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Another Hole In The Head

Blood, Guts, Gore, and MUCH More!

For the demented, warped, and generally twisted living in San Francisco, the month of June is a special time. Another Hole in the Head is back with an assortment of some of the most bizarre, blood spurting, and eclectic films that will likely never see a multiplex. If you don’t find blood exploding out of someone’s head after running afoul of a zombie run amok, this film festival is likely not for you. However, if the aforementioned blood geyser has you cackling to the point of giving yourself a seizure, carpe diem!

Here are a few demented ones worth taking in:

The Machine Girl
A young, Japanese schoolgirl leads a tough life with her brother following the death of her parents. Bullied by a young gang of Yakuza thugs, her brother falls to her death. Lesson learned. NEVER incur the wrath of an innocent looking Japanese schoolgirl! She goes on a rampage of epic proportions. Her uncaged rage knows no boundaries as even the loss of a limb can’t stop her from filling yakuza members with hundreds and thousands of bullets from her "machine" arm. Heads will explode. Flesh will fly. Blood will erupt in the wake of The Machine Girl.
Rating: 3.5 out of 5 stars

Exte:Hair Extensions
Talk about a BAD hair day! A few cargo containers from China are filled with tons of human hair. Amidst this hair is a dead woman. An autopsy reveals her body is filled with hair. One of the morgue workers with an odd fetish for hair steals the hair filled corpse and in short order the hair fills his apartment. In short order, the hair runs amok claiming victims more quickly than a barber can cut locks. This one will creep out even the toughest horror fans. This one will make you want to shave and wax.
Rating: 3.75 out of 5 stars

The Wild Man of Navidad
From the producer of the original The Texas Chainsaw Massacre comes another film "loosely" based on strange events that took place in Texas. Shot in a fashion not entirely dissimilar from The Texas Chainsaw Massacre, this film retells a rural legend about a community terrorized by a strange creature that haunted the nearby woods. As if living in backwoods Texas wasn’t challenging enough! Inundated with gore and some of the most ridiculously inspired dialogue, The Wild Man of Navidad is a horror fanatic’s delight!
Rating: 4 out of 5 stars

For those looking to get their gore on Another Hole In The Head will the aforementioned and much more at the Roxie New College Film Center (3117 16th Street @ Valencia) in San Francisco from 6/5 though 6/21. For program details, schedule, and ticket information, reference: