TetroManiac: Confessions of a Necrophile Girl (Italy – 2022) by Domiziano Cristopharo
Voyage to Agatis (Germany – 2010) by Marian Dora
Théorie de la religion (Canada – 2010) by Frédérick Maheux
The Girl with the Cutter/Golgota (Spain – 2021) by Mikel Balerdi
TetroVideo December releases: Confessions of a Necrophile Girl, Voyage to Agatis, The Girl with the Cutter/Golgota and Théorie de la religion
This month, TetroVideo is proud to announce the releases of four extreme films. Starting today, it’s possible to pre-order the highly anticipated italian film about necrophilia TetroManiac: Confessions of a Necrophile Girl (2022) by Domiziano Cristopharo; the shocking Spanish films The Girl with the Cutter/Golgota (2021) by Mikel Balerdi; the Canadian extreme film Théorie de la religion (2010) by Frédérick Maheux and the german disturbing drama film Voyage to Agatis (2010) by Marian Dora.
All of them come in a Limited Mediabook edition (DVD + Booklet) and are available for pre-order on TetroVideo and Goredrome official websites.
TetroManiac: Confessions of a Necrophile Girl
Directed by Domiziano Cristopharo (House of Flesh Mannequins, Red Krokodil), Confessions of a Necrophile Girl is an erotic and disturbing drama film that is part of the TETROMANIAC series by TetroVideo (the shocking film series about the real stories involving criminals and serial killers) and is inspired by the true story of the American necrophile Karen Greenlee, played by Angela del Regno.
TetroManiac: Confessions of a Necrophile Girl comes in a Ultralimited Mediabook edition (Cover A and Cover B): numbered DVD + 20-page Booklet + Slipcover (limited to the pre-order customers), with English, German and French subs.
Synopsis: Karen relives the most important moments of her life through a video diary: from childhood to her first love, to the scandal about her sexual attraction for corpses.
Lorenzo Fedele (Vore Gore), Dario Almerighi (Me and the Devil), Vincenzo Paliasc, Daniele Arturi (The House Guest), Alvia Reale (Tales to tell in the Dark), Chiara Pavoni (Xpiation), Andrea Autullo (Baby Gang), Paolo Di Gialluca (7 Sins), and Mario De Lillo also star.
In the 1970s, the 20 years old Karen Greenlee worked as an apprentice embalmer at a funeral home in California. In 1979 she stole the hearse to have sex with the corpse of a 33 years old man. The woman was found days later with a long written confession where she admitted her strong sexual attraction to the corpses. She also confessed to having sex with 20 to 40 other bodies of young men.
In 1987, after a detailed interview, she changed her identity and moved to another city.
Voyage to Agatis
Voyage to Agatis (Reise nach Agatis) is a disturbing drama film written and directed by Marian Dora, the german filmmaker known for directing Cannibal and Carcinoma.
Voyage to Agatis comes in a Limited Numbered Mediabook edition (Cover A and Cover B): DVD + 20-page Booklet, with French, English and Italian subs.
Synopsis: Rafael and Isabell, a wealthy couple of perverts, lure a prostitute to a seemingly innocent yachting cruise. Unfortunately, the girl will end up humiliated and violated. But, is this the end of her desperate nightmare?
Thomas Goersch (Carcinoma), Tatjana Lommel and Janna Lisa Dombrowsky star.
The Girl with the Cutter/Golgota
The Girl with the Cutter and Golgota are two medium-lenght films available in a double feature release in collaboration with Goredrome. Both films are directed by the spanish artist Mikel Balerdi, best known for his feature debut Larva Mental.
The Girl with the Cutter and Golgota come in a limited Mediabook edition (DVD + 20-page Booklet), with English, French and Italian subs.
The Girl with the Cutter (51 min.) is an experimental art film and it’s inspired by a true story.
Cofi Valduvieux plays a tormented woman who battles the urge to cut herself. She spends her time fighting voices, having visions of a demonic version of herself and trying to figure out the best way to harm herself. With her mental suffering mounting, things start to escalate.
Golgota (26 min.) is a film about extreme body art with a very pronounced sexual component. The film is told through a series of title cards per hour. It’s 6 hours in the life of Wendy, a woman with multiple paraphilias and who has no limits.
Théorie de la religion
Théorie de la religion is the debut film by Canadian director Frédérick Maheux (Art/Crime, Ana).
The film is available in a Limited Mediabook edition: numbered DVD + 20-page Booklet + Slipcover (limited to the pre-order customers), with English, French and Italian subs.
This canadian extreme film presents 67 minutes of sexual violence committed against an inflatable doll.
Synopsis: a man finds himself alone with that obscure object of his desire. She is stunning and he will do everything that brings him pleasure. Hidden from prying eyes, in the confines of his apartment, he initiates an erotic ritual that will quench his unmentionable sadomasochistic desires. He intends to make her suffer because she is not of flesh and bone but rather plastic… Because dolls, simulacra devoid of life, make the best slaves.
Ffej, Serge De Cotret and Frédérick Maheux star.