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Grindsploitation 4: Meltsploitation (2018)

Grindsploitation 4 is going to be nastier than ever, more shocking, more gore, more blood. Killer faux grindhouse film trailers a homage to the video nasty era of films.


Dustin Ferguson, Selene Kapsaski (as Salem Kapsaski) | 31 more credits »


Walter Martyn Cabell (segment), Chris Dasinger (Segment"Spaghetti On Satan's Blade") | 6 more credits »




Cast overview, first billed only:
Lloyd Kaufman ... Presenter 2
Tony Newton Tony Newton
Peter Stickles ... Brick (segment "Fondue or Die")
Clint Beaver ... Victim #1(Segment "The Ooze from Outer Space")
Samantha Acampora ... Beth (segment "Fondue or Die")
David Charles David Charles ... Bookseller (segment "Fondue or Die")
Vincent Cusimano ... Larry (segment "Fondue or Die")
Patrick Falvey Patrick Falvey ... Alex (segment "Fondue or Die")
Tamika Katon-Donegal ... Karen (segment "Fondue or Die")
Lotti Pharriss Knowles ... Occultist (segment "Fondue or Die")
Brian Nolan ... Neil (segment "Fondue or Die")
Babette Bombshell ... Narrator (segment "Waxhouse Rock")
Selene Kapsaski ... DeSpanko (segment "Waxhouse Rock") (as Salem Kapsaski)
Rahel Kapsaski ... Bettie (segment "Waxhouse Rock")
Ross Heath ... Mayor of Manchester (segment "Waxhouse Rock")


Grindsploitation 4 is going to be nastier than ever, more shocking, more gore, more blood. Killer faux grindhouse film trailers a homage to the video nasty era of films.

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Warning* Film may melt your face off!!! See more »


Action | Comedy | Horror


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The end credits music track isn't the same length as the credit roll and there is about two whole minutes of pure silence at the end of the movie. See more »


Followed by Grindsploitation 5: Schlocksploitation (2018) See more »

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A mixed bag atbest.
6 October 2019 | by cpeter133See all my reviews

This is typical Troma fare, although many of the faux trailers are from independent studios. It's all here--tasteless vulgarity, cheap effects, and mindless gore. There are a few standouts: Trailers with casts comprised entirely of real cockroaches and plastic army men, or instance. But most never rise past adolescent film-making.

At Troma, bad taste reigns supreme, and this compilation fits right in. To me, one of the biggest issues is that not only do they break up the trailers with old-time theatrical "Coming Soon" bumpers and random intros by producer Lloyd Kaufman, but most of these trailers also have credits. They stop the show dead in its tracks. By the time you reach the last third of the movie, the trailers become raunchier but not any more interesting. In fact, I would recommend that you watch this in short bursts instead of sitting through it in one sitting.

Although adolescent in spirit, it's definitely not for kids. It has many sexually-explicit scenes of questionable taste, and one vignette abandons the tongue-in-cheek tone of most of the others, depicting a serious sexual attack and murder.

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1 May 2018 (USA) See more »


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$10,000 (estimated)
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