Metalhead Brodie is sent to live with his Christian aunt and uncle and meat-head cousin after his drug addicted mother is sent away. Brodie seems unable to fit in, until he meets the mysterious Zakk at a record store. Joined by their love of metal, the two form the metal band Deathgasm, along with fellow outcasts Dion and Giles. However, when Brodie and Zakk break into the house of metal star Rikki Daggers they find mysterious sheet music known as The Black Hymn. Deathgasm plays the Black Hymn, which unleashes a demon known as Aeloth who possesses the town's citizens. Now it's up to Deathgasm and popular girl Medina to fight demons, prevent the apocalypse, and save the day.
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Writer and director Jason Lei Howden was interviewed on the podcast Classic American Movies about the making of this movie. See more
When first shown in the garage, Dion offers no assistance to translate the Latin name of the song which Brodie later painstakingly has to translate word by word using a dictionary in class. However, much later in Rikki's shack he is swift to correct the pronunciation of the Latin spoken there, so clearly is both fluent, and keen to show off. See more
Oh Christ, it's my Satanist cousin, Brodie. Look at that ugly loner. I'm gonna make his life hell on earth.
Wow. That's really cool, David. Can you please take me home now?
I thought we'd take a drive or something.
It's hard to believe, but talking about bullying isn't really a turn on.
SPOILER: There is an extra scene after the credits that has Brodie talking to a now dead Zakk whose voice is coming from a record player. See more
Hour To Live
Wytchcraft Publishing Edition Noise Art
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