Pigman: The Series is the story of Brian "Pigman" Quaca, a true-blue original and a character at the core, given to a rough and tough hunting lifestyle aimed at entertaining the masses with his different take on traditional hunting television. Willing to take a hog by any legal means necessary, the endeavors and travels undertaken by Pigman send him all across the world with a determined sense to change the way people look at outdoor film.
Viewers shouldn't be confused though; although Pigman's relentless approach to killing hogs is how he earned his name, it is a simple misnomer that hogs and javelinas are the only animals this man is willing to take down. From whitetails in Kansas to turkeys in New Jersey to red stag in New Zealand, Pig Man is a versatile hunter.
Runtime: 30 minutes
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The Guinea Pig films (ギニーピッグ, Ginī Piggu) are a series of six controversial Japanese horror films from the 1980–90s. The series achieved global notoriety mostly for the first two films as the producer needed to prove that nobody was actually hurt or murdered. The producer Hideshi Hino's original concept was to create a film adaptation of his manga work. The tapes gained notoriety in Japan during the late 1980s and early 1990s when the sixth film of the series (Devil Woman Doctor) was found showcased in the 5,763 videotape collection of Japanese serial killer Tsutomu Miyazaki. It was erroneously reported originally as being the second film of the series. It was widely but mistakenly believed that Miyazaki re-enacted a scene from the second film as a part of his crimes. Because of the initial controversy surrounding the series, the series went out of production in Japan. However, the entire series has since been reissued on DVD in the United States, the Netherlands, the UK, and Austria. In 1991, the films received additional media attention when film personality Chris Gore met actor Charlie Sheen and gave him a copy. Sheen then watched Flowers of Flesh and Blood and, mistaking it for a genuine snuff film, contacted the FBI to report it. FBI agent Dan Codling informed them that the FBI and the Japanese authorities were already investigating the filmmakers, who were repeatedly interviewed by the Japanese police and eventually summoned to court to prove that the special effects were indeed fake. The 1989 Japanese splatter film Lucky Sky Diamond is often mis-attributed to the Guinea Pig series as Guinea Pig: Lucky Sky Diamond, but is, in fact, unrelated to the series.
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In 2002, the now-defunct German company Devil Pictures released a region-free, limited-edition box set which collected the six feature films, the Making of Guinea Pig documentary, and the previously-unreleased Making Of Devil Woman Doctor. Each set was individually numbered (from 1 to 3000) and also contained a T-shirt and a poster depicting the box art from The Devil's Experiment. In spite of its name (“Guinea Pig - The Complete Series”), the set did not include Slaughter Special. United States In 2005, the US company Unearthed Films released the first truly complete box set with all six features, both Making Of documentaries, Slaughter Special and Guinea Pig's Greatest Cut. The set also had many extra features, including the manga on which Mermaid In A Manhole is based on. Unearthed Films has also released the movies as double features, and included reversible cover art featuring the original Japanese covers.
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