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Since the Starz documentary I watched yesterday was so good, I figured that I would try my luck at another.

Alas, it was not to be, as my stomach was a bit too weak for this one.

Called In the Gutter, this documentary was looking at which gross-out films/comedies pushed the envelope, and featured interviews and movie clips from films that really made a ‘splash’ (eww) in the gross-out genre, with their penchant for vomit and other bodily fluids winding up all over the place. (Again – ewww…)

I got about 10 minutes in before having to call it quits. But for those of you brave souls who like these kinds of movies or would like to see how long you or your friends can manage to watch this documentary without running to the nearest toilet, here’s a more detailed summary of it from Netflix:

Movie critic Richard Roeper hosts this hilarious look at the best boundary-pushing gross-out comedies in film history, including Superbad, The Meaning of Life, Animal House, American Pie, Blazing Saddles, Porky’s and many more. Along with classic (and outrageous) film clips, this special includes interviews with John Waters, Jason Biggs, Stephen Furst, Peter Riegert, Lin Shaye and a slew of other actors, writers, directors and film critics.

I’m off to try and find another documentary… maybe one with bunnies, to try and cleanse myself from seeing the hot dog scene from Van Wilder. *shudders*


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