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Shreck (1990)

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Roger, Neil, and Mike are horror movie fans who have a mock seance to bring Nazi psycho Max Shreck back from the dead. Unfortunately, the seance works and Shreck wreaks havoc in our time ... See full summary »

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William Lantry ...
Roger
Anthony Van Deuren ...
Neil
T.K. Malone ...
Mike
Sharon Wozniak ...
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Dan Popple ...
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James Francis Mann III ...
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John Elberger ...
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Kathryn Phillips Adams ...
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Big Joe Mueller ...
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Roger, Neil, and Mike are horror movie fans who have a mock seance to bring Nazi psycho Max Shreck back from the dead. Unfortunately, the seance works and Shreck wreaks havoc in our time and in his. Written by Josh Pasnak <chainsaw@intouch.bc.ca>

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The commanded Max to rise from the grave. He was only following orders...

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I brought this home to my kids, and then what? A swastika in Christmas lights. Nazi WW2 stock footage. Real vandalism. "Seig Heil" with a hockey glove?

Then I started to get interested. This movie was not very politically correct and it's also weird as hell. Behind plastic tarps with swastikas spray painted on them are portals to 1958 where Nazi fugitive Max Shreck is torturing and burning small town locals. The interior shots in this movie are in a house decorated with pin-ups from Fangoria magazine. The ghosts who serve Shreck are simply men under white sheets. I must say, the torture devices dreamed up by the writers were quite elaborate. Without giving too much away I'll mention a swastika necklace used as a ninja star and a swastika ceiling fan/lawnmower blade. A lot funnier than a pixilated ogre.

Move over "Splatter Farm", the is the most offensive shot-on-vhs film from the American underground that I've discovered.


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