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Deathgasm

Brodie is the new kid in town. With a crack-addicted mum and an obsession with all things metal, he doesn't fit in to his white-bread neighbourhood or with his religious relatives. But when he meets fellow metalhead Zakk he knows he's found a mate for life. They form a band, Deathgasm, and all is well until their music mistakenly summons malevolent forces. Very soon everyone in the town has been infected by the demon curse... "Deathgasm is the ultimate midnight movie (for metalheads especially), hitting on notes of horror insanity that blend face-melting riffage with equally outstanding practical effects." - Matt Donato.

Year: 2015
Genre: Comedy, Horror Movies, New Zealand Film, Black Humour, Film Festivals 2015
Country: NZ
Director: Jason Lei Howden
Starring: Milo Cawthorne, James Blake, Kimberley Crossman
Duration: 83 Minutes
Rating: R16 - Graphic violence, sexual references and offensive language
6.3/10
Location in store: New Zealand Film

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