Plot: Wayne (Martin Henderson) has rented a guest house on a remote farm and gathered his girlfriend Maxine (Mia Goth), stripper Bobby-Lynne (Brittany Snow), vet Jackson (Kid Cudi) camera man RJ (Owen Campbell) and RJ’s girlfriend Lorraine (Jenny Ortega). Together they plan on shooting a farm-themed porno. Of course, the old farmer (Stephen Ure) can’t know about that part. But his frail wife Pearl gets wind of it. And that turns out to be much more dangerous for them than they could ever anticipate.
X was okay, but not exactly great. I liked the first part, but the second part left me pretty cold. There is a bit of nice meta commentary, but I was hoping for a little more.
Brodie (Milo Cawthorne) loves metal music, but unfortunately feels completely out of place with his love at his new school. That is, until he meets Zakk (James Blake) in a record shop. The two of them decide to found a band, together with Dion (Sam Berkley) and Giles (Daniel Cresswell). When Zakk and Brodie stumble upon the apparently abandoned home of former metal legend Rikki Daggers (Stephen Ure), they not only find Rikki himself, but Rikki hands them sheet music to keep safe. Sheet music that is apparently written to summon demons. Soon all hell breaks loose. Literally.
Deathgasm was written by a metalhead for metalheads, a group of people I am not a part of. But that didn’t matter in the least to me: I still enjoyed the film a lot.