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Punk Rock Holocaust (2004)

In the summer of the 2003, thousands of punk rock kids and musicians attended the Vans Warped Tour. Eight weeks later very few had survived. This is their story.




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Cast overview, first billed only:
Kevin Lyman ...
Warped Tour Founder
Heather Vantress ...
Warped Tour Reporter
William Van Landingham, III / Main Executioner / Explosion Stunt Executioner
Steven Smith ...
Fuse Action News Reporter
Laura Sanders ...
Warped Tour Production Team
Keri Lee ...
Warped Tour Production Team
Kerry Nicholson ...
Warped Tour Production Team
Lisa Brownlee ...
Warped Tour Production Team
Steve Sullivan ...
Warped Tour Security
Mitch Alden ...
Warped Tour Security
Doug Goodstein ...
Warped Tour Accountant
Matt Hollenberg ...
Monster Rock Guy
Chris Weindell ...
Monster Rock Guy
James Jackson ...
Chris Monkey


This slasher/zombie comedy follows Warped Tour founder Kevin Lyman as he tries to maintain the tour while keeping the evil record executive Belial at bay. Meanwhile, tour reporter Heather Vantress is trying to figure out who is behind the grizzly murders as the Warped Tour crew and bands are struggling to survive and stay on the road. The film features many of the bands on last year's Warped Tour, including Atmosphere, Andrew WK, Beret, Big D and the Kids Table, Bowling For Soup, Destruction Made Simple, Dropkick Murphies, Face To Face, Glassjaw, Horrorpops, The Kids Of Widney High, Less Than Jake, Me First and the Gimmie Gimmies, MEST, Never Heard Of It, Pennywise, The Phenomenauts, Rancid, Simple Plan, Suicide Machines, Treephort, Tsunami Bomb, The Used and much more! Written by executioner

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Punks not dead... but it's about to be.


Horror | Comedy


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Release Date:

31 October 2004 (USA)  »

Also Known As:

Punk Rock Splatter Massacre  »

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A majority of the film was shot during Warped Tour 2003. See more »


Belial: Remember, infected piercings give you credibility.
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Trouble and Chaos
Destruction Made Simple
From the album "Terror Stricken Youth"
AF Records
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Some music for the fans...but that's about it.
19 June 2005 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Well, if you like pop/punk, punk, ska, and a tad bit of modern psycho billy, then seeing the live performances are about the only thing worth watching. This movie has tons and tons of band cameos, along with president of Troma, Lloyd Kaufman as a semi-major role, and lots of goofy death scenes. Sounds like it may be good, right? Well, the deaths keep coming, and repeatedly to many different bands of the Warp Tour and the fans at the event. Some of the deaths start of stylish, but then they are recycled over and over, to the point of being completely repetitive. Almost everyone dies of having their head smashed, or intestines being pulled from their stomach. The gore looks as if it was from Andreas Schnaas' "Zombie 90: Extreme Pestilence"; with this being the "watered-down type blood", but now that movie is actually decent, and provides humor-something that this movie terribly lacks. Sure, the movie is made by Doug Sakmann from Troma, it's got great low-budget potential, and it tries...but just too hard. Everything is overly meant to be funny in this movie, and thats what brings it down. Everything tries to be too comic and goofy, by using intentional bad acting, an overuse of pointless deaths, and doing the same thing...over and over. It's basically "Mulva: Zombie Ass-Kicker", "Chairman of the Board", or any movie you have made with your friends: it's funny to those who made it, and that's about it.

Great potential, great idea, great use of effects-but it's the same thing...over and over: A band plays, a band dies, fans die. Everyone dies, blood is sprayed everywhere, the process is repeated.

The question is for these types of movies-which is basically 'bad slap-stick'-do they try too hard, or not at all?

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