Goregoyles: The Holy Terror (2003) Horror Movie Review
Horror movies Review
Freaky host Uncle Vicious presents two independent gore films filled with blood and guts that will shock the audience. In THE HOLY TERROR, a young man finds out he is possessed by an ancient evil and that he is the pawn of a war between Satan and the Holy Church. He will have to use the evil power inside him to fight both sides and get out of this mess alive. In BEAST, a young independent woman comes back home to find the body of her murdered husband in her bathtub. As her life is thrown in a downward spiral, she starts getting weird phone calls from her estranged junky brother Frank. With a plan to end his own life, Frank will kidnap her and take her to the brink of insanity where the human beast roams free.
A slovenly host is your guide for two horror tales. The first involves a mild-mannered man possessed by a demon whose evil is always waiting to break free. The second involves a backwater town overrun with zombies and the steps the locals take to prevent further penetration.
About Goregoyles: The Holy Terror (2003)
Starring: Robert Harvick, Marc Vaillancourt, Mireille Levesque, Brendan McNamara (III), Oto Brezina
Runtime: 127 minutes
Director: Alexandre Michaud, Augustine Arredondo