Edward lees the bighead 2013

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The Bighead by Edward Lee

Who is he? What is he? An inbred homicidal pervert? A supernatural psychopath? Who or whatever he is, hes on a roll now, raging out of the Virginia backwoods and leaving in his wake a trail of blood, guts, and disgust far beyond the limits of your reckoning. Never before has a work of fiction dared to delve so deeply into the realms of perversion, sexual dementia, and bad taste.
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According to Wikipedia, The Bighead is adapted from a horror novel of the same name by writer Edward Lee, published in The book has been noted for being one of the most graphic and disturbing horror novels ever written. The townies then knock Rosie unconscious and spirit her off into the deep woods. Then, for good measure, Connor urinates on the prostitute to the delight of his beer-lapping sidekick. This is depravity. Scenes like this make me think the Motion Picture Association of America ought to consider bringing back the Production Code, although incidentally, Orson Chaplin, who plays bad boy Connor, is the grandson of Charlie Chaplin. Three good actors are caught up in this muck: P.

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The Bighead is arguably the most gruesome and sexually explicit horror novel ever written. To review such a book would be meaningless. To fans of the subgenre, it is quintessential reading. Those with a more nuanced flare towards psychological horror should avoid it at all costs. The Bighead offers up scene after scene of vomit and cringe worthy debauchery. Have I missed a scene you find particularly cringe worthy or just something inexcusably offensive?

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