The Ghouls (2003)
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Low budget indie horror about a freelance videor who searches the streets looking for a news story to record whether it's a brutal murder scene, a suicide attempt... or even a sewer-dwelling cannibal clan that stalks the city streets at night looking for a meal. It's pretty grim natured and gory at times - the opening scene of actual news footage of a guy blowing his brains out with a rifle after unsuccessfully setting himself on fire kicks things off, then we get sporadic moments of blood and gore from gut-munching to skinning, but it's not super-gory or grotesque. I also enjoyed seeing Joseph Pilato in a small cameo who plays another foul-mouthed bastard character similar to his portrayal of Captain Rhodes in "Day of the Dead". I thought the film was well enough made given it's budget constraints and I found the film to be good overall. If you're use to modern independent horror that's dark and pulls no punches then check it out.
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