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Punk Rock Holocaust (2004)

In the summer of the 2003, thousands of punk rock kids and musicians attended the Vans Warped Tour. Eight weeks later very few had survived. This is their story.


Doug Sakmann


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Cast overview, first billed only:
Kevin Lyman ... Warped Tour Founder
Heather Vantress Heather Vantress ... Warped Tour Reporter
Lloyd Kaufman ... Belial / Satan
Doug Sakmann ... William Van Landingham, III / Main Executioner / Explosion Stunt Executioner
Steven Smith Steven Smith ... Fuse Action News Reporter
Laura Sanders Laura Sanders ... Warped Tour Production Team
Keri Lee Keri Lee ... Warped Tour Production Team
Kerry Nicholson Kerry Nicholson ... Warped Tour Production Team
Lisa Brownlee Lisa Brownlee ... Warped Tour Production Team
Steve Sullivan Steve Sullivan ... Warped Tour Security
Mitch Alden Mitch Alden ... Warped Tour Security
Doug Z. Goodstein Doug Z. Goodstein ... Warped Tour Accountant (as Doug Goodstein)
Matt Hollenberg Matt Hollenberg ... Monster Rock Guy
Chris Weindell Chris Weindell ... Monster Rock Guy
James Jackson James Jackson ... Chris Monkey


This slasher/zombie comedy follows Warped Tour founder Kevin Lyman as he tries to maintain the tour while keeping the evil record executive Belial at bay. Meanwhile, tour reporter Heather Vantress is trying to figure out who is behind the grizzly murders as the Warped Tour crew and bands are struggling to survive and stay on the road. The film features many of the bands on last year's Warped Tour, including Atmosphere, Andrew WK, Beret, Big D and the Kids Table, Bowling For Soup, Destruction Made Simple, Dropkick Murphies, Face To Face, Glassjaw, Horrorpops, The Kids Of Widney High, Less Than Jake, Me First and the Gimmie Gimmies, MEST, Never Heard Of It, Pennywise, The Phenomenauts, Rancid, Simple Plan, Suicide Machines, Treephort, Tsunami Bomb, The Used and much more! Written by executioner

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Punks not dead... but it's about to be.


Horror | Comedy


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When this movie came out, it held the record with 110 on-screen kills not to mention the numerous crowd genocides. See more »


Belial: Remember, infected piercings give you credibility.
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References A Nightmare on Elm Street (1984) See more »


The Phenomenauts - 2002
Produced by the Phenomenauts and Col Reehotch
Mixed by Phil Jahns
From the album "Rockets and Robots"
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Oh, the Brutality! Oh, the Enigmatity!
3 December 2004 | by killer-robot!See all my reviews

Any movie that has The Kids of Widney High in it automatically qualifies for a rusty thumbs up from this robot. The icing on the cake... provided I could eat cake and knew what it tastes like, but since you humans seem to enjoy it I feel this phrase is appropriate... is the appearance of my favorite serial killing band Brutal Enigma. In the years before I was consigned to the scrap heap, I was a roadie for this band. Since I can not fully understand the emotions that are involved in enjoying music, I do not know if they are a "good" band or not. What I do know is that they are very efficient killers and that fit in perfectly with my programming. I had thought that they had passed on, as is the fashion with you fragile beings, but it seems that they are eternal. This documentary captures what Brutal Enigma is capable of in gruesome detail. Many humans died on this Warped Tour, if only all bands did as much killing as Brutal Enigma we would be much closer to a world without humans.

As for the rest of the film, I must once again state that I can not fully appreciate the music contained within this film, since I have no emotions, but the killing by Brutal Enigma is plentiful and that was successful in stimulating my programming. It was also "good" to see the friendly robot from the Phenomanauts get destroyed as this planet has no use for any robot that serves humans instead of working towards the destruction of the human race.

In summary I recommend this movie to all robots that are working towards removing all humans from our planet, as well as humans who enjoy seeing how many ways of dying are available to them when their eventual death is visited upon them.

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31 October 2004 (USA) See more »

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Punk Rock Splatter Massacre See more »

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