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Frisian Terror (2009)

A satiric underground horror film which attacks cults with full force.


Bart van Dekken


Bart van Dekken




Credited cast:
Huub Bakker Huub Bakker ... 2nd assistant to the archeologist
John Beringen John Beringen ... Sekteleider
Ronald Boerhouwer Ronald Boerhouwer ... Medieval Soldier #2
Mindert Brouwer Mindert Brouwer ... Verslaafde
Ricardo Brouwer Ricardo Brouwer ... 3rd Assistant to the Archeologist
Menno Brouwers Menno Brouwers ... Medieval Soldier #3
Erwin de Koning Erwin de Koning ... Soldaat 74 / 1st assistant to the archeologist
Marco de Vries Marco de Vries ... Pope
Wendy Del Grosso Wendy Del Grosso ... Duivelin van de Lust
Jan Doense ... Pissed off filmcritic
Albert ten Have Albert ten Have ... Generaal Gorgow
Miss Hermina Miss Hermina ... Miss Sexy Bikini
Richard Hofstede Richard Hofstede ... Sierger / junk
Margreet Kooistra Margreet Kooistra ... Esther
Sonia Mahangoe Sonia Mahangoe ... Monique


In the late 80's, a Russian general orders a search party to find a skull with supernatural powers in the Dutch forests which belonged to a Frisian medieval King. The skull is found and a famous archaeologist gets possessed by it and turns into the kings faithful prophet A couple of years later the prophet - who is now leader of a bloodthirsty cult which includes his beautiful girlfriend and family - kills and tortures in the name of the 'Almighty King Sigurd'. Written by Erwin

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Meet the girl of your screams...


Comedy | Horror







Release Date:

13 November 2009 (Netherlands) See more »

Also Known As:

Ziekelingen op het platteland See more »


Box Office


€1,200 (estimated)
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Technical Specs

Sound Mix:

Stereo (Western Electric Recording)


Color (Technicolor)

Aspect Ratio:

1.33 : 1
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Did You Know?


During filming of a couple of scenes, a Dutch (actually Frisian) team of reporters (Froeks TV) were present to shoot a promo, and one of them, Ricardo Brouwer, was asked to act. He agreed enthusiastically, only to cry out an hour later during makeup because they almost drowned him in very sweet syrup. See more »

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the red stuff saved it
24 October 2011 | by trashgangSee all my reviews

Because I understand Dutch I'm searching for the Nederhorrors that are available. Some were released on major labels like Slachnacht or Doodeind but most of them you have to search on the web after some obscure VHS or at conventions. I ran into this one at a convention. By just looking at the cover you could see immediately that it was extreme low budget. I have nothing against that fact so I bought it. It was even signed by Wendy Del Grosso which added something to the disc. Because it's her one and only flick...

The acting was naturally as theatrical as it could be. But it clocked in at just over an hour and that was more then enough. There are some sexy chicks in it but just when they go to bath or are seducing their victims the editing was done in a way that they didn't have to undress. Not that it was necessary but the movie starts with an introduction were some buxom slut is teasing you with showing her juggs at the end of the flick, she comes back and strips but of course the director did some noise over the image not to reveal anything.

On the other hand, it's a horror and the red stuff do flows and even sometimes in a gory fashion. You do see some intestines coming out of a body. The story itself it's as simple as it can be. Added as an extra on the disc is the short 'Vleesdag' which is one to see, clocking in just at 9 minutes it has a lot of red stuff and gore. Most of the killings or mutilation in both flicks are done off screen and you only see the result. Happy to have it, there are turkeys out there but this is on the border of it, but as I said, the red stuff saved it..

Oh yeah, and watch the credits were you see some butchering at a cinema were it was shown. In fact, don't take it all too seriously...

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

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