Directed by Jason Lei Howden.
Starring Milo Cawthorne, James Blake, Kimberley Crossman, Stephen Ure, Sam Berkley, Nick Hoskins-Smith, Delaney Tabron, Colin Moy and Daniel Cresswell.
Two teenage metalheads summon up a demon through the power of black metal.
The two extremes of splatter and black/death metal come together in New Zealand horror comedy Deathgasm, the directorial debut feature of visual effects artist Jason Lei Howden and a runaway hit at last year’s FrightFest. Why was it such a hit? Because Deathgasm gets it, that’s why. It knows what buttons to push to get a reaction and it knows how to layer on the gore in a way that doesn’t take itself seriously whilst going for balls-out entertainment.
Teenage metal fan Brodie (Milo Cawthorne) is forced to go and live with his religious uncle Albert (Colin Moy) after his mother is arrested giving a blow job to a store Santa.