Watch The First Thirteen Minutes Of Adam Mason's Single Take Horror PIG

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Watch The First Thirteen Minutes Of Adam Mason's Single Take Horror PIG
Make no mistake. Adam Mason's Pig is not for the faint at heart. This is hard, brutal stuff, the brutality driven home all the more by Mason's choice to shoot the film in a shockingly intimate, seamless, 70+ minute take. There are no breathers. There are no breaks. This drops you into the middle of madness and then leaves you there. Here's how our own Sean Smithson described it in his review:

Pig plays out scenario after scenario of increasingly violent acts, ranging from merciless physical beatings, disembowelment, cannibalism (both willing and forced), and severe degradation, as blood and other body fluids flow with trashy, humorless, sadistic glee ... There is nowhere to turn in this film, no relief, no mercy, no hope. Know this, Pig is not a film for the casual horror fan by any stretch. This is stuff by the initiated for the initiated.

The complete Pig will stream for free on April 17th here at ScreenAnarchy, at Bloody Disgusting and at Dread Central for just three hours starting at 6pm PST / 9pm EST. But to give you a taste of what you're in for, we've got the first thirteen minutes of the film for you now. Check it below.
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