Beer Cellar: A couple (Nathan Head, Juliette Strange) keep
two girls (Sabrina Dickens, Kate Marie Davies) in the cellar as
involuntary kidney donors to pay off their debts - which would be a
risky enough plan even if they didn't involve the girls in their
marital problems ...
- If You Were Here: A deeply traumatized woman (Jade Wallis)
has recurring bad dreams about a man (Robert Chapman) wanting to rape
and kill her - but sometimes dreams do come true if you only let them
- Sick Little Boy: Left by his mum and despised by his dad
(Mark Ivan Benfield) while longing for his stepmom (Carley Watts),
Toby (Oliver Malam) has fled to a fantasy world where he's lorded over
by his evil self and his mother figure's a webcam girl (Elle
Alexandra) - and all of this doesn't have the best influence on him
- Young and Naive: Corine's (Ashleigh Gloyne) just a naive
young office worker, but someone has taken a fancy in her - and this
someone shows his affection by killing everyone who's nice to her and
kidnapping her to keep her in his cellar ...
- Abort: For an illegal abortionist (Rami Hilmi), an abortion
turns wrong when the mother dies, the kid comes out alive. Unable to
kill an alive little baby, he raises her in secret and eventually
makes her his underage prostitute. But the kid has picked up some ugly
- Snow: A women (Susan Adriensen) grows more and more jealous
of her lovely stepdaughter (Vikki Spit) - so she has her cut apart
little by little ...
- Masque of the Red Rape: A guy (Damien Colletti) hears voices
- including the one from his "wife" who tells him do kidnap
and cut open girls to cleanse them of their "demons" ...
- Monster: Stacey's (Sandra Veronica Stanczyk) a cute little
girl - who has burned her father (David Sellicks) at age 8 after he
raped her, and later her husband in their wedding night. Now she's
held at a high security facility ... where she's not totally safe from
being raped again. But she's a girl of means ...
- Precious: Even if you call in the specialists (Rudy Barrow,
Chris Howley, Anthony J. Hughes), there's no guarantee an exorcism
will go right ...
Now the story behind the story of this movie is that the source
material for this anthology was written by a young girl, who started
writing on this at the tender age of 12, and her stories touched horror
director David V.G. Davies enough to turn them into the anthology movie on
hand - but that said, Blaze of Gory's by no means a kiddie movie,
there's plenty of blood and mutilation, sex and violence here to please
every self-respecting horror fan, and that the different segments were
made by different directors who vary vastly in style works really well for
this movie that feels like a rollercoaster ride to the best and most
degenerate (in a good way) that the genre has to offer. It's really tons