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Directed by: Nacho Cerda
Starring: Pep Tosar
Country: Spain, European Cinema
Genres: Necrophilia, Gore-Gruesome-Splatter, Medical
Plot – Spoilers:
A young woman dies in a car accident and her dead body is violated in multiple ways by a necrophiliac mortuary worker. That’s it.
In 30+ minutes, Nacho Cerda created a classic effed up movie in 1994 that still can hold its own in any Top list.
Never heard of this before, it was pretty good, thanks
In my opinion, this is MUCH better than the German Nekromantik films. While they were fun exploitation romps, Aftermath has style and gives the viewer a no-frills look in to the world of necromanticism. There is no dialog, no filler, no character development, only what the subject matter suggests. Very well done film.
As always, thank you to the folks at EUM for the work you do and for hosting yet another effedup movie.
I like the way this visually looks.
I had never heard of this one before, but it was great. Straight forward and to the point. Not to mention that it actually looks real, which is a definite plus.
Thank you for uploading this EUM.
This gives new meaning to the term, “Getting all up in those guts.”
Load of crap
theres some part of it that looks real while theres some that look fake as fuck especially that scene where the worker was cutting the face to, it jiggles more than face could make it look like a doll and how he slam the body to the surface make the body look stiff and hard
The bodies don’t look real.. especially the weight. When he lifts them slightly and drops them back down.. looks inaccurate. Not a fan.. too cheesy.
The bodies look super fake obviously but how about the fact that they’re using steak knives and gardening shears instead of actual medical tools? lol
Could’ve been really good if the body was more realistic and if the necro scenes were longer with somewhat clearer view… The way it is , 4.9/10 to me
I agree with Mike up there that this is better than the Necromantik series. The gore and realism don’t 100% meet modern 40k expectations, but it has the spirit. I like how lonely it feels. It’s not true necro porn, but I don’t think it’s out to explore the possible erotic angles of necro. It’s here to shock, and I think it’s understated as much as a necro joint can be.
Also: thank you so much EUM mods for posting all the best, hardest to find movies. Echo-echo the praise, but this is a classic, and you rule for posting.
jacked off to this pretty quick
Wow. This was really well shot. The practical effects are okay, not entirely convincing, but still well done.
Almost a carbon copy of ”Flesh Meat Dolls”. I dont mind short films, because if its crap its over quickly and I dont need to sit through and hour and a half of it. This was quite good for a 90s film with some good effects. Another short film I recently watched is ”Morgue Street” ( not a request, EUM guys ) it only goes for 11 mins or so and has been banned in a few countries. Worth checking out if one is into extreme stuff. Cheers everyone!
Didnt like it
The music wasnt good some of the effects were badly poor and even the story wasnt much interesting either
U dont know me but my name’s Cy, I’m just the o hair delivery guy, and it seems to me that trees might be worth a try so I say let it groooowww
How many piles of dosh you think the filmakers got from Nikon for that primo product placement?
The most disturbing movie of all time.
The corpse had a hirsute vagina, personally not what I like. Her labia minora protrusion resembled a beef sub. I’m being particular because as a woman, it’s unappealing to see an uncomely vulva. Albeit, the realism of the cadaver prop periodically waned.
This is defintely one of my favourite episodes of Mr Bean.
I’ve heard of
a one-armed boxer
a one-hand typist
but a one-hand mortician?
EUM and Aftermath: The New Standard™
That was the definition of fucked up, great movie for the whole family!
imo full of itself and a rather empty, unfulfilling experience. some cool gore, otherwise goes exactly where you expect it to. likely made just to shock back in the day, similar to guinea pig feels without as much storytelling. would rather watch noe or the house that jack built for this sort of subject matter / imagery