We’re
entering a new age here at CHUD, with a refreshed stable of writers, a
re-energized concentration of efforts, and a focus on consistent,
knowledge-backed fun. To ring in this new era for the site we wanted to
bring you a truly special, truly memorable, truly incredible list that
characterizes what CHUD is about, and we think we’ve cooked up just the
thing.


BODILY FUNCTION JUNCTION
The 25 Grossest, Most Execrable Moments in Film.

We’re
here to explore the most depraved, flinch-worthy, vomit-inducing (or
vomit-involving) moments ever put to film. We’re not interested in
simple gore and viscera here… We’re looking for the shittiest, pusiest,
cummiest, pukeiest, piss-filled scenes in the history of
motion-pictures. Some will be huge, some will be small, but they’ll all
be gross. We’ve also put an unprecedented amount of effort into
pre-planning, scheduling, and dividing the effort for this list, so
expect it to hit you every one of the next 25 weekdays (with a number of
special surprises planned for the weekends!).


So without further
ado, grab your nearest complimentary airsick bag (or maybe just a whole
trashcan) and jump into CHUD’s newest list.


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DAY 19

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THE MOVIE?


Rabid Dogs (Cani arrabbiati; aka Kidnapped) (1974)

When it comes to depravity in Italian genre cinema, Mario Bava was eclipsed in deviance by many of his brethren, like Dario “watch my daughter fuck” Argento and Lucio “eyeball mutilation fetish” Fulci, but it certainly wasn’t for lack of ability on Bava’s part. Dude could deliver when the occasion called. And the occasion (and nature) called in Rabid Dogs, Bava’s somewhat under-appreciated dip into the crime thriller genre. Unreleased theatrically until 1997 due to a legal clusterfuck, the film tells the story of three criminals on the run, with a female hostage, who hijack a man trying to get his sick son to the hospital, forcing the man to drive them out of the city.


THE GROSS?



Two thugs force a woman to pee while standing up for their amusement.


WHO DOES IT COME OUT OF?


 
Maria (Lea Lander), the young woman taken hostage by the criminals. The poor gal attempts to escape when released from the car for a pee break. Two of the criminals catch up with her and decide she should still take that pee break. She doesn’t want to, but they get very persuasive…


“Pees, pees.”


WHERE DOES IT GO?



All over her legs, feet, and the ground.



ANY CASUALTIES?




Just her panties, which they make her wipe with, and then discard. 


HOW GROSS IS IT?

While the moment lacks the awesomely comical stream power of Beloved, the spattery leg coating aspect here is more unpleasant. What really defines the scene is the context, with the two goons laughing cruelly, and then eventually becoming incredibly turned on by the urination, making the kinds of a creepy/goofy sex faces only 70’s Italian men can make.

 


The scene definitely echoes the similar forced urination scene from Last House on the Left, but my money goes to this one. It is less expected.

Today’s installment written by Joshua Miller

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