Let Countess Slutpira take you on a journey into some of the most terrifying horror comedy in independent film! Three shorts by "Masters" of the medium. ButtonHead, Diagnoses Terror, and Neckbrace will leave you begging for more!


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Credited cast:
Cookie J. Waters ...
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Andrew Copp ...
The Reverend (segment "Diagnoses Terror")
Henrique Couto ...
Ron (segment "Diagnoses Terror")
Dave Hong ...
(segment "Neck Brace")
Chris LaMartina ...
Mr. Jerry (segment "Neck Brace")
Adam Lewis ...
Paco (segment "Neck Brace")
Monica Puller ...
Tori (segment "ButtonHead")
Stephen Roblin ...
Brad Spaulding (segment "Neck Brace")
Corey Schuler ...
Leonard / Spike (segment "Neck Brace")
Slutpira ...
Jacki Spunk ...
Chris Verdon ...
Corn (segment "Diagnoses Terror")
Ameya Warde ...
Girl Reading Book (segment "Diagnoses Terror")
Lauren Weeks ...
Jewel (segment "Diagnoses Terror")
Richard Whiskey ...
Brent (segment "ButtonHead")


Your hostess Countess Slutpira will take you on a journey of three of the most horrifying pieces of Schlock in independent film Including ButtonHead, Diagnoses Terror, and NeckBrace. Buttonhead: When Tori is beaten near-senseless by her redneck boyfriend Brent, she is brought back to life by her super scientific lesbian nurse friend. They replace a part of her brain with another section of the body very familiar for its sensitivity, now they must deal with the quasi-retarded woman and her insane boyfriend who is trying to find out what happened. Diagnoses Terror: A young man named Ron loves to watch late night TV and eat junk food. One night he falls asleep as a strange preacher begins his TV sermons, soon he because a zealot for the evil plots of the reverend as he dispatches his friends who sin or simply get in his way. With hilarious results! Neckbrace: A "boi" of the punk rock persuasion is picked on and injured by a jock bully, as he recovers in his neckbrace he decides to buy a ... Written by Henrique Couto

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The Most Horrifying REAL Shlock! See more »


Comedy | Horror





Release Date:

14 December 2005 (Sweden)  »

Also Known As:

Slackers of Horror Vol. 1  »

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(RCA Sound System)| (Westrex Recording System)


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1.33 : 1
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Shot in three different states by three different directors. Each short was given by a different director. The host segments with Slutpira were shot by Henrique Couto. See more »

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Special thanks to Chris LaMartina, Lauren Weeks, Chris Seaver, Morgan Albert, J.R. Bookwalter, Andrew Shearer, My Mommy, Ameya Warde, Your Mommy, Andy Copp and you, ass. See more »


References The Evil Dead (1981) See more »

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This is pure schlock of the craziest kind.
2 July 2005 | by (Mississippi) – See all my reviews

First there was The House That Dripped Blood and then Creepshow followed by After Midnight. What am I trying to say you ask? Well, these are some of my favorite anthologies, so imagine my glee when I found out that Henrique Couto was, indeed, going to be putting together an anthology himself. The title of this new film in the bowels of Freak Productions is called Faces of Schlock.

Henrique Couto was joined by fellow filmmakers Andrew Shearer and Chris LaMartina in quite possibly one of the coolest and zaniest films this side of b-moviedom (wow, I've never used that expression before).

Faces of Schlock has one of the coolest horror hostesses ever, by the name of Slutpira. She is very sexy and has some great one-liners that will have you rolling on the floor. Move over Vampira and Elvira, Slutpira is the next wave of horror hostesses.

The short films that make up Faces of Schlock are Buttonhead (Andrew Shearer), Diagnosis Terror (Henrique Couto) and Neckbrace (Chris LaMartina). These shorts are a lot of fun and will have you rolling with laughter!

Just check this film out for yourself. I highly recommend it.

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