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Death Toilet (Review)

Director – Evan Jacobs (The Reckoning, Insect)
Starring – Isaac Golub (Black Friday, The Park), Mike Hartsfield (The Riverbed, How Many Times Can I Say I Love You?), and Evan Jacobs
Release Date – 2018
Rating – 3/5

Tagline – “You can runs…butt you can’t hide”

I love stupid movies. I can’t help it. Movies that refuse to take themselves seriously and offer up large than life characters are usually movies that stick with me. Sometime ago Ron Bonk and his SRS Cinema announced that they would be doing a limited run of the new horror comedy Death Toilet. I did not give a fuck what the movie was about. All I knew was that I had to have it for my collection.

I went ahead and ordered it and before it arrived I had several people tell me that they had already watched it and it was right up my alley. I got it in a few months back but I never had the time to check it out until now. I’m glad I did.

**Spoiler Alert**The film follows a Vietnam vet who moves into the house that his brother mysteriously was murdered in. After he moved in he starts to notice the toilet acting strange and soon discovers that the toilet is haunted. He calls for an exorcism but the presence is far more powerful than he truly knows.**Spoiler Alert**

Death Toilet is a bad movie. Don’t let my review steer you in the opposite direction. The movie is a fucking train wreck through a shit show but god damn do I love every minute of it.

The acting in this one is far from perfect. The cast over exaggerates every scenario which makes the scenes very fun and gives the lack of story some depth. They take their lack of experience and turn it into something fun.

The story for this one is a little uneven but does offer up some ridiculous movie fun. The film does suffer from pacing issues and cutting some running time would make it a little more fun but the film is still very enjoyable the way it is. I do like the comical approach to this silly story and the end product is very entertaining.

Finally, this film does have some blood but the effects, or the lack there of, does show the film’s budget. We get a little bit of blood here and there and that is the extent of it. With that being said, I laughed by ass off at the fun 90s visual fireballs shooting from the shitter. Overall, Death Toilet is fucking fun. The movie is far from perfect but you can’t deny how entertaining this one is. Check this one out!

Written by Blacktooth

(Staff Writer) Lover of all things horror and metal. Also likes boobs and booze.