X and Z are a vampire couple, living in an old warehouse in inner-city Melbourne. Over the course of one night, they go about their regular business, teaming up with the poet-cannibal Seers... See full summary »
Vanessa de Largie,
Peter and Jeff have been friends for a long time. In fact the two nerds don't really have any other friends. That is until Peter starts chatting to a young girl online. She invites them both to attend a gathering - with a difference.
Good imagery, and extremely unique, unlike any other demon movie...
I am a huge Troma fan. A lot of Troma's recent releases haven't been too good, however...Bloodspit? Pot Zombies? Meh. I thought the trailer for this one looked really cool, so I recently bought it, and I must say...it's really good. It has really nice imagery, good special effects, pretty good acting, done pretty well considering what the budget was. The storyline isn't all there, but that is okay. It relies heavily on the imagery, and it works pretty well. It has some decent gore, with good special effects. It is pretty much unlike any other movie you have ever seen. It is also an Australian movie. And for the plot, it is near indescribable, much like most of David Lynch's movies are. Basically, a man moves to a ton, and demons start attacking. But check this out, it is extremely weird, and pretty cool. One of Troma's better recent films.
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