Karl the Butcher continues his violence on an isolated island, but this time he has his followers.Karl the Butcher continues his violence on an isolated island, but this time he has his followers.Karl the Butcher continues his violence on an isolated island, but this time he has his followers.
Good gore, horrendous dubbing
I got this on a very 'undergound-looking' video from some horror site, under the title Zombie doom (annoyingly, it was recorded off a DVD, and they decided to play all the trailers on there before the film). I was after sickening, brutal gore, and i got it!!. Think of a nasty way to be killed, add in more blood than it is physically possible to store in the human body, and it is in this film somewhere!. You get face-ripping, chest-opening, decapitations by the bucket load, shooting, stabbing, slicing, burning and drowning, in a virtually non-stop orgy of violence (especially near the end). Of course, being made on a budget of about 100 Deutschmarks, the sets are just tents and forests, a 'life raft' is a child's inflatable dinghy, and the assistant to 'the meister' (played by director Andreas Schnaas) gets killed 3 times, thing is, i didn't even realize it wasn't supposed to be him but 'just another guard' until the end. Also the worst part of this film is the dubbing, it seems to have all been done by one person, and in many scenes it is hard to tell who is talking. I feel safe in saying it is the worst dubbing i have ever heard (and i've watched "Zombie 90"!), they should have used subtitles. But apart from that, this comes highly recommended to anyone who just wants splatter, not high art
- Oct 7, 2004
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