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Intercessor: Another Rock 'N' Roll Nightmare (2005)

The Intercessor must fight the minions of darkness to save the last innocent souls on Earth.
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Chris Allen ...
Famine
Rachel Bernhardt ...
Zombie Extra
James Boulter ...
Masked zombie
Craig Bowlsby ...
Carolyn Camman ...
Zombie Extra
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Zompira
Valerie Cotic ...
Zombie Extra (as Val Cotic)
Daye Ellingham ...
War
Melissa Ellingham ...
Laura
Dave Hanley ...
Zombie Pervert
Caleb Heddle ...
Doctor Zombie
Amy Lee ...
Julie's Sister
Sharon McDonald ...
Julie
Brad Pope ...
Harry
Serge Saika-Voivod ...
Zompira
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The Intercessor must fight the minions of darkness to save the last innocent souls on Earth.

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Dreadful
20 March 2013 | by (Edinburgh, Scotland, UK) – See all my reviews

The original Edge of Hell (a.k.a. Rock 'n' Roll Nightmare) was something of a cult movie. It was really quite terrible in many ways of course. But it was a true one off and decidedly ridiculous. Its finale in particular is a sequence that – to quote an old cliché – really has to be seen to be believed. That climatic scene introduced a character called The Intercessor. Well, he was brought back and a sequel was named after him. Is this a good thing? Well, no it isn't. The Intercessor: Another Rock 'n' Roll Nightmare has absolutely none of the charms of the original. The first flick may well have been low budget but this one is like a home movie. It's shot on video. No scratch that, it's badly shot on video. It consistently looks appalling, like a bunch of people mucking about in front of a camera. The sound is terrible too. While the acting can only be described as horrible. The soundtrack has a few choice heavy metal songs, they are abysmal too. There's nothing good about this. It isn't amusingly inept, it's tedious. If you think that a sequel to Edge of Hell has to be at least semi-entertaining then think again. This is a shocker.


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