Murder runs deep in the Logan family. The brother of the maniac (turned zombie) in THE NECRO FILES becomes a crazed cannibal rapist and unwittingly reanimates his evil brother's corpse as a...
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A cannibal rapist rises from the grave as a flesh-eating zombie sex maniac! Two Seattle cops, a satanic cult and a flying demon fetus try to stop the lust-crazed ghoul before he can kill ... See full summary »
A coven of witches mask their true identity by operating the "Sin and Skin" strip club in, "The Witch's Sabbath". To keep the coven as one, they must behead 666 victims before the arrival of their Dark Lord on Halloween.
In the near future, drugs and crime have risen 500%. A disintegrating police force is unable to deal with this horrifying problem. When an undercover cop (Anthony Tomei) disappears, his ... See full summary »
Murder runs deep in the Logan family. The brother of the maniac (turned zombie) in THE NECRO FILES becomes a crazed cannibal rapist and unwittingly reanimates his evil brother's corpse as a flesh-eating zombie rapist! Together, the pair go on a berserk killing spree in the streets of Seattle! Detectives Sloane and Manners investigate the grisly murders in this over the top sequel to the original cult classic, loaded with sick humor, nudity and gore. Written by
I certainly can't write a spoiler as I played a brief part in the film and have no idea as yet how it pans-out! "Blimey, it's a zombie!" I do believe was my line to end all lines and, I gotta say, the entire experience was a dream come true (being a fan of such masterpiece movie making myself). From what little snippets I have seen of "Necro Files 2", I certainly believe it to be more than a fitting sequel. The two cops who return from the first instalment should be worth watching this video/DVD alone! I watched "Necro Files" during Isaac (the zombie)'s make-up session and - what a ball I had! I really could not believe what I was watching - that had all the elements of the perfect gore-fest for any lover of the genre... splatter galore, shades of B-movie 50's panache melded with the prefect Monthy Python-esquire over-the-top gut-churning black humour (see, I'm a limy, I add a superfluous "u"). I do feel, if I hadn't witness all behind-the-scenes, I would've found what occurred much more gruelling, but, if your tongue is still intact, place it firmly in your cheek. The Necro Files series are most certainly made by die-hard fans of the horror genre and should be appreciated as such. Relentless grue, gore, and comic-strip up-chuck factor. Wonderful. Just view on a strong, inebriate or empty stomach!
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