Original Thai title translates as "Carve Before Tasting", but the producers are going with Meat Grinder for territories outside of Thailand.
Variety critic Derek Elley described it as a Jorge Buttgereit movie remade by Wong Kar Wai.
I'll have a review of this (and frame grabs) next week.
The premise -- a shockingly abused woman cracks and starts carving -- is right up my alley subject-wise, so I'm hanging out for my DVD to arrive.
The 2004 Zee-Oui made it clear to me that Thailand is becoming a country to be reckoned with where horror is concerned.
Throw in Art of the Devil and Nang Nak and you know these folks don't get all coy when the blood begins to flow.
On top of that, many of their films are so aesthetically rich and beautiful.
If you can get your hands on Zee-Oui before lapping up Meat Grinder, you will experience a fresh, emotionally devastating horror film. A film that elicits much sympathy for a cannibalistic child killer with terminal tuberculosis.