Necrophagia - Necrotorture Sickcess 2005 Horror Movie Review
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Another sick and depraved music appears! Necrophagia’s “Necrotorture/Sickcess” is a vomitous concoction of footage from shot on the road during the band’s 2003 European tour, including an entire live show from Spain. With the help of Fred Vogul, whom horror fanatics will recognize from the renowned video nasty, August Underground, and Jose Moral, who has shown the world his advanced visual aspects time and time again. If you’re looking for a boring, run of the mill live show, you’ve come to the wrong place. This is chock full of murder, cannibalism, debauchery, and outrageous simulated snuff footage. The live video was filmed with four different angle cameras and is an entire hour of bloody performance on high resolution and Dolby 5.1 professionaly mixed sound.
About Necrophagia - Necrotorture Sickcess (2005)
Necrophagia - Necrotorture Sickcess
Rating: 3 / 5 stars from 5 users.
NR (Not Rated)Runtime:
120 minutesDirector: Various,
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