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PostSubject: Worst movie ever   Worst movie ever Icon_minitimeFri Apr 23, 2010 1:27 pm

I always love to discuss bad movies, so I decided to start a new thread about the subject.

When I was younger, I collected horror/splatter movies. There were many strange movies that defied classification that for some reason were always lumped in to the horror section. "Eraserhead" is such a movie, This weird flick is totally impossible to understand, and I dare say that no one can actually say if they like it or not, it just leaves you numb! And that brings me to my worst movie ever entry, a movie that was probably somewhat inspired by 'Eraserhead', but is 10 times more weird; The Japanese movie "Tetsuo" (aka "Tetsuo: The Iron Man") from 1989:

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Synopsis (from Wikipedia)

The film opens with a man (called only "the man", or the "Metal Fetishist"), cutting open a massive gash in his leg and then shoving a large threaded steel rod into the wound. Later, upon seeing maggots festering in the wound, he screams, runs out into the street, and is hit by a car. The driver of the car, dressed as a Japanese Salaryman (cult actor Taguchi Tomorowo), and his girlfriend try to cover up the mess by dumping the body into a ravine, but the dumped man gets revenge by forcing the Salaryman's body to gradually metamorphose into a walking pile of scrap metal. This process starts when the driver finds a piece of metal stuck in his cheek while shaving. He tries to remove it, but realizes it is growing from the inside.

The scene shifts to the Salaryman at his home having breakfast, with a bandage over his cheek. The Salaryman receives a phone call, consisting of nothing but him and the other speaker (possibly his girlfriend) continuously saying "Hello?" to each other and thinking back to having sex after dumping the Metal Fetishist.

The first of several highly stylized chase scenes starts with the driver pursued through an underground train station by a woman whose body has been taken over by the Metal Fetishist. The Salaryman seems to win this encounter by breaking the back of the radically transformed woman (she begins the sequence as a demure office worker and ends it as a wild metal-infected woman) after he has erupted with even more metal on his ankles and arm.

The next segment is a terrifying dream sequence where the Salaryman's girlfriend, transformed into an exotic dancer with a snake-like metal probe, terrorizes and rapes the Salaryman. After waking from this dream, the Salaryman and his girlfriend have sex at his apartment and eat erotically. As she eats each bite given to her, he hears the sounds of metal scraping. The Salaryman suddenly discovers his penis has mutated into a gargantuan power drill. A fight ensues where the Salaryman terrorizes his girlfriend, and acquires more and more metal on his body. She both fights back and in the end impales herself on his drill and dies.

Helpless to do anything, The Salaryman (now having become the Iron Man) is paid a visit by the Metal Fetishist. The Fetishist uses his power to terrorize not only Iron Man, but turns his cats into grotesque metal creatures, and comes in through the corpse of his dead girlfriend and shows him the vision of a "New World" of nothing but metal. The Iron Man flees and is followed by the Metal Fetishist into an abandoned building. After the Metal Fetishist explains to the Iron Man how both of them became what they are, a final battle ensues. The Iron Man ends by attempting to merge himself with the Fetishist into a horrific two-headed metal monster. The two agree to turn the whole world into metal and rust it, scattering it into the dust of the universe by claiming "Our love can put an end to this smurfing world. Let's Go!" The duo charges through the streets of Japan. The film ends with the words "GAME OVER" as opposed to "The End" after the closing credits.