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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.

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Doug Sakmann
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Cast

Cast overview, first billed only:
Kevin Lyman 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
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Storyline

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.

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Horror | Comedy

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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

31 October 2004 (USA) See more »

Also Known As:

Punk Rock Splatter Massacre See more »

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A majority of the film was shot during Warped Tour 2003. See more »

Quotes

Belial: Remember, infected piercings give you credibility.
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References Cannibal Holocaust (1980) See more »

Soundtracks

Y2K
The Phenomenauts - 2002
Produced by the Phenomenauts and Col Reehotch
Mixed by Phil Jahns
From the album "Rockets and Robots"
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A movie that any Troma fan can enjoy
16 December 2004 | by akuma634See all my reviews

It's very much like a Troma film, it has cheap gore, bad acting, bad writing, and Lloyd Kaufman (Co-creator of Troma) in it. I personally don't like punk rock, I'm a metal guy but this was still a fun movie. If you hate punk you'll like watching all the bands die in some creative ways, if you love punk you'll like this movie even more. This movie has (from what I've heard) the highest body count ever filmed. The gore goes from too fake for my standards (after seeing Cannibal Holocaust) to holy crap how did they do that/man that was brutal! I wish more of the kills were done better, it starts like Blood Feast were the killing is off screan then you see the gory aftermath but then they hit you with some sick Maniac style effects to make up for it and the effects get better later on. Because the high body count not all the kills are very creative and a few are blood less but overall there is some wicked sick stuff to make up for it. There are lots of major punk bands in this movie and they do perform, to name a few NOFX, Tsunami Bomb, and Andrew WK there are at least 30 bands in this movie. The plot is simple a reporter gets to do an article on the Van's Warped Tour and bands start dying but the greedy man in charge (Lloyd Kaufman) will not stop the show, so the reporter must find out who the killer is. Pretty much every 5 minutes a person gets killed off so there isn't to much boring dialog, which is the Achilles heel of splatter films (too much talking between the gore which PRH avoids). I hope they make a sequel if there any bands left alive that is. This movie has it all swords, cannibals, zombies, tons of gore, a high body count, loud music with attitude, it's the ideal movie for punk rock fans and fans of low budget splatter films. All in all I would recommend it, especially if it's less than 10 bucks. It's a good movie to invite your friends over to see, order a pizza, and drink some whiskey (as long


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