Mai-chan’s Daily Life, Vore Gore and ROT are coming to Home Video via TetroVideo on July
This July, TetroVideo will be releasing the splatter erotic japanese film Mai-chan’s Daily Life: The Movie (Japan – 2014) by Sado Satō, the anthology extreme film Vore Gore (2021) and the punk horror film ROT directed by Marcus Koch in 1999.
ROT is the first title of Tetro Underground, a line dedicated to all the underground films produced until 1999, with tons of titles never officially released before. The film comes on DVD + Amaray + vintage looking slipcase.
The three titles will be available for pre-order on July.
Written and directed by Sado Satō, Mai-chan’s Daily Life: The Movie is a splatter/erotic film based on the popular manga by Uziga Waita who supervised the film.
The Mai-chan’s Daily Life: The Movie artwork is by the italian comic artist Claudio Montalbano (Editoriale Aurea, Sergio Bonelli Editore, Editions Soleil).
Mai-chan’s Daily Life: The Movie is a diabolical splatter and gore comedy that takes fetish violence to shocking new extremes. The story centers on a girl who has the power to regenerate.
Synopsis: Miyako responds to an advertisement for a live-in maid, and is given a job alongside the alluring Mai-chan. The young woman quickly learns that housecleaning is the least of her duties, as the master and his wife use the maids as toys in their erotic fantasies.
Since Mai-chan possesses the uncanny ability to recover from any injury, no matter how severe, all their violent desires are indulged. Soon Miyako will find herself actively involved in Mai-chan’s horrific destruction and miraculous resurrection.
The film stars An Koshi, Miyako Akane, Shôgo Maruyama, Chiyoko Nameless and Soaco Roman.
Vore Gore is an extreme horror anthology film about vorarephilic fantasies often connected with sexual masochism. Vorarephilia (ore vore for short) is an uncommon paraphilia characterized by the erotic desire to be consumed by, or to personally consume another person or creature.
The film features nine horror/extreme segments directed by the best international artists working in independent horror/extreme cinema and that offer a morbid vision of this atypical sexual arousal.
Vore Gore includes stories directed by Domiziano Cristopharo (House of Flesh Mannequins), Mikel Balerdi (Larva Mental), Irene Jones Baruffetti (Nightmare Symphony), Lorenzo Zanoni (Ill: Final Contagium), Poison Rouge (American Guinea Pig: Sacrifice), Emanuele Marchetto (XXX: Dark Web), Patrick Fortin (Carnival of Gore), White Gardenia (XXX: Dark Web) and Dario Almerighi (7 Sins).
Titles of the segments:
- “Mouth” by Mikel Balerdi;
- “Sweet as Honey” by Emanuele Marchetto;
- “Finger Licking Good” by Lorenzo Dante Zanoni;
- “Please, not in My Mouth” by Poison Rouge;
- “Italian Ladies Do It Better” by Irene Jones Baruffetti;
- “Infernal Gluttony 2” by Patrick Fortin;
- “Yummy Fur” by Whit Gardenia (Daniel Valient & Cherokee Nevin);
- “Stretching” by Domiziano Cristopharo;
- “The Egg” by Dario Almerighi
ROT is a punk horror film directed by FX legend Marcus Koch, the special effects artist of American Guinea Pig: Bouquet of Guts and Gore, Circus of the Dead, We Are Still Here, Frankenstein Created Bikers and the director of American Guinea Pig: Bloodshock.
ROT is the second feature film from Marcus Koch and it’s an amazing example of punk horror movies to spawn out of the 80’s and 90’s.
Synopsis: Sarah has contracted a deadly virus called the ROT which she got by having sex with a corpse and now she has passed it along to Muzzy, her boyfriend. Now they are slowly rotting to death and must find a way to cure themselves before they rot away into nothing, or even worse, create a massive world-wide epidemic.
The man responsible for their living death is Dr. Robert Olsen, a deranged scientist who used to work for the government’s germ warfare research division.
ROT stars Billy Scam, Tiffany Stinky and Joel D. Wynkoop
Vore Gore and ROT artworks are by Shin Nagai.
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