Obsessed with inflicting pain on others while recording everything on tape, the brutal serial killer, Peter Mountain, makes friends with sadomasochistic Crusty, and her mentally challenged brother, Maggot, after the events of August Underground (2001). This time, the diabolical trio is hell-bent on broadening their horizons, experimenting with self-mutilation, decaying corpses, evisceration, and of course, rape. Then, yet another psychopath enters the picture, eager to hang out with them, and depravity reaches new heights.Written by
I wasted $25.00 this weekend buying Mordum at a horror convention in Ft. Lauderdale because a vendor told me this would be the most violent movie for sale at the event. I took his word, and although it is disturbingly violent, it is a waste of film-making and audience time. The camera work is terrible, and the acting seems like the director invited a few friends to the house to play murder movie. A five year old could make a better movie. I just want to save someone else from making the same mistake I made. I am a great fan of ultra violent cinema, but I am ashamed that this movie is even considered to be a violent movie. It is not even a movie, it is someone's sick idea for playing with a camera he should not even be aloud to touch. Please, find real jobs Toe Tag crew, save the rest of us from wasting our time viewing your ridiculous film.
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