Suicide Club

It begins with a bang.

Or, maybe like 54 pops, as a group of Japanese schoolgirls commit mass suicide, throwing themselves in front of a speeding train in one of the more explosive, and grisly, openings to a film.

And it just gets stranger and bloodier (if that’s possible), in the sort of what-the-Hell foreign film which helped Videoville set itself apart from other Whidbey Island movie rental establishments.

From Ichi the Killer to Irréversible to The Machine Girl, we went where the others didn’t, and that’s a vital part of our legacy.

Of course, once seen, never forgotten.

So … win?

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