It seems today that young directors are competing amongst themselves to push the envelope on gore. I saw two movies recently that went past the envelope. Hobo With A Shotgun-There must be dozens of scenes in which somebody is blown apart, or has a body part dismembered in very graphic detail. And then there's the scene where, after a school bus full of kids is torched by one of the villains, a charred skeleton of one of the kids is displayed. Inside-A movie from France about a woman who goes on a rampage to get a baby from a woman who is still pregnant, because she lost her own baby in a car accident involving the other woman. You don't want to know how she finally gets the baby, and this is after her face is scalded by the expectant mother.