Glenn Danzig's directorial debut, is a horror anthology that compiles stories from Danzig's line of comic books of the same name. Stories which focus on horror content that's often sexual ...
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A rare family night for Jay takes a brutal twist when he awakens in a basement with three other prisoners. As their vengeful captor runs riot, Jay engages in a twisted battle to solve the puzzle to his past and save his family's future.
When his girlfriend suddenly disappears, leaving a cryptic note as her only explanation, Hank's comfortable life and his sanity begin to crack. Then, from the woods surrounding his house, something terrible starts trying to break in.
Reality TV stars attend a Halloween Scare Attraction. Suddenly the escape room turns deadly as gas leaks in leaving them unconscious. A voice tells them they must tell a truth or die. Who will survive the real scare attraction?
Glenn Danzig's directorial debut, is a horror anthology that compiles stories from Danzig's line of comic books of the same name. Stories which focus on horror content that's often sexual and violent in nature, usually featuring scantily-clad female protagonists.
Verotika was a series of comics launched by Verotik publisher, and written by Danzig Himself. See more »
Couldn't finish it
The fact that there are a couple 10/10 reviews for this film just proves the problem that IMDb has with shill reviews. If I produced this film, I would at least try and be realistic about it, instead of pretend it's some legendary piece of cinema by giving it a perfect score. Let's be clear here, 10/10 means masterpiece, and while I know there are plenty of legit moviegoers who exaggerate and give movies they like a perfect score every time, it's movies like this one- cheap cinematography, very poor acting, and awful writing that can have their perfect scores explained only by fake reviews generated by somebody close to the film, who has only ever reviewed this one film. I'm not blaming the movie itself- look, Danzig or not, if a person wants to make their own movie, make it as campy or low budget as you please...but let's not pretend like it's good. This film should only be shared with the friends and family of the production team, and not released to the public...even if people find a way to see it for free, our time is priceless.
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