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June 14, 2017

Italian splatter masters Necrostorm have opened the doors to pre-orders of their latest gore opus, Suite 313, with a trailer

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September 19, 2016

Italian goremeisters Necrostorm have recently opened the gates on a crowdfunding effort that hopes to see their upcoming flick Hotel

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July 11, 2016

If you’re a gore fan and haven’t experienced the insane delights of Adam Chaplin, you’re doing yourself a disservice. But

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May 20, 2016

If there’s one thing that stands out besides the jaw-dropping splatter in flicks such as Hotel Inferno (review), Taeter City

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April 1, 2016

Starring Wilmar Zimosa, Edward X. Young, Mike Keller Directed by Giulio De Santi, Neil Meschino Distributed by Necrostorm “Body melts, alien mutations,

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December 16, 2015

Neil Meschino and Giulio De Santi, the latter being one of the warped geniuses behind Adam Chaplin, Taeter City, and

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December 14, 2015

I love Necrostorm’s work. Scratch that — I’m in deep, passionate love with Necrostorm’s work. It all started with Adam

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March 24, 2015

While it may shift away from their usual sci-fi/horror approach, splatter masters Necrostorm have revealed an ultra brutal new trailer

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December 22, 2014

Fans of splatterific manga-style punch-fest Adam Chaplin will be happy to know that the studio behind the flick, Necrostorm, have

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November 11, 2014

A new flick from Italian splatter maestros Necrostorm entitled Judy recently went up for pre-order ahead of its November 21st

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October 23, 2014

Italian splatter mavens Necrostorm recently got in touch to reveal their brand new website, sporting promises of new movies; updates

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Uncategorized December 12, 2013

Post Thumb: /dec13/necrostorm.jpg Splatter fans, rejoice! Italian masters of gore Necrostorm – the demented FX wizards behind Adam Chaplin (review