Amazon was once a once a great source for independent, cutting-edge films that pushed boundaries—and gag reflexes. But new restrictions on extreme content combined with YouTube’s demonetization of horror-related content has turned once fertile wellsprings into desert wastelands for genre fans. Indeed, extreme content is always difficult to find, as most popular streaming platforms keep content curated in order to appease advertisers.
Unearthed Films is stepping in to fill the void. Considering this studio is home to the shockers A Serbian Film and Jessica Cameron’s Truth or Dare, you know they’re legit!
Per Morbidly Beautiful:
Many of these titles have eluded fans searching for streaming content, in large part because other VOD platforms have refused to carry these controversial films — heavily censoring their content and limiting the options for us fans. But in comes [Unearthed Founder Stephen] Biro, addressing this issue and creating this much-needed channel, promising to cater to the more bloodthirsty of fans with frequently added content.
From films focusing on Serial Killers — like Atroz, Lex Ortega’s murderous rampage in Mexico City, and Phil Stevens’ gritty and filthy Flowers — to Todd Sheets’ exploitation excellence with Dreaming Purple Neon and the relentless body horror of American Guinea Pig: Bloodshock via Marcus Koch, The Unearthed Films Extreme Horror Channel on Vimeo has you covered.
For an extra-disgusting serving of blood and guts, head on down to Unearthed on Vimeo, HERE.