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Second Class Cinema Episode 58: Deathgasm (2015)

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It was Brittany's turn to pick this week, and we're sure it will surprise everyone to know that she picked a horror-comedy.  We watched the 2015 New Zealand gore-fest, Deathgasm.

After being forced to live with his overly religious aunt and uncle, Brodie tries to make the best of things by making a few new friends and starting a metal band. He even attracts the attention of his classmate, Medina, who is a total babe. Unfortunately for him, it's not enough to make him feel at home. He gets beat up by his cousin for talking to Medina, his family treats him like the spawn of Satan, and his classmates think he's a freak. So when he and his best friend Zakk discover an ancient text- a song to summon demons, known as the Black Hymn- it's not a surprise that they think it's metal as fuck and decide to play it. Bloody chaos ensues, and now it's up to Dethgasm (and Medina) to stop the demons and prevent the demon Aeloth from taking over the world. 

This movie was a gem in the same vein as Dead Alive and Evil Dead, and was a gory joy to watch. Listen up as we discuss dildo murder, barbed wire weed-whackers and the power of chainmail metal babes! BRUTAAAAL! Find out how it measure up on The Fuck Scale!


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