Watch: Gothkill 2008 123movies, Full Movie Online – When Catholic Priest and Inquisitor Nicholas Dread finds out that innocents are being burned as witches he decides to do something about it. Unfortunately for him, his superiors don’t agree and he’s burned at the stake alongside two women he forced confessions from. While dying, Nick curses god and makes a pact with Satan to reign over his own kingdom someday at any cost. Now, in 21st century New York City, Dread has returned to finish the deal. His end of the bargain with Satan must be fulfilled, and many will die so Dread can take the throne in his kingdom of over one hundred thousand corrupt souls. He just has to find the right bunch of victims…and it just so happens the best Goth Club in the city is ripe for this bloodthirsty butcher bent on revenge! Can a group of Goths and wanna-be vampires hold their own when the real thing arrives?.
Plot: An inquisitor tries to stop his superiors from burning innocent people at the stake but is burned for his “treason”. He curses god and makes a pact with the devil. Now in modern times he must kill to fulfill his pact. Can a group of goths survive?
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Painfully unfunny and dull horror “comedy”.
Satanism, goofy humor, naked goth babes… This premise had a lot of potential and sounded right up my alley but wow, I have not been this disappointed and outright annoyed with a movie like this in a while.
It was a bad sign when the movie started and the lead actor immediately got on my nerves. He disappears after the opening scene and we’re introduced to the two leading ladies. But don’t worry! That annoying lead keeps popping back up to make a bunch of unfunny quips or just randomly narrates things.
After a dress-up montage, the two lead girls end up walking around a goth club for about ten minutes where nothing happens. Did I mention the sound design on this is terrible? Well, it is. We’re treated to some occasional topless women but when a movie is this bad, that doesn’t even matter.
This film has a 70 minutes runtime. It hit 50 minutes and they are STILL TRYING TO SET UP THE PLOT. Talk about excruciatingly boring. I had the impression there would be some decent gore in this, but there is none. There is some blood that gets splashed around but even that is very minimal. You would think they could’ve taken the time to make some innovative kills with the body count this film has.
This film is very cheaply made but that’s not the issue here. I watch stuff that looks like it was shot in someone’s backyard and have a great time with it. This movie is just boring, unfunny, and never takes off. Completely got on my nerves. Oh, and if you’re drawn in by the fact that Mistress Juliya is in this? She shows up for maybe a whole minute of screen time. Don’t bother.
I rarely give out a 1 rating on here but this is one film that I really feel deserves it. Don’t waste your time.
An immensely enjoyable serving of gloriously campy Satanic horror trash
Catholic priest and Inquisitor Nick Dread (marvelously essayed with deliciously lip-smacking gusto by Flambeaux) renounces his faith in God and vows to serve Satan instead when he gets burned at the stake for trying to expose the church’s true reasons for persecuting and executing witches. Dread proceeds to murder 100,000 people throughout the centuries for Beezlebub, but still gets betrayed by the Devil and consigned to his own nothing corner of Hades. Fortunately, the local New York City Goth vampire group the Scorpion Society hold a ceremony which conjures forth Nick’s angry and lethal spirit from the great beyond. Nick possesses the body of sweet college student Annie (an appealing performance by the pretty Erica Giovinazzo) and opens up a king-sized barrel of ferocious cackling butchery on the wholly deserving poser Goth crowd.
Do-It-Yourself indie writer/director JJ Connelly has a grand time joyfully mocking the inherent ridiculousness of the whole obnoxiously arch and trendy Big Apple Goth underground scene in this nifty little low-budget fright feature. Connelly pours on the expected tasty female nudity, brutal torture, and excessive over-the-top splatter (blood spurts and squirts all over the place with crazed abandon) by the pleasingly plentiful bucketful. Moreover, Connelly even tosses in a hysterical martial arts fight for good measure. The cast have an absolute ball with their parts. Scottish-accented Flambeaux really sinks his teeth into the role of the delightfully diabolical Dread, tossing off sardonic quips and killing folks with infectiously deranged brio (“You people want to see something evil? I’ll show you *beep*ing evil!”). Giovinazzo likewise impresses as Annie, showing real range as both an endearingly naive innocent and a fabulously wicked murderess. Eve Blackwater is solid and likable as Annie’s hip and loyal best gal pal Kate. Michael Day amuses as the extremely pompous and dandyish Scorpion Society leader Lord Walechia. Luscious brunette stunner Juliya Chernetsky burns up the screen as an enticing demonatrix. Of course, the ladies are all insanely hot and a few of them show off their lovely naked bodies. The climactic sequence set in a fiery hell full of moaning and miserable writhing souls totally smokes. Kudos are also in order for the polished cinematography by Jarrod Kloiber, which gives the picture a cool slick look. Lyris Hung’s roaring score set to a pulsating electronic beat totally rocks as well. All in all, this flick sizes up as an immensely entertaining tongue-in-cheek horror blast.
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Rated Not Rated
Genre Comedy, Horror
Director James Connelly
Writer James Connelly
Actors Anastacia Andino, Eve Blackwater, Juliya Chernetsky, Michael Day
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