Mark Kermode reviews Society (1989) | BFI Player reviews

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“Brilliantly satirical slice of subversive body horror.” Watch Society on BFI Player (UK only): https://buff.ly/2WItR4X

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  1. Adam Peters

    I love this film. But everyone I show it to hates it.

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  2. Kittipob Glanarongran

    This movie is the horror and comedy film. The Group Monster in Bevery Hill. Billy he was tried to find something in his family and neighborhood.

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  3. HeadmasterRitual77

    and now we'll get to the bottom of this ↪

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  4. fuzzy_pickles

    what a strange mood in this movie, till the end, which is insane.

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  5. Hayden Garin

    I watched this with my lady about a year ago . The last 30 minutes or so 🤢🤮🤮 she still hasn’t forgiven me .

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  6. Thomas Zizzo

    Brian Yunza's enduring masterpiece isn't saying much… but I really do love this movie

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  7. The Tired Horizon

    I was 13 when I watched this taped off the TV. Wasnt until a few years ago when I started to wonder if the script was related to the stories told about Holywood elite (eg Cory Haim, Weinstein)

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  8. somthingbrutal

    never a more aptly named effects man

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  9. CACCA DI MIELE

    this need a remake now. I know the horror movie today are not like this anymore but…this is gonna be rebaked…maybe Tim Burton would do it.

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  10. Lars Sandnes

    Had the pleasure of speaking with Brian Yuzna at a film festival where he screened an orginial print of Re-Animator as well as Society. Great stuff.

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  11. Chris shak

    Because of what it means…the endless double-meanings satire on almost all of humanity and almost all societies in the world this rivals Citizen Kane and The Godfather. This could be my favourite film of all time.

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  12. Garry Baldy

    It's not a bloody masterpiece, Mark. Unless you're saying it's Brian Yuzna's masterpiece, which isn't saying much. It's certainly no Re-Animator.

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  13. Rage Against My Hairline

    I watched it when I was 11 years old. Needless to say, it didn't have quite the same visceral impact when I re-watched it at 38. I did appreciate the allegory, gags, and sinister vibe a wee bit more as an adult, though. Great horror film. Up there with Naked Lunch and Videodrome as one of my favourite surreal horror films.

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  14. Harjinder Saini

    This film disturbed me to no end but was also hypnotic. The last 30 minutes were like WTF !!! And I just had to keep watching to the end

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  15. Falbert Forester

    I really don't care for horror films, but Mark, you've almost got me interested enough to watch this one.

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  16. Capgungoesbang

    Very relevant! This is essential viewing, in my opinion.

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  17. Kirk R

    It's an ok film but I think you're overstating it a little. Maybe I should see it again.

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  18. Simon Bird

    This film is long overdue the recognition it deserves

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