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Metal-thrashing Brodie is an outcast in a sea of jocks and cheerleaders until he meets a kindred spirit in fellow metal head Zakk. After starting their own band, they find a mysterious piece of sheet music said to grant Ultimate Power to whoever plays it. But when the music also summons an ancient evil, it's up to Brodie, Zakk and their group of friends to stop a force of pure evil from devouring all of mankind.
Featuring an awesome original soundtrack of first-banging metal, Deathgasm, will gush bodily fluids, rain limbs and tickle your funny bone, before tearing it out and beating you with it.
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After his meth addicted mom is found unfit to care for him, metalhead Brodie winds up under the care of his conservative christian aunt and uncle alongside their testosterone fueled jock son. Feeling like an outsider within his own family, Brodie soon joins up with other nerds and outcasts Giles and Dion. Though he's glad to have new friends, Friday nights spent rolling twenty sided die aren't his cup of tea. What Brodie really wants is to rock, and a chance meeting in the local record shop with the town's resident troublemaker and metal head Zakk leads to male bonding and the formation of Deathgasm, their metal band built on shredding guitar solos and mutual love of grind core. The two somehow click and before we know it they’ve broken into a rock legend’s home, stolen some strange sacred sheet music, formed a band and got to work making those notes into beautiful noise. But what follows after playing this new tune could never have been predicted, and when the gates of Hell open up it falls on the shoulders of Brodie, his band and his new love interest, Medina to save the world.Read more ›
Young metal-head Brodie (Milo Cawthorne) has to go and live in a small town, with his God-fearing uncle and his family, after his Mum has an unfortunate episode with Santa at the mall, while under the influence of "recreational pharmaceuticals".
There he meets two nerds, Dion and Giles, who like to play Dungeons and Dragons, but fortunately also seem to be able to play drums and keyboards, when called upon to do so. In addition, he meets the older ex-pupil Zakk (James Blake, who did remind me physically of Heath Ledger).
Led astray by Zakk, Brodie enters the house of legendary metal star in hiding, "Ricky Daggers" to find the old man lying on a mattress clutching an old album of his. He gives it to the teenagers for safe keeping, just as an evil henchman arrives and kills him.
Brodie, Zakk, Dion and Giles, who have formed the band "DEATHGASM", (it has to be in capitals, apparently) then play the music hidden inside the album sleeve, which unleashes the spirits of evil demons who possess the locals, sent to pave the way for the arrival of "Aeloth" at the witching hour of the next blood moon. The spirit of Aleoth will possess the "darkest soul" in his vicinity when he arrives.
The remainder of the film is a variety of very nice gory set pieces, with lots of knowing references to heavy-metal cliches, which work well with the young cast.Read more ›
I'd say that metalheads would really enjoy this film given that it reflects the infallible passion and devotion they have for heavy metal music and the way of life that comes with it even in the face of bigotry, indifference, persecution and apathy from those who tend to stigmatize and brand it as being corruptive and musically inept as well as how metalheads tend to stick together even in the face of pure evil. Adding to the mix, an epic gory and bloodsoaked adventure full of axes (both the wood splitting and heavy metal music kinds), swords, chainsaws, zombies, cultists and the occult runs through it all. On top of that, if you enjoyed both Trick or Treat and Shaun Of The Dead, this will be pretty fun as well.
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Literally one of the worst films I've ever seen. If you've rated over two stars, you're having yourself on.Published 22 days ago by Miss H. L. Chaney
Fast, fun and likable "Flight of the Conchords go grindcore" death metal comedy from New Zealand.Published 2 months ago by Tim
A grindcore successor to Peter Jackson's Brain Dead. Splendid, fun and (blood) slick(ed). Ignore the 1-2 stars ratings, this is great Indie film-making; Trick or Treat (the... Read morePublished 2 months ago by D. Burrowes
Deathgasm reminds one of several films. As always, when a film is a comedy and features two friends battling against dark forces/the undead/demons, one cannot help but instantly... Read morePublished 2 months ago by Corey Newcombe
Brilliant dark funny cool lotsa metal
Nothing like braindead only similarity is they are both kiwi movies
OK but I have seen better.
Starts off good but then becomes some typical teenage trash that you see in nearly every movie these days. Read more