Deathgasm (2015) – Review, Rating and Synopsis

Deathgasm (2015) - Review, Rating and Synopsis

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  • Release Date:  2015
  • Genre:  Comedy, Devil & Demon & Hell
  • Cast and crew: Milo Cawthorne, James Blake, Kimberley Crossman, Sam Berkley, Daniel Cresswell, Delaney Tabron, Stephen Ure, Colin Moy, Jodie Rimmer, Nick Hoskins-Smith, Erroll Shand, Kate Elliott, Aaron McGregor, Andrew Laing, Tim Foley
  • Director:  Jason Lei Howden
  • Screenwriter:  Jason Lei Howden

Deathgasm (2015) Rating:

  • Eloise = 6 / 10;
  • Dylan = 8.5 / 10;
  • Raoul = 6.5 / 10;
  • IMDb = 6.3 / 10;
  • Rotten Tomatoes = 8.7 / 10;

Deathgasm (2015) Synopsis:

A group of teen metal-heads discovers an ancient music scroll and, by playing it, accidentally turns the all neighborhood into bloodthirsty demons.

Deathgasm (2015) Review:

Considering the percentage of horror fans who are into metal, I am surprised that such a movie didn’t come up before. Anyway, if you like horror and metal, Deathgasm is probably going to be this year’s highlight for you! Personally, I am not into metal and my opinion for this movie was a little more reserved.

Deathgasm is like a modern version of Bava’s 1985 movie Demons, a heavy metal-backed, action-packed invasion of ugly, long-teethed demons. The movie is truly fun and contains a heavy dose of comedy. It is very wacky and doesn’t take itself seriously. It contains many scenes with penises, boobs, and even an epic fight against a demon with a dildo as weapons.

The story is the weak point of the movie. It is very simple, probably too linear and predictable. Since I was not especially fascinated by the mental aspect of the movie, I must say that I was bored a few times during the movie. But still, New Zealand saw the release of many great horror comedies recently (What We Do in the Shadows, Housebound) and this one is one more quality flick to add to the list, especially if you’re a metal fan.

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