The Worst of Faces of Death (1987)

Director
John Alan Schwartz

Main cast
Michael Carr

Genres
Horror, Documentary

Description
Includes many disturbing highlights from the first three Faces of Death films, such as animal slaughtering, executions, and more. (IMDb)


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