Blood Sombrero :- Watch Blood Sombrero on YoutubeonFire, Usually lurid and low budget, exploitation films are the pulp novels of cinema, unapologetically portraying “explicit sex, sensational violence, drug use, nudity, freaks, gore, the bizarre, destruction, rebellion, and mayhem.” Many draw inspiration from a real-life subcultures being ignored by mainstream Hollywood, or a subject considered too shocking or risqué for serious film. Exploitation films were often shunned by respectable theaters, showing instead in grindhouse theaters of ill repute. While nearly always considered B-movies or worse during their time, exploitation films have proved to be widely influential to later, more mainstream directors. The same theaters would often show exploitation and arthouse movies side by side. Just as grindhouses were the only place to see tawdry exploitation films, they were also the only theaters that would play art movies that failed to pass the Hays Code, which laid down strict (by today’s standards) censorship from 1930 to 1968. Directors who were acclaimed as artists in Europe, including Jean-Luc Godard and Luis Buñuel, were forced to put their movies into grindhouses when they hit the American market. It’s all controversy, baby! But initially, many exploitation flicks tried to skirt censorship by presenting themselves as cautionary tales. This isn’t a film about lesbian biker cannibals, it’s a film that warns the children about the dangers of lesbian biker cannibals! Won’t somebody think of the children? The classic example is 1936’s Reefer Madness, still infamous for its hysterical and laughably inaccurate portrayal of pot smokers. Hollywood wouldn’t get drug users’ behavior right for another 42 years.
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Release: 6 April 2016 (USA)
IMDB Rating : 4.5/10
Director: Abel Berry, Jennifer Michelle Stone II
Stars : Nick Gomez, Tom Proctor, Paula Marcenaro Solinger