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Great short starring our friend and CHOP’s director Trent Haaga. You’ll never listen to Smashing Pumpkins the same.

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New VICTIM trailer !

"You seem nervous too…"

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We got this covered reviews CHOP !

Quick Synopsis: “Lance Reed is forced by a psychotic stranger to confront his duplicitous past. Seeking retribution for a crime, the man forces Lance to reveal his inner most secrets by systematically removing his limbs.”

Director: Trent Haaga

Haaga’s directorial debut oozes every bit of Troma influenced campy hilarity absorbed from his time with the famed B-Movie production company, creating an original horror comedy knowing no boundaries. Detach yourself from reality as Lance (Will Keenan) is forced to re-live his drug filled and debaucherous past while visited by people whom he wronged and who seek a little deserved payback.

Rational thought should be found nowhere near Chop, as Keenan crafts a dimwitted and charismatic lead character, understanding the cheese-tastic nature B-Movie actors normally exude, and tailors such behaviors to Lance.

Timothy Muskatell play’s Lance’s abductor and deserves his own acting recognition as well, embodying a vivaciously delusional and twisted torturer who is exposed full force come Chop‘s finale.

It almost feels devilish watching Lance’s body be severed in numerous places as he struggles to remember the fateful incident which spurred his capture, but writer Adam Minarovich keeps a joking tone present which never lets his script slip into serious horror land so laugh away!

Sick, twisted, deranged, and wildly entertaining, Trent Haaga picked up all the right traits from Troma and forgot the bad, making a splatterific B-Movie worthy of the highest Troma distribution honor.  Too bad Bloody Disgusting Selects beat them to it!

Final Rating: 7.5/10


Read more at http://wegotthiscovered.com/movies/bloody-disgusting-selets-retrospective/2/#IGWIB6sZmskgbveW.99

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Maxim names BLEEDING HOUSE as one of the best hidden horror films!

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For all you slasher lovers out there… Enjoy !

SLICE & DICE : THE SLASHER FILM FOREVER

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