuku street. We share some of the fun stories we heard from Sato and once again discuss …
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Guy shows Dave BLOODY BUNS, a Hong Kong CAT III from 2002. It's a film about a man who murders a family, grinds them up, and turns them into human pork buns. Sound familiar? Yep, BLOODY BUNS is an almost scene-for-scene remake of Herman Yau's 1993 masterpiece THE UNTOLD STORY. Only crappy. So, so crappy. Join us as we lose our minds watching this h…
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The first of three mini episodes about our recent trip to Tokyo! This episode was recorded on location in Shinjuku. We discuss the screening of two Hisayasu Sato films: his new film, DEAR KAITA ABLAZE (2023), and his first film, DISTORTED SENSE OF TOUCH (1985). DISTORTED OF SENSE OF TOUCH was a particularly exciting watch as it so rarely shown. Aft…
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Dave shows Guy SOFT SKIN (やわらかい肌) from 1998 directed by none other than Hisayasu Sato, our first returnee director... listen to episode 5: NEIGH MEANS YES if you dare! SOFT SKIN is quite unusual for Sato. It falls (somewhat) outside of the pink genre and, at least at first, seems oddly gentle. However, it's not long before things go haywire with ey…
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Guy shows Dave DOG AND AUNT (犬とおばさん) from 1995... sigh... well, we're ready to see our subscribers drop dramatically after this crap. We first became aware of this repugnant film way back in our NEIGH MEANS YES episode, and, after a year and a bit, Guy dredged the gutter and managed to unearth it. DOG AND AUNT is directed by well-known female pinku…
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Dave shows Guy THE BONEYARD from 1991, directed by special effects artist James Cummins. While the DVD cover may feature a goofy zombie poodle, this film is legitimately shocking at times with some of the most horrifying corpse effects in cinema history. Child zombies, Phyllis Diller, gross slime, failed suicide attempts, and psychic trauma–this is…
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Guy shows Dave ZOMBI VIII: URBAN DECAY from 2021 and seriously puts their friendship in jeopardy. This unofficial sequel to Lucio Fulci's zombie classic is truly unlike anything we've covered before (and hopefully never will again). With its slow motion footage of goth-hippy girls dancing topless to rap tunes by MC Dirty D, this is worlds apart fro…
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In this very short mini, Guy shares the jaw-dropping story behind AN OLD MAN AND HIS DOG, a Chinese film from 1993 that was a huge hit when first released. But what makes this seemingly gentle movie about a man and his "big yellow dog" worthy of an appearance on Show Me Something Wrong? Oh boy... this gets dark... Follow Show Me Something Wrong on …
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Dave shows Guy SUPER XUXA CONTRA BAIXO ASTRAL aka SUPER XUXA VERSUS THE DOWN MOOD from 1988. This Brazilian film stars the legendary Xuxa, known in her home country as the "Queen of the Little Ones". The target audience for SUPER XUXA is kids, so expect a lot of crystals and rainbows. However, also prepare yourself for an upsetting caterpillar pupp…
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Guy shows Dave FATAL TERMINATION, a Hong Kong actioner from 1990! While this is perhaps not the usual thing we cover, it features a single scene that is among the wrongest moments captured on camera and left us both utterly gobsmacked. Also along for the ride: rocket launchers, back-breaking stunts, helicopter chase scenes, sauna beatings, and a bi…
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Dave shows Guy HYPER VILLAIN from 2011! This is one of the most upsetting films we've covered in a while and a definite outlier in the career of fake documentary maverick Koji Shiraishi. We follow the titular Hyper Villain, a serial rapist and head-basher, as he prepares to celebrate the anniversary of his first sexual assault. While it sounds unbe…
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Guy shows Dave NIGHTY NIGHT 真夜中の悪夢 from 1986! This Japanese anthology horror film was, until very recently, extremely difficult to come by, with information about it online sparse. Guy digs deep, uncovering a lot of information about its production. He even finds the answer to a question that has been bothering everyone on Letterboxd: How exactly d…
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We had Matthew C. Vaughan stick around after our HOUSEBOAT HORROR episode to record a mini-episode about CAT SICK BLUES and its release in Japan! Guy grills Dave and Matt on the behind the scenes of the film and its... uh... mixed response in the years following its release. Enjoy! Follow Show Me Something Wrong on Instagram and Twitter. Show Me So…
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Dave shows Guy HOUSEBOAT HORROR, Australia's first (kind of) SOV horror film! And, not only that, CAT SICK BLUES star Matthew C. Vaughan joins us as a special guest! Matt and Dave lecture Guy on the meaning of Australian slang and phrases such as "gronk", "bar up", and "wakey wakey hands off snakey" in-between discussing Mark "Jacko" Jackson, Hey H…
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Guy shows Dave THE FAMILY THAT EATS SOIL from 2005, a film that is most certainly NOT directed Khavn. This is our first trip to the Philippines, and it left our mouths well and truly agape. Little people in diapers, cock fights, children turning into plants, horrific claymation, and, of course, soil-munching—this is a nightmarish deconstruction of …
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Dave shows Guy THE OILY MANIAC. This is our first Shaw Brothers film, and it is a greasy, slippery 70s nightmare set to the tune of the JAWS theme song! Come with us as we unpack the origin story of the Oily Maniac, or Orang Minyak, which takes us to Malaysia and Singapore before we dive into the mad Hong Kong retelling of this weird legend. Lots o…
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Guy shows Dave TAMPON TANGO, one of the most downright strange things we've ever covered. TAMPON TANGO is an experimental porn film from Japan that features meteors dropping from the sky, firecracker tampons, giant peaches, a man playing a guitar with the... uh... wrong body part, a brain-boggling orgy, and relentless close-ups of buttholes. Come j…
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Dave shows Guy MIRACLE BUNNY 1 and 2, marking our first trip to the strange world of gravure idols and image videos. These two videos are early works from the legendary Minoru Kawasaki, the director behind EXECUTIVE KOALA and THE CALAMARI WRESTLER. Come down the MIRACLE BUNNY rabbit hole with us to a fake Hawaii filled with pineapple men, a giant t…
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Guy shows Dave KILLER TONGUE, a film about... a killer tongue. This film is balls to the wall lunacy, spattered in bright colours, chaotic sounds, and poodles in drag. It is headed up by the amazing Melinda Clarke in the lead role and features two horror movie greats—Freddy Krueger and Pinhead—tackling male pattern baldness and forbidden romance. N…
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Dave shows Guy SKINNER, a film that at first appears to be a typical 90s slasher but soon becomes something much more grim and disgusting. Not only does it feature the brain-melting cast of Ted Raimi, Traci Lords and Ricki Lake, it also contains a scene that is one of the most fucked things we've covered on this podcast. Dave digs deep into the dis…
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Guy shows Dave DEATH POWDER, a seminal piece of cyberpunk history! Guy digs deep into the background of director Shigeru Izumiya and unpacks the fascinating history of this wild film, from its connection to Uber Eats to its original VHS/Beta release. Get ready for impromptu musical numbers, androids, and disgusting piles of slimy living flesh! THE …
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We have another cheeky mini for you! Guy made his first feature, THE SOUND OF SUMMER! It's coming out on blu-ray in the US from the fantastic Unearthed Films. Guy and Dave discuss the production of the film and dish out the deets on the upcoming blu-ray. Follow Show Me Something Wrong on Instagram and Twitter. Show Me Something Wrong theme song by …
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Dave shows Guy LIMBO (1999), a hallucinatory trip into hell directed by legendary W.A.V.E. Productions actress Tina Krause! And guess what? We interviewed Tina for the episode! Tina was an absolute delight to talk to and she shares many wild stories about her time making LIMBO and working on bonkers W.A.V.E. films. Follow Show Me Something Wrong on…
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Guy shows Dave NIGHT EVIL SOUL, a ghost cat film with the most convoluted production history of all time. Get ready to have your brain broken as Guy attempts to unpack where and when this film is from. The rest is the episode is filled with screaming meows, village hunks, roasted cats, bowl fetish discussions, and Dave getting a bit upset. This is …
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Dave shows Guy TOUCH OF DEATH from 1988. This might be the most disgusting, misogynistic, and hilarious movie ever made by Lucio Fulci. From the ass-end of his career, this bonkers black comedy stars Brett Halsey, star of RETURN OF THE FLY and many, many, many Italian genre films. Halsey chainsaws and smirks his way through the film, leaving Dave a…
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Guy shows Dave the absolutely baffling 1992 shot-on-video stupidity that is HELLROLLER. This film is so haphazard and cheap, yet it features some shockingly big names. Guy unravels the reason why this bizarre oddity has a whole lot of scream queens in its cast and discusses the hysterically catty tale behind its making. (Note: We both had extreme h…
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Whoa! This is not a regular episode! Mike Diana, comic artist and director of BLOOD BROTHERS (the film we covered back in episode 16) came to Japan! Dave went along to his screening of BLOOD BROTHERS and post-show Q&A in Kyoto and shares some bonus tidbits about the film and Diana's future plans! Follow Show Me Something Wrong on Instagram and Twit…
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Dave shows Guy SUBURB MURDER, a CAT III trip to hell from 1992! This mean-spirited film is the classic blend of harrowing violence and mind-numbing stupid that you would expect from the genre. However, the real life inspiration behind its story is absolutely shocking, turning this into one of the most exploitative films in Hong Kong cinema history.…
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Guy shows Dave METAL DAYS, an early work from 1986 by the legendary Shozin Fukui (964 PINOCCHIO, RUBBER'S LOVER). We dive deep into its production, Guy's personal connection with Fukui, and why the film is yet to be released (and its possible future). Thanks to the piles of Japanese materials Guy sifted through and direct discussion with Fukui, thi…
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Dave shows Guy THE MURDER SECRET from 1988. Spoiler warning: Guy does not have a good time. THE MURDER SECRET is a made-for-TV (but not actually shown-on-TV) horror film from Italy with some jaw-dropping not-safe-for-TV gore and a very strange production history. While Lucio Fulci did not direct the film, we can safely say if you're a big fan of hi…
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Guy shows Dave BLOOD BROTHERS from 1989, directed by Mike Diana. Diana is the best known as the first person to receive a criminal conviction in the United States for "artistic obscenity". This ridiculous conviction was targeted at his underground comic books. But before his trouble with the law, Diana utilised that same "artistic obscenity" in zer…
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Dave shows Guy A HAUNTED TURKISH BATHHOUSE from 1975, a jaw-dropping mash-up of pinky violence and ghost cat horror. Toei Company puts together a great team for this. They stole Naomi Tani from Nikkatsu and threw the brilliant Kazuhiko Yamaguchi in the director's chair to give us a colourful, blood-soaked revenge trip. Featuring a vengeful cat mons…
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Guy shows Dave RED SPELL SPELLS RED from 1983. Imagine if CANNIBAL HOLOCAUST and EVIL DEAD had a baby, which then got stung by hundreds of scorpions and went into anaphylactic shock. The result would be RED SPELL SPELLS RED—a sickening journey into the chaotic world of Hong Kong black magic cinema! Follow Show Me Something Wrong on Instagram and Tw…
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Dave shows Guy THE BUCKS PARTY from 1978. THE BUCKS PARTY is a criminally underseen Australian film that follows the increasingly disturbing antics of a beer-soaked bachelor party. It is a tense Wake-In-Fright-like trip to macho hell. We are lucky enough to have a special guest this episode, as Steve Jodrell, director of THE BUCKS PARTY (and many m…
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Guy makes Dave watch ID (or IDO) from 2005, directed by the legendary Kei Fujiwara of ORGAN and TETSUO fame. The film is complex with a convoluted narrative, but Guy and Dave (mainly Guy) try their best to unravel it. Guy also speaks about his experience meeting Fujiwara! Follow Show Me Something Wrong on Instagram and Twitter. Show Me Something Wr…
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Dave makes Guy watch DON'T STOP MY CRAZY LOVE FOR YOU from 1993, starring HK legends Yvonne Yung Hung and Simon Yam. This is our first Hong Kong film and we get very excited talking about our experiences with Category III cinema. Follow Show Me Something Wrong on Instagram and Twitter. Show Me Something Wrong theme song by JUNK!…
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In this episode, Guy makes Dave watch NIGHTDREAMS from 1981. This is the first time we dive into the world of porn, and it is one hell of a strange journey. Featuring creepy masks, post-coitus fish, cowgirls, Satan, and a man in a toast costume playing a saxophone. Follow Show Me Something Wrong on Instagram and Twitter. Show Me Something Wrong the…
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In this episode, Dave deeply upsets Guy by making him watch DUCK! THE CARBINE HIGH MASSACRE from 1999. You can probably tell by the title and release date that the subject matter is very problematic and distressing. The execution of the film might surprise you though. Follow Show Me Something Wrong on Instagram and Twitter. Show Me Something Wrong …
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In this episode, Guy makes Dave watch THE WORM EATERS, which is tantamount to torture. The Worm Eaters is from 1977. It stars Herb Robins and several bucketloads of worms. Robins also directed and wrote it, which raises a troubling question about his feelings towards worms. This film is a proper nightmare. Follow Show Me Something Wrong on Instagra…
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