An incompetent horror director discovers he can make realistic gore effects by killing his co-workers and using their severed body parts as special effects. This slasher spoof tribute to Herschel Gordon Lewis (who has a cameo) has a few moments of inspiration but is mostly predi...
A frustrated horror director decides that the best way to scare an audience is to take a more authentic approach to his craft in this gore-spattered satire starring David Hess, and inspired by the car... read more
DVD Release Date: August 31, 2009
Stats: 87 reviews
Flixster Reviews (87)
April 22, 2011
April 20, 2010
This movie is just completely awful.Avoid this piece of trash at all costs.I like Sasha Grey but she really does need to stick to porn.That's what she does best.
March 24, 2010
Obviously the only reason you would watch this is Sasha Grey. I get that it's a B movie and is supposed to be silly, campy etc. But I can think of a better way to spend 85 minutes with Sasha Grey.
March 23, 2010
Smash Cut starts off being introduced by Hershel Gordon Lewis, and from then on, it is an amazing homage to the goremaster, done just as he would have done it. The music sounds like it was taken right out of his movies. The gore looks incredibly fake at times, and sometime all to...
October 13, 2009
Very enjoyable shlock flick with a good performance from Hess and Michael Berryman in a terrible, terrible wig. It has Sasha Grey performing Hamlet holding a severed head. Yeah, that's the kind of party you're in for..
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