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||IMDB Rating: 3.0/10 from 5,964 votes
||Release: 19 May 2009 (Netherlands) /
||Director: Uwe Boll,
||Stars: Andrew Jackson, Brad Turner, Jodelle Ferland, John Hainsworth, John Sampson, Michael Eklund, Michael Paré, Mike Dopud, Phillip Mitchell, Ralf Moeller, Thea Gill, Tyron Leitso, Vincent Walker, Will Sanderson, William 'Big Sleeps' Stewart
||Synopsis: Max Seed, a mass murderer, is scheduled for execution at the hands of Warden Wright. Before the executioner throws the switch, Wright steps in front of Seed, "Do you have any last words?" Seed, " I'll see you again." After three attempts to electrocute, complete with boiling blood that steeps from his eyes, he's still alive. The executioner, Wright & the doctor collectively agree, that the breathing Seed be pronounced dead. He is bound and buried alive. After biting & clawing his way to the surface, Seed, the blood soaked, enraged madman, is now bent on vengeance. The reign of violence that follows will redefine the boundaries of extreme gore, physical & mental torture explored through cinema. Written by Anonymous
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Ever since House of the Dead, I've actively sought out Uwe Boll films
to see just how bad they are going to be. With follow-ups Alone in the
Dark and Bloodrayne, there was an endless stream of badness to enjoy.
I'm intrigued as to how the films fail to work despite there being a
decent budget (low in Hollywood terms, but plenty to produce something
effective), some occasional attempts at interesting camera work and
genuine Hollywood talent involved. In all the films, the scripts are
undeniably terrible, and as an audience you're never drawn in because
at no stage do you care about anyone involved or anything they do. On
top of the poor script, there is usually CGI and sound design that is
quite simply not up to scratch and which therefore jars with an
audience used to Hollywood standards.
It was with this view that i went along for the unmissable fun of a
cinematic double bill of new Uwe Boll films at London's Frightfest.
Having had Grindhouse pulled from UK release thanks to the bemused US
reaction, 'Double Boll' presented the next best thing - 2 actual B-
movies in a row. Postal came first and marks Boll's first professional
foray into deliberate comedy, not very successfully, but that's another
review... Up second, was Seed - as Uwe himself said, a film aiming for
no sense of fun at all. It's essentially Uwe's entry into the current
gorno/torture porn fad, and was partly motivated by the likes of Hostel
not being as harsh as they were claiming.
The biggest shock i had during the film was when the credits rolled and
i realised i'd just had an emotional reaction to an Uwe Boll movie that
wasn't amusement or boredom. I had actually cared about the characters
and had the distinct feeling i'd just watched a proper horror film.
Don't get me wrong, this film is by no means great, but it IS, unlike
all the other Boll movies, a film that you can watch on a par with
other Hollywood b-grade horrors. With films like Hostel you've got Eli
Roth trying to make films as harsh as the old grindhouse/video nasty
films of the 70s and early 80s, but Seed would actually be more at home
in that era. It's no Texas Chainsaw, but it fits in with the original
Toolbox Murders, Maniac or Nightmares in a Damaged Brain - films that
presented real nastiness in a way that leaves you feeling, well, seedy.
Like those films, the big moments are morally questionable - many will
find the opening scenes showing real-life animal cruelty (footage
obtained from PETA) too heavy with too little purpose, but personally I
found they gave the film real edge - you lose your safety net of
Hollywood R-rated violence and feel genuine revulsion. A later scene is
a standout for on-screen nastiness and could have become one of the all
time roughest gore moments if it wasn't partly let down by a bit of
ropey CGI work. The ending too was a nice surprise and something that
mainstream horrors rarely go for these days.
Boll-haters (and there's a planet full of those) are still going to
find faults with Seed, and there are many, but it is in a class above
all his previous output, and gives me hope that he will one day turn
around his (undeniably impressive) poor reputation and produce material
that is not only acceptable, but actually genuinely enjoyable. If he
could just get his hands on a really great script who knows what could
Tags for Seed (2006) Full Movie
, Brad Turner
, Jodelle Ferland
, John Hainsworth
, John Sampson
, Michael Eklund
, Michael Paré
, Mike Dopud
, Phillip Mitchell
, Ralf Moeller
, Thea Gill
, Tyron Leitso
, Vincent Walker
, Will Sanderson
, William 'Big Sleeps' Stewart
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