Rest in peace, Ameara Lavey aka Brandy Petrie

It is with great sadness we must report that indie horror actress Ameara Lavey, aged 34, died in Langley, British Columbia on September 1, in a tragic double homicide. Lavey's real name was Brandy Petrie and she is wellknown for three films directed by Lucifer Valentine; "ReGOREgitated Sacrifice", "Slow Torture Puke Chamber" and "Slaughtered Vomit Dolls" "When officers arrived, they found a man and woman suffering from gunshot wounds. The female victim, identified Tuesday as 34-year-old Brandy Petrie, died at the scene, while 20-year-old Avery Levely-Flescher died in hospital.", according to CTV News. Read full article here  ...

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HorrorFAIL: The Vomit Gore Trilogy (Conclusion)

Nick Peron finishes The Vomit Gore Trilogy this week. Read on for his finale. It sounds like he is ok, but at what costs.

For those who haven’t been paying attention I’ve been subjecting myself to Lucifer “Lucy” Valentine’s Vomit Gore Trilogy, which is a title that requires a spoiler alert. By this point I have watched the first two in the trilogy Slaughtered Vomit Dolls and reGOREgitated Sacrifice, both of which bored me to no end.

Ladies and gentlemen, here I stand in front of my television, it’s cheap Wal-Mart brand flat screen generating enough heat to warm my mostly naked body (I state this for any ladies reading, you’re welcome). In my hand is the last disc of the Vomit Gore Trilogy, with it’s crude crayon drawing of a grasshopper on the case. There are three things running through my mind right
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HorrorFAIL: The Vomit Gore Trilogy (Part 2 of 3)

Nick Peron is a man that finishes what he started. Instead of stopping at the first entry of The Vomit Gore Trilogy, he continues on. He concludes this trilogy next Thursday.

We are back again for another edition of HorrorFAIL, with the second of our three part series looking at Lucifer Valentine’s Vomit Gore Trilogy. Here’s a quick recap: Back in 2008 I had the “pleasure” of watching Valentine’s first film Slaughtered Vomit Dolls, a nonsensical mess that involved blood and gore, and real honest-to-goodness vomiting. It was so boring me and the girl I was dating at the time ended up having sex during the course of the film.

Upon hearing that it was the first part of a trilogy of films I thought what a better selection for my HorrorFAIL series here at Destroy the Brain. Let’s take a look at Lucifer’s (or Lucy
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Vomit Gore Trilogy (2006 - 2010)

Directed by: Lucifer Valentine

Written by: Lucifer Valentine

Part I: Slaughtered Vomit Dolls

Most folks don't want to watch a movie called Slaughtered Vomit Dolls. Even fans of torture porn raise an eyebrow at that middle word - Vomit - and that's what makes the concept hilarious. Lucifer Valentine turns the sub genre on its head by adding an element of stark reality into the somewhat disturbing "hoot and holler" attitude of its fans - they're unable to high five one another during the fictional special effects kills because those hands are too busy covering eyes and plugging ears at the sound of another person puking their guts. When you hear someone throw up, it makes you want to throw up too - I've held womens' hair while they've done so drunkenly, and to avoid looking like a total wuss you need to go to your "happy place" to tune
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Nun Of That, Before The Fall and more DVD news

  • Fangoria
Alternative Cinema sent along word that it will release Nun Of That (pictured left), the latest from Splatter Disco and Beyond The Dunwich Horror director Richard Griffin. It arrives on special-edition DVD January 12 under the Camp Motion Pictures banner.

Nun Of That, which we last covered here, stars Sarah Nicklin as Sister Kelly Wrath, a young lady of the cloth who returns from the dead to wreak vengeance on the mobsters who killed her and other miscreants as part of the Order of the Black Habit. Co-starring Alexandra Cipolla, Shanette Wilson, Ruth Sullivan, Rich Tretheway, Brandon Luis Aponte, Michael Reed, Fangoria Radio’s Debbie Rochon and Lloyd Kaufman (as the Pope!), the movie will be supplemented by:

Audio commentary by Griffin and actor Ricardo Rebelo Audio commentary by producer Ted Marr “Breaking the Habit: The Making of Nun Of That” half-hour documentary Original Nun Of That short film Exploitation trailer
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