By using a mass-control radio-wave emission, a cannibal dictator brings Taeter City's crime rates next to zero, recycling the criminals' bodies as food. Then, the ultimate mutation emerged. Can the elite police squad clear the mess up?
His life was torn apart when his wife was murdered by Mafia boss Denny. Filled with vengeance, Adam summoned a demon that endowed him with god-like strength so that he might survive his journey through Heaven's Valley.
Emanuele De Santi,
Giulio De Santi
Emanuele De Santi,
Assigned the easy task of assassinating a couple in a hotel room, instead, a hardened contract killer finds himself fighting for his life in a maze-like place crammed with demonic henchmen. Can he escape from the nightmarish Hotel Inferno?
Giulio De Santi
Having been slain by the Mistandrian Cultists, Frank is lost in a special level of Hell: Hotel Inferno. Frank must now collect the five elements that comprise the human soul so that he can return to Earth and reclaim his body.
1984. A secret facility. A strain of mildew being developed as a bio weapon. When an accidental leak reveals that the fungus is actually an alien lifeform, the facility's only hope is the mercenary Toxic.
Giulio De Santi,
Edward X. Young,
Barabba must save his brother from a life of crime, no matter what the cost. Meanwhile, Massimo's wife is killed in a snuff film. Unified by violence, Barabba and Massimo's destinies are on collision course.
Lured by Sandra's distressed 911 calls, Special Agent Connor investigates her house. As he seeks to find Sandra, Connor discovers the home has been turned into a facility in which human atrocities are conducted in the name of research.
Intent on delving deep into the abysmal realm of self-mutilation, Daniel locks himself in the bathroom and begins an esoteric conversation of blood and suffering with the goddess, Ishtar. Will his sacrifice open the path to enlightenment?
Two women are abducted by a group of snuff filmmakers and brought into a Hellish nightmare of unmistakable brutality, viciousness and destruction that will leave every viewer shocked, amazed and awestruck.
Eight The Chosen One,
Jim Van Bebber
In Taeter City, there is no crime. Using Zeed radio waves, the city's dictatorship cause criminals to commit suicide. Their corpses are processed and sold as fast-food by conglomerates who nourish the ravenous populace. It was a perfect system - until Zeed started making the criminals stronger.Written by
80's VIBE: The saturated colors create a dream-like atmosphere and the sci-fi technology is cheesy yet imaginative. Interspersed throughout the narrative are comical commercials for Taeter Burger and messages from Caronte, the head of The Authority, which is an interesting attempt at showing the omnipresence of the dictatorship. The acting is nothing spectacular and the voice acting is simplistic but some voices are bad ass (Caronte. Shock, Razor) All those aspects and the soundtrack,truly bring you back to memories like: Escape from New York, Class 1999, Blade Runner and Terminator.
VIOLENCE AND ACTION: The true star of this film are the action and the special effects. This movie is literally an Exxon-Valdez of red, with just enough story to keep things moving forward until you get to the next massive gore set-piece. People dismembered, heads crushed, appendages removed, and bodies exploded. Did I mention there was a lot of blood? While the film does contain CG, it more than makes up for it with the use of practical effects—often at the same time. There is no use of CG for simple headshots here (*cough*TheWalkingDead*cough*) but rather it's used where practical effects would either be too difficult or not provide an adequate level of insane violence. As soon as you hit play, prepare yourself for a non-stop barrage of gore and violence on a level you've never seen before. This movie is a must see for any gorehound. Taeter City truly delivers on its promise of "'80s vibe, sci-fi, action, violence, blood and again blood." Did I mention there was a lot of blood?
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