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PostSubject: Have any of you seen Village of Doom?   Mon Feb 27, 2017 12:43 am

It's a very good horror film about a mass murderer in Japan.

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PostSubject: Re: Have any of you seen Village of Doom?   Sun Oct 01, 2017 10:26 am

" an emotionally distraught young man goes on a violent killing spree after his tuberculosis keeps him from serving in World War II and is frowned upon by his fellow villagers."

Sounds good.
I will have too watch it sometime.
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PostSubject: Re: Have any of you seen Village of Doom?   Sun Oct 22, 2017 10:45 pm

Here are the scenes of the actual shooting, courtesy YouTube's favorite mass shooting obsessive, Cannibalwolf:
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It's a very good horror film about a mass murderer in Japan.
The mass murderer in question being, Mutsuo Toi, the original "I deserve sex!" killer. From Wikipedia:

Mutsuo Toi (都井 睦雄 Toi Mutsuo, March 5, 1917 – May 21, 1938) was born in Okayama Prefecture to well-off parents. His parents died of tuberculosis when he was a baby, so he and his sister were brought up by their grandmother. He was originally outgoing, but at the age of 17 he became socially withdrawn after his sister married in 1934. He was interested in the story of Sada Abe, the prostitute who, in May 1936, strangled her lover then severed his penis. He had started writing a novel, Yūtokaiōmaru (雄図海王丸).[citation needed] He took part in "Yobai" (夜這い) or "night-crawling", a rural custom which involved creeping into young women's bedrooms during the night to seek sexual intercourse.[3]
From his suicide notes it appears that after May 1937 when he was diagnosed as suffering from tuberculosis, the young women in the village rejected his sexual advances.

Toi left several long notes which revealed that he was concerned about the social impact of his tuberculosis, which in the 1930s was an incurable fatal illness. He felt that his female neighbours became cold towards him once they knew of his illness, and that he was despised as hypersexual, and he also stated in the notes that neighbours insulted and treated him badly after he was found to have tuberculosis. For revenge, he decided to enter their homes and kill them. He waited for the time when the women returned to their houses. The authorities were concerned, and his gun license was revoked. He however prepared swords and guns secretly. He regretted that he would not be able to shoot some people he wanted to, as that would have involved killing people he regarded as innocent. He also wrote that he killed his grandmother because he could not bear leaving her alive to face the shame and social stigma that would be associated with a "murderer's grandmother".

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PostSubject: Re: Have any of you seen Village of Doom?   Tue Nov 14, 2017 2:07 pm

I want to see the full movie but haven't yet.

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