T.V. Sphincter Trailer

T.V. Sphincter Trailer (1987)

05 September 1987 Factual 118 mins

The sequel to Film Threat founder Chris Gore's video mixtape Cathode Fuck, T.V. Sphincter focuses more on death, sex, and the bizarre, similar in style to a Mondo/Death film.

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