Goregoyles: The Holy Terror (2003) Movie Review

Goregoyles: The Holy Terror (2003)

2003 | Horror, Thriller, Fantasy
90 minutes /

User Score: 60/100


A slovenly host is your guide for two horror tales. The first involves a mild-mannered man possessed...

Goregoyles: The Holy Terror Review

Freaky host Uncle Vicious presents two independent gore films filled with blood and guts that will shock the audience. In THE HOLY TERROR, a young man finds out he is possessed by an ancient evil and that he is the pawn of a war between Satan and the Holy Church. He will have to use the evil power inside him to fight both sides and get out of this mess alive. In BEAST, a young independent woman comes back home to find the body of her murdered husband in her bathtub. As her life is thrown in a downward spiral, she starts getting weird phone calls from her estranged junky brother Frank. With a plan to end his own life, Frank will kidnap her and take her to the brink of insanity where the human beast roams free.

About Goregoyles: The Holy Terror (2003)

Title: Goregoyles: The Holy Terror
Original Title: Goregoyles: The Holy Terror, The Holy Terror
AKA: GoreGoyles: First Cut
Year: 2003
Runtime: 90 minutes
Type: Movie
Genre: Horror, Thriller, Fantasy
Score: 2 / 5 stars
Avg. Rating: 3/5 stars from 5 users.
Total Avg. Votes: 5
Starring: Oto Brezina, Nathan King, Robert Harvick, Sebastien Croteau, Matt Busch, Galen Chandler, Brendan McNamara, Scott Symons
Writers: Augustine Arredondo, Alexandre Michaud, Stephen C. Seward
Director: Kevin J. Lindenmuth, Alexandre Michaud, Augustine Arredondo

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