Originally released on Finnish rock band Lordi's album The Monsterican Dream as a bonus DVD. See more »
A director's cut was premiered at IIK!! Horror Film Festival, Finland on November 6th, 2004. This version tightens up the plot by several minutes, cuts off the appearances by Lordi's band members and features an alternative ending. See more »
Although I am a lordi fan and that makes me bias I think that it was and all round good horror film, I was pleasantly surprised to find that it wasn't just an excuse to play all there songs (infact they didn't really play any). The plot was good if a bit confusing (if you don't pay close attention to the notes at the beginning the film it seems just nonsensical) although I felt the acting was sometimes bit wooden because of the dubbing and/or ADR but the on screen performance was consistently good. Lordi's appearances were brilliant and highly amusing and I wouldn't recommend this film to people who are squeamish. Effects were good and not over the top Over all a good well written gory weird horror story that may give you a bit of a headache figuring it out (its ninth gate all over again!). Oh and watch the last scene carefully I swear I saw some of the band members out of costume sitting about but maybe its just me.
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