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World Movies presents ‘Films That Shocked The World’

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For those of you with cable television, and with the movies package, World Movies is having an absolutely awesome film line-up coming next month.

They are going to be setting aside a week for controversial cinema, basically the bread and butter of Monster! The films picked are ones that have been banned in countries around the world, caused lots of uproar and this is the first time they have played on Australian Television.

So here’s the line-up and the first film screening is one very near and dear to our Monster hearts.

THE HUMAN CENTIPEDE
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Monday 19 August 9.30pm
Australian Television Premiere: When their car breaks down on a roadtrip through Germany, a group of tourists are kidnapped by a mad scientist. He begins to stitch them together, in order to create a “human centipede”.

KIDS
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Tuesday 20 August 9.30pm
Australian Television Premiere: From legendary director Larry Clark comes this unflinching look at the life of New York teens. An HIV-positive boy sets out to deflower as many virgins as he can in one day, while his last victim (Chloë Sevigny) tries to stop him.

CANNIBAL HOLOCAUST
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Wednesday 21 August 9.30pm
Australian Television Premiere: A group of four documentary filmmakers experience a bloody attack at the hands of a tribe of flesh-eating cannibals. This film was so graphic that the director and producer were arrested when it was released.

DEEP THROAT
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Thursday 22 August 9.30pm
Australian Television Premiere: A young woman tries everything to cure her sexual frustration, until she discovers the key to her satisfaction is in her throat. “Deep Throat” stars Linda Lovelace, and became the most famous movie of its time.

BAISE-MOI
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Friday 23 August 9.30pm
Australian Television Premiere: After being raped and witnessing the death of a close friend, two women go on a revenge road-trip of sex and murder. Controversial for its real sex and violence, this film was banned in Australian cinemas.

Keep up to date with what World Movies have to offer at their site – worldmovies.com.au

1 Comment

  1. Bryn Tilly says:

    Salo, or 120 Days of Sodom
    A Serbian Film

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