Slaughtered Vomit Dolls

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The gruesome tapestry of psychological manifestations of a nineteen year old bulimic runaway stripper-turned prostitute as she descends into a hellish pit of satanic nightmares and hallucinations.


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  • Aug 10, 2013
    This is not even a film. It's junk. Everything about this so called film is bad. There's no story line, no acting. simply unwatchable. Being a fan of the most disturbing films out there, this one is rubbish.
    Sylvester K Super Reviewer
  • May 31, 2011
    <font size="2" color="red" face="courier"><B>! - QUITE POSSIBLY THE WORST, MOST OFFENSIVE "MOVIE" EVER MADE -- NOT A RECOMMENDATION -- JUST A CURIOSITY - !</B> </font> <div style="width:175px;"><a href=""><img src="" border="0"/></a><div style="text-align:center;font-size:10px;"><a href=""></a> </div></div> <B><I>SLAUGHTERED VOMIT DOLLS</I> (2006)</B> Direct To Video; Kingdom of Hell Productions WRITTEN AND DIRECTED BY: Lucifer Valentine FEATURING: Ameara Lavey, Pig Lizzy and Maja Lee GENRE: HORROR ODYSSEY / SHOCK TAGS: mondo trasho, gross-out, rampant full-frontal <B>PLOT:</B> A bulimic teen makes a pact with the devil in this non-sensical odyssey of <I>ICK!</I>. COMMENTS: Despite it's feature length and cult following, <I>Slaughtered Vomit Dolls</I> is not really a movie at, just a collage of clips. It was not structured to make any sort of sense, nor was it intended to be taken seriously. Regrettably, there does not appear to have been enough thought behind it to consider that it might be a joke on the audience,e as was the case with Any Warhol's notorious, <I>Sleep</I> (1963). Of course, I wanted to write about it as a joke. I was going to begin with an intro stating something to the effect that I always try to recommend good cinema. But conscience won't let me play that joke on you. The movie is really that bad. Abused teen Angela flees home, is sheltered by a lecherous priest, and sexually exploited by all she meets. Think <I>Candy</I> (1968), by Christian Marquand and Buck Henry, based on Terry Southern's (<I>Dr. Strangelove</I>) novelized parody of Voltaire's, <I>Candide</I>. Only with mangled vignettes, jump cuts, smash cuts, blood, simulated violence, gore, heaving breasts, full frontal nudity, incoherent babbling, dancing bears., Nazism, and of course vomit. Lots of it. Minus the clever plot of <I>Candy</I>. OK, just kidding about the dancing bears and Nazism, but suffice it to say, <I>Slaughtered Vomit Dolls</I> makes Doors lead singer Jim Morrison's UCLA film studies student project look like <I>Citizen Kane</I>. Anyway, back to the "plot," (or lack of it.) Drug addicted, alcoholic, and repeatedly used as a sexual bucket, a fed-up Angela refutes all worldly good, and makes a pact with Satan in return for His protection. It doesn't work out well. After setting fire to the priest's church, Angela descends into stripping and prostitution, merely spiraling ever more furiously hell-bound, with lots of blood, gore, heaving breasts, full frontal nudity, vomit of course, and- oh wait, we already covered that. Yup. That's about it. Eye gouge scenes, raving girls rolling on the floor in religious mania, and naked strippers who Valentine recruited from the local roadhouse. Hot, deranged, tormented, supple, quivering naked strippers covered with red corn syrup, sticking their fingers down their throats and retching on a glass table positioned over an upturned camera. Apparently Lucifer Valentine, is a film student with access to cameras, lights, makeup, and little in the way of clever ideas. He set out to make the ultimate work of shock value pop "art." As pop "art," it does indeed reflect via abstract expressionism, a survey of contemporary superficial counter-cultural values: sex, drugs, rock and roll, violence, and nihilism. But so does a drive though Southeast LA. Valentine certainly succeeded in making the most deliberately offensive, ridiculous, non-nonsensical picture he could. Only my most proudly deviant weirdo friends will want to see <I>Slaughtered Vomit Dolls</I>, the first entry in Valentine's <I>Vomit Gore Trilogy</I>. (Yes, that's right, there are three of these movies. The next two entries are the 2009 <I>ReGOREgitated Sacrifice</I>, and <I>Slow Torture Puke Chamber</I> [2010] ). Yow! All others avoid at all costs. <div style="width:120px;font-size:10px;text-align:center;"></div><a href=""><img src="" border="0" /></a><div style="font-size:10px;width:120px;text-align:center;"><a href=""><I>Slaughtered Vomit Dolls</I></a> - trailer</div>
    Pamela D Super Reviewer
  • Oct 16, 2007
    This is baaad. Forget the bad concept for a second, as hard as that is, and let it be known that the editing, directing, acting, lighting, shot compostion and simple storytelling is as bad as I've ever seen. This whole extreme cinema bullshit is starting to piss me off. I love extreme cinema! Irreversible, I Stand Alone, Baise Moi, Funny Games, Piano Teacher, Cannibal Holocaust...fuck, the list is endless of stuff I love that people may think I'm sick for. But this shit? You gotta be fuckin' kidding me? To call this a movie is really stretching the definition of movie, it's the equivalent of filming a disgusting bowel movement and writing a threadbare story around it...oh no, I hope I haven't given any extreme horror filmmakers any ideas for their next films. The worst.
    Christopher B Super Reviewer

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