Punk Rock Holocaust (2004)





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The scene is the 2003 Vans Warped Tour, one of the biggest touring punk festivals in history, but this time around, instead of merely moshing... bands, fans, merchants and crew members are being systematically slaughtered. Due to the rigors of the day to day operation of the tour, the grizzly murders are overlooked until so many people are dead or missing it is impossible to ignore. Soon rumors are abound of a legendary band named Brutal Enigma who supposedly years ago tricked Warped Tour founder Kevin Lyman into letting them perform by giving him a Black Flag demo tape. Discovering he'd been duped by a horrible band, Lyman banished Brutal Enigma from the tour. Days later, Brutal Enigma was found dead by apparent suicide on their tour bus. Has the banished band returned for revenge? Or is there something far more sinister abound? This punk rock slasher comedy is directed by Doug Sakmann and produced by Backseat Conceptions. The film features starring roles and performances from nearly every band on this year's tour, including RANCID, SIMPLE PLAN, THE USED, LESS THAN JAKE, ANDREW WK, TSUNAMI BOMB, DROPKICK MURPHIES, SUICIDE MACHINES, ATMOSHPHERE, MEST, PENNYWISE and more as they struggle to keep on the road and figure out who is behind the crimes. The film backdrop includes the Warped Tour's stages, grounds and production areas, as well as the various venues and landmarks that the crew encounters along the 44 date tour.
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A pretty fun movie if you're into punk music and horror movies. If you can get past the homemade look of it, it's very entertaining.

Eric Loubert
Eric Loubert

Slasher movie set on the Warped tour with some inspired bits and performances. Not great audio or video quality, but every now and then there would be a really terrific line that would hold my interest. Easily could have cut out twenty minutes and it would have been a just as successful flick.

Craig Graziano
Craig Graziano

Sporadically funny in a low-budget, low brow kinda way. It features some inventive deaths, alot of blood and Lloyd Kaufman in a brief role as Old Split-Foot himself. And speaking of Kaufman its like a Troma movie only funnier.

A.D. Villarreal
A.D. Villarreal

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