Wednesday, February 15, 2017
DVD Review: KILLER RACK (2015)
Directed by Greg Lamberson
Distributed by Camp Motion Pictures
With a name like that, it's gotta be good! Right? Well, I gotta hand it to the filmmakers for the amazing play on words, and I can't believe it's never been done until now! The film is KILLER RACK and I am proud to say it is lots of fun! Here is the plot synopsis from the Camp Motion Pictures website:
From the director of Slime City comes a screwball horror comedy about a murderous set of monstrous mammaries: Killer Rack!
In a world that prizes breast size over accomplishments, Betty Downer just can’t get a break. Scorned by her co-workers, ridiculed by her boyfriend and overlooked by her boss, Betty impulsively books breast enhancement surgery with the Elder Gods-worshipping Dr. Cate Thulu...and then all hell breaks loose!
First off, go into this film realizing it's more of a comedy than it is a horror film, although there are elements of horror all throughout it, as well as some fun, over the top gore. It is very campy and silly, but that makes it a lot of fun! The film reminds me a lot of a Troma film, especially since even Lloyd Kaufman has a brief cameo in the film! Also, the wonderful Debbie Rochon is in the film as the mad doctor, Cate Thulu. Again, great play on words there! The film also has one of my new genre favorites, the beautiful Brooke Lewis as the voice of the "killer rack". Yes, the boobs talk. I told you it was pretty silly!
Not only do the boobs talk, but they kill! Yes, they might look good at first, but if you happen to get an up close and personal look at them, you can kiss your hand or even head goodbye! The killer rack has a mouth/teeth where the nipples usually are and they get a lot of action! This is where some great gore comes into play, as well as some very cheesy CGI effects when the boobs sprout tentacle like things that come out and kill! I guess if you got implants from Dr. Cate Thulu, that is bound to happen!
If you like fun, campy horror, check out KILLER RACK. It is available now from Camp Motion Pictures and contains the following special features:
* Commentary Track
* Deleted Scenes
* Behind the Scenes Featurette
* Bonus Short Films
CLICK HERE to watch the trailer
CLICK HERE to purchase the DVD