Reputedly even more disgusting than Centipede, Srdjan Spasojevic's notorious A Serbian Film
has tested the stomachs of even the most hardcore splatter-porn fans around the
world. In other words, don't miss it. (For more insight into ASF and its extreme-horror bretheren, see Simon Paul Augustine's essay in this week's Phoenix.) Milos, a one-time porn star, is invited
to make his comeback in a new production. It's more than he, or just about
anyone with a low tolerance for graphically gruesome (be forewarned, there's
baby rape), post-modernist, black-comic sadomasochism, bargained for. Check out our story in this week's paper and then, if you think you can stomach it, head to the Coolidge Corner Theatre, 290 Harvard St, Brookline |
Fri-Sat at midnight | $9 | 617.734.2500 | coolidge.org.