Dec 24, 2017

Rock'n'Roll Nightmare


Edited: Oct 7, 2018


Take Jon Mikl Thor and have him write, produce, and star in a metal music horror themed masterpiece? This sure isn't House of 1,000 Corpses, a feat I think only Rob Zombie could make. This is The Edge of HELL, which was the original (and still IN THE ACTUAL CUT as the title of Rock'n'Roll Nightmare!) . We follow Thors' metal band out into a remote ranch to record their next album. Complete with 80s cock-rock metal and some of the most hilarious monsters ever. All coming together for the most bizarre coma-inducing ending you could dream of. Truly ridiculous. Have fun!


{Attached is actually the full film. I couldn't even find a trailer for this direct-to-Canadian-video masterpiece}


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