otnemem20s Terrifying Trifecta of Terror2
 
 
Studio: otnemem20
 
Review Count: 8
Average Rating: 4.75 stars
Genre: Horror
Length: 9 minutes 6 seconds
 
Posted on: June 10, 2007
 
 
Film Description
BE SURE TO WATCH ALL THE WAY THROUGH THE CREDITS!

Prepare yourself for the rest of the ultimate B-horror movie experience!

WARNING: CONTAINS PERVASIVE STRONG LANGUAGE, BLOODY VIOLENCE, PARTIAL NUDITY, AND CRUDE SEXUAL HUMOR.

Plot: The vigilante "Crashdummies," who were hired to eliminate the city's homeless population are fired for their inappropriate methods of disposal. But when two twisted brothers, Dr. Cain and the shepherd Abel unleash their evil armies on the public, the "Crashdummies" are the only ones who can save mankind from mass destruction.

BEFORE YOU WATCH THIS, GO WATCH PART 1 HERE:

http://movies.lionhead.com/movie/134375

THESE ARE TWO PARTS OF THE SAME MOVIE, SO LEAVE YOUR STAR REVIEW ON BOTH PARTS BUT WRITE YOUR REVIEW HERE IF YOU LIKE.

-Overlays and some music from 8eyedbaby.com
-Written and directed by otnemem20
-Story by otnemem20, P-ROBthePretentious, Warpatrelli
-Starring otnemem20, P-ROBthePretentious, Warpatrelli
 
Featured Reviews
- balehead1

This is an amazing B horror movie. it truly is the greatest of them all. I see what you did here, and why you call it the B horror film of all B-horror films, and it's because it has everything in it. Wolfmen, Zombies, Zombie sex, Russian crashdummies?!!, you brought back Laverne, and the old black man. You even have a little conversation between Eli Roth and Quentin Tarantino in there, and then Tarantino gets killed and Eli has to f uck a demon dog?! Amazing. I was literally speechless. I also loved the conversation between the 2 brothers, and the milkshake. However, the best was by far the "Nut on your chest" line. That was grooossss.

Your direction was very good here as well, because it was usually completely ridiculous. Other times it was your usual style with maybe some speedier movements and over-the-top touches. The crashdummies sequence was a lot like Hot Fuzz, which is cool as hell. I also appreciated the Tarantino-like structure with the title cards. I loved the Christopher Walken imitation as well. It was crazy how his brother stabbed him in the face. Or did he...

Posted on September 20, 2007
- Mildheadwound

Our delicious friend, Chaos, arrives just in time, to writhe in the carnage of zombie, human, and canine. A spastic, bombastic, collision of violent images and humourous guffaws, as the Cain (M.D.) bros. unleash their unholy terror on countless, unsuspecting city dwellers. But as these madmen propagate their legionnes of destruction, the real terror is driving around in a pink stretch limousine . . . Sorry, no fun facts for this one. Okay, just one; In April 1982, noted ethnobiologist E. Wade Davis went to Haiti following reports that two people who were supposed be dead had recently returned to their villages. Both the victims and their relatives attested to the fact that these two had been turned into zombies. Fortunately for Dr. Davis, one of the victims was able to describe the symptoms that followed his poisoning. Davis succeeded in learning the recipe for 'poudre zombi', and was present to witness its preparation. In the process, he recognized that the main ingredients included fou-fou which we know as the porcupinefish (Diodon hystrix), and the crapaud de mer, sea toad or pufferfish (Sphoeroides testudineus). Fishes that contain a deadly nerve toxin, called tetrodotoxin. Sushi anyone?

Posted on July 21, 2007
 
Reviews
- thebiz

Yikes, Reggie is a freak! You sure can weild that freecam sir. Color overlays were more effective here with some textures upon them. Story seemed a bit more spastic but I got the jist of it. Excellent editing. Fun Vos. Nicely done.

Posted on January 30, 2008
- balehead1

This is an amazing B horror movie. it truly is the greatest of them all. I see what you did here, and why you call it the B horror film of all B-horror films, and it's because it has everything in it. Wolfmen, Zombies, Zombie sex, Russian crashdummies?!!, you brought back Laverne, and the old black man. You even have a little conversation between Eli Roth and Quentin Tarantino in there, and then Tarantino gets killed and Eli has to f uck a demon dog?! Amazing. I was literally speechless. I also loved the conversation between the 2 brothers, and the milkshake. However, the best was by far the "Nut on your chest" line. That was grooossss.

Your direction was very good here as well, because it was usually completely ridiculous. Other times it was your usual style with maybe some speedier movements and over-the-top touches. The crashdummies sequence was a lot like Hot Fuzz, which is cool as hell. I also appreciated the Tarantino-like structure with the title cards. I loved the Christopher Walken imitation as well. It was crazy how his brother stabbed him in the face. Or did he...

Posted on September 20, 2007
- Mildheadwound

Our delicious friend, Chaos, arrives just in time, to writhe in the carnage of zombie, human, and canine. A spastic, bombastic, collision of violent images and humourous guffaws, as the Cain (M.D.) bros. unleash their unholy terror on countless, unsuspecting city dwellers. But as these madmen propagate their legionnes of destruction, the real terror is driving around in a pink stretch limousine . . . Sorry, no fun facts for this one. Okay, just one; In April 1982, noted ethnobiologist E. Wade Davis went to Haiti following reports that two people who were supposed be dead had recently returned to their villages. Both the victims and their relatives attested to the fact that these two had been turned into zombies. Fortunately for Dr. Davis, one of the victims was able to describe the symptoms that followed his poisoning. Davis succeeded in learning the recipe for 'poudre zombi', and was present to witness its preparation. In the process, he recognized that the main ingredients included fou-fou which we know as the porcupinefish (Diodon hystrix), and the crapaud de mer, sea toad or pufferfish (Sphoeroides testudineus). Fishes that contain a deadly nerve toxin, called tetrodotoxin. Sushi anyone?

Posted on July 21, 2007
- hmrubicon

I liked the first one better. This one had to many things going on that didn't seem to link together well. On both films the free cam work and use of props are excellent. The voice overs in the series are excellent. Some are funny and that one Russian guy reminds me of Schwarzenegger. The necrophilia part was disturbing and the part at the end creepy. People who like disturbing movies like me should watch these films. :)
If you want ,rate one of my films.

Posted on June 22, 2007
- VandrendeOrn

Your editing is awesome! this part was just as entertaining as the first one

Posted on June 17, 2007
- Skaramine

Part two was even wilder. What a great mash of of two great monster concepts... with a nice treat at the end.

*brrr* them things creep me out. Great two-parter!

Posted on June 14, 2007
- Michael_B6

I liked the first one better, this one seemed too jumbled for me. Minus the jumbled'ness, this one still had all the things I loved about the first.

The ending scene was one that really stuck with me, the contrast between the green fog and the red lighting on the girl just looked really amazing. (Fight Club, yez!)

Posted on June 13, 2007
- samyhouse

Hu? Well in the first part of this 2nd episode, you explain the link between all we saw in first episode, but after I wasn't able to understand a thing...one more time.
All is going too fast, too many screen in so few times that you loose me.


If I don't consider this, you have great skills with freecam, that's for sure!
The music....why don't you used custom music? Hmm I guess it's because you want it to be a B-Movie...but even with that I really prefer custom music, I can't hear those original game music anymore haaaaaaa!! lol
Like the first episode the evil doctor with the beard is still playing very bad (I can't beleave he is dying lol).
So I give you 4 stars for this one.

PS: If you have time, come check my Dark Thriller movie :)

Posted on June 12, 2007