Deathgasm - 2015
Dark Sky & Timpson Films - 90 min.
DVD #9322225209374(AU/NZ); 4041658320313(DE); 030306821795(US/CA); 5055201831897(UK)
2D Blu-ray #9322225209534(AU/NZ); 4041658390316(DE); 030306195490(US/CA); 5055201831972(UK)
3D Blu-ray #4041658370318(DE)
3-disc set # 4041658380317(DE)
Principal Cast: Milo Cawthorne, James Blake, Kimberley Crossman, Sam Berkley, Daniel Cresswell, Delaney Tabron, Stephen Ure, Colin Moy, Jodie Rimmer.
Crew: Screenplay: Jason Lei Howden; Director of Photography: Simon Raby; Editor: Jeff Hurrell, Gareth Van Niekerk; Original Music: Joost Langeveld; Production Designer: Jane Burcknell; Costume Supervisor: Keri Wheeler; Makeup Designer: Vanessa Hurley; Art Direction: Lisa Dunn; Special Effects: Storm McCracken, Tim Wells; Visual Effects Supervisors: Johnathan Guest, Michael A. Miller; Producers: Ant Timpson, Andrew Beattie, Sarah Howden, Morgan Leigh Stewart; Director: Jason Lei Howden.
After starting their own band, Metalheads Brodie and Zakk's resentment of the suburban wasteland leads them to a mysterious piece of music said to grant Ultimate Power to whoever plays it. But the music also summons an ancient evil entity who threatens to tear apart existence itself. Their classmates and family become inhabited by demonic forces, so it's up to Brodie, Zakk and their group of friends to stop a force of pure evil from devouring all of mankind. This bloodfest is not not comparable to Peter Jackson's far better 'Braindead'. It is more in competition with David Blyth's 'Wound'. I found 'Turbo Kid' more entertaining with more substance.
Censor Rating: R - Review Rating: C-
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