The Painting of Horror (found horror film; 1994)


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The Painting of Horror
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Status Found
Date found Unknown
Found by Komrads

The Painting of Horror is a 1994 horror film directed by G.W. Lawrence and distributed by Wave Video. It was released on a rare VHS copy of 'The Kind of Meat You Can't Buy at the Store'.

Plot

The film revolves around two girls who find a framed painting of a deformed Necronomicon in a flat cardboard box labelled "Christine Polk". One girl takes a closer look, pokes at it, and the painting eats her alive with its oversized tongue. Half of the movie is fetish fuel, with girls changing into lingerie, giving the creepy old man from 'The Mummy's Dungeon' a lap dance, and another dancing behind an umbrella, ending the whole movie overall.

Found

The film was found by 'Komrads' on Veehd, though the date of finding is unknown.

The Painting of Horror

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Markiegee50X

15 months ago
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This looks bad
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Flashbcaks

14 months ago
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this is spectacularly bad like... holy shit... its legit just mostly the two girls trying to be "sexy". there isnt even really a conclusion, it just ends on a girl doing strip-tease :u
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Anonymous user #1

14 months ago
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All of Wave's titles should be lost for good. Bad movies are one thing but their output I consider flat-out fraud. No plots, no scripts...they're basically home video improv built on the title alone, which is why the camera silently leering on someone's body can comprise up to 90% of their "film's" <60 minute run time (seriously!).

Wave would churn these out in an afternoon then sell them for $29.99 in their catalog to poor suckers who thought they were getting something resembling a "movie". That's taking exploitation to a new level!
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Anonymous user #2

14 months ago
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Weird - I found the Wave title "Trapped" on VHS last week at a book store....the above description is very accurate. Shots of a person's body seemed to go on for a half hour at a time.

However I don't know if this is lost or ever was, Wave still offers their titles for sale on DVD.
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Coyoteugly

14 months ago
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http://www.w...t.php?ID=258

As I figured, this was never lost, or even out of print as far as I can tell. Wave has been offering a catalog on the net since the '90s and very likely in print beforehand. I wouldn't even consider it as ever having been "rare", as i bet the VHS was available for right up until the DVD version was made.
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MLF

14 months ago
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Ahh. I haven't found out till now. What a swell site!
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Anon

8 months ago
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I think I better add a LMW page for all the brain cells that went missing after watching this video
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Skwingsfan

5 months ago
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I stumbled across a flea market find of over 20 of these tapes a few months ago. The original vhs copies are actually a bit tough to come by. In the last couple months i have sold 3/4 of what i have and the prices have ranged from $125 to $276 per tape!! Yes the movies and plots are terrible but if you're looking for that then you're not getting the point. They were meant to be weird fetish films, no more, no less. And if this isn't your thing, then yes, these movies are gonna suck.
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Anonymous user #3

3 months ago
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It is missing half of the feature.

The original "movie" is around 40 minutes long.
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