Director J.T. Petty’s (Burrowers) ode to snuff films S&Man (pronounced sandman) arrives on DVD and Blu-ray disc on Oct. 12. The film follows Petty as he documents the life and work of an underground horror filmmaker named Eric Rost, who may or may not be killing his actresses.
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S&Man joins a growing list of films (i.e. Serbian Film, I Spit On Your Grave, Penance, Poughkeepsie Tapes) that embrace brutal violence towards women. Often times, the victims in these flicks are attractive women. That puzzles me. Why would anyone want to beat, dismember, and/or murder hot chicks? That’s like killing puppies or hating ice cream. Now fat chicks—that I could understand.
Of course, I know that watching an actress like Nikki Blonssky (pictured above) get raped and tormented in a flick would disturb moviegoers’ cocks. It would also ruin the horror and suspense because things are only interesting when they happen to good looking people—and by people I mean hot topless chicks . This fact is something I’m hoping Petty explores in S&Man when he turns on his viewers thematically and forces them to examine their demented interest in the genre.
If not, I’ll settle for nude skinny girl boobs.