I am a great believer in giving the public what it wants. After the crazy success of the first article that I wrote for this site about depraved films, I realised that I was not alone in my love for everything despicable. There were fellow film watching delinquents who were transfixed by what I would call “The World of Transgressive Cinema.”
And transgressive cinema usually means a bit of depravity. Not to everyone’s tastes admittedly, but widely sought after in some circles – horror film fans, giallo fans, arthouse fans, Eurotrash fans, Japanese and Hong Kong film lovers. Yes, there is a large percentage of us who share a love of extreme cinema.
Even if I find some of these films despicable, I still enjoy writing about them, and I love a good old debate about to follow with regards to the most depraved films in cinema history. It is a fascinating subject and I will keep bringing you depraved film upon depraved film until you are so morally outraged you hang me in effigy!
Mwah ha ha!
Note: Please be aware that the following article contains fairly strong content.
This article was first posted on February 7, 2013