Scene from the original ‘Punk Rock Holocaust’ featuring a shot-for-shot homage to the Times Square scene in Friday the 13th Part 8: Jason Takes Manhattan. The film’s Executioner takes inspiration from Jason Voorhees, having amassed the highest body count in slasher film history in the original Punk Rock Holocaust with over 120 individual deaths!
We’re going to be releasing fan favorite scenes from the first 2 movies over the summer so you can get a taste of what’s to come with Punk Rock Holocaust 3! Let us know what scene you want to see on our Facebook page!
PRH 2 Review Overview
“As stated in the review of the original Punk Rock Holocaust, horror and hardcore seem like a perfect match. Each represents the outside edge of their respective mediums, and while many can argue that there are universal elements involved, it is clear that not everyone embraces these entertainment extremes. No, it takes a true type of enthusiast to enjoy the melding of these two totally intense concepts – and a better concern would be what such a merger would look and sound like? The answer, interestingly enough, is incredibly FUNNY! Yep, that’s right. With Van’s annual concert tour as a backdrop, and what has to be the highest body count in any movie EVER MADE, Doug Sakmann’s lunatic love letter to bloodletting and mosh pitting is a big, brash power chord layered across the entire DIY mentality of the music, and the moviemaking, he’s championing. It’s no surprise then that each and every one of these accolades applies to the inevitable sequel, Punk Rock Holocaust 2. It’s an equally inspired effort.”
A series of live concert horror-comedy films directed by Doug Sakmann