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Lord of the Undead (2004)

An ass-kicking hero, who claims to be God's second born son battles demons, monsters, and the black goddess Lilith.


Timo Rose


Timo Rose


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Credited cast:
Debbie Rochon ... Lilith
Lloyd Kaufman ... Billy Bum
Frank-Thomas Mende Frank-Thomas Mende ... Hank
Mathias Klaussner Mathias Klaussner ... Ken
André Reissig André Reissig ... Michael
Anja Gebel Anja Gebel ... Sira
Sebastian Gutsche Sebastian Gutsche ... Demon
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Yazid Benfeghoul Yazid Benfeghoul
Timm Bock Timm Bock ... Wächter 4
Heiko Gille Heiko Gille ... SEK 3
Ricky Goldberg Ricky Goldberg ... Demon
Boris Hansmann Boris Hansmann ... Horrorfan am Tisch
Malte Hansmann Malte Hansmann ... SEK 2
Mathias Jakubski Mathias Jakubski ... Wächter 3 / Freund von Ken
Oliver Kellisch Oliver Kellisch ... SEK 1


An ass-kicking hero, who claims to be God's second born son battles demons, monsters, and the black goddess Lilith.

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Mystery | Horror

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early attempt of Timo Rose with an ode to Hellraiser
19 January 2017 | by trashgangSee all my reviews

13 years old and still no review. That must say a thing about this flick made by Tim Rose know for his ultra violent or gory flicks. This is one of his earlier flicks and it shows. You don't watch it for it's original story because it isn't, you would watch it for the effects but being an early attempt they are laughable sometimes.

It takes a while before this flick shows it's horror. You have to wait almost half way the flick before the effects come in. Some effects are well done others are really dull. But the main problem is that this is just a Hellraiser (1987) rip-off. Just watch the ending. The chains, the skeleton creating it's own flesh, the torturing.

I have seen better flicks coming out of Germany as an early attempt. Some creatures or demons are just body painted and that's all. I can understand that money was an issue but do use other effects instead.

Boring in the beginning with bad acting which resolves into a Hellaiser ode which is worth seeing. But we all know that better was to come from Timo....

Gore 2/5 Nudity 0,5/5 Effects 2/5 Story 1,5/5 Comedy 0/5

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English | German

Release Date:

1 November 2004 (Germany) See more »

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Berlin, Germany See more »


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EUR75,000 (estimated)
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