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Killing for Culture: An Illustrated History of Death Film from Mondo to Snuff (Creation Cinema #1)

Killing for Culture: An Illustrated History of Death Film from Mondo to Snuff (Creation Cinema #1)
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David Kerekes

David Kerekes

David Slater

David Slater



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Snuff...or not

6 years ago at Mar 29 18:18
This book examines death in film and whether snuff exists or not.
It starts with fictional snuff in fiction movies, including 'Snuff'(1976), 'Peeping Tom'(1960), and 'Emanuelle In America'(1976). It moves on to death in mondo films, real and fake. Lastly is a section on death in media, snuff films, and the hysteria surrounding them.
The book is meticulous and well researched. There i... read more
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Manufacturer: Creation Books
Release date: 4 January 1996
ISBN-10 : 1871592208 | ISBN-13: 9781871592207
Film (1), Death (1)
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Azathoth posted a review 6 years ago

Snuff...or not

“This book examines death in film and whether snuff exists or not.

It starts with fictional snuff in fiction movies, including 'Snuff'(1976), 'Peeping Tom'(1960), and 'Emanuelle In America'(1976). It moves on to death in mondo films, real and fake. Lastly is a section on death in media, snuff films, and the hysteria surrounding them.

The book is meticulous and well researched. There is a ton of info on all subjects included and it's all well written. You can tell the authors put alot of time and effort into this book.

Does this book solve the mystery of the existence of snuff? The authors seem to suggest that it is highly unlikely that it exists.

But then again, if you had seen a real, illegal snuff film would you admit it? Aside for Charlie Sheen (” read more