This week, we take a dark turn into the grimy underworld of John McNaughton's tough-to-watch classic.
Not for the faint of heart, the extreme cinema label presents three of the infamous Japanese death photographer's disturbing works in two ultra-limited editions.
There is nothing enjoyable or fun about the events unfolding on-screen in MARTYRS. It is not a romp, but an ordeal, a protracted exploration of trauma and guilt. It is gutting, and it is absolutely brilliant.