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Fearless leader Kevin Strange is better at what he does than anyone currently making low budget, underground, or independent film of this nature. Hack Movies has never been afraid to make fun of itself and go completely over the edge with the material they produce and CockHammer is no different. Every title released under the label has always been top-notch including loads of special features, heaps of gore, indecent behavior, insane characters, and hilarious comedy. CockHammer has it all.
To start with, you get a fully-packaged DVD with great cover art on the front and an amazing array on the back including great photos, a special features listing, and an arrangement no different than what you expect from a commercial DVD. Upon opening the jewel case, you will find not only an introduction to the Hack universe of Strangeville but a great Hack Movies decal sticker (ya know, to put on the back of your sister's cutie pink dress before she goes to school). Then there's the DVD itself which is a fully-colored, laser-written masterpiece. And let's not forget the actual content of the DVD which includes well over four hours of special features.
Now, how the heck is the movie? Well I am pretty proud of it.Read more ›
In the tradition of early John Waters's work, Kevin makes the best of his available resources and delivers on a product sure to please the Hack Movies minions. As for Hack Movies newbies, CockHammer will take anyone's preconceived notion of what lower-budget horror should be and body slams it through a flaming table of thumb tacks.
Main characters Terrence and Perander are like post-puberty, real-life versions of Beavis and Butt-head, while their girlfriends are never shy about showing off their mouth-pieces. As the story progresses, Terrence and Perander must defend their girlfriends' stellar (or cellar) reputations against drug addicts, pervs, kidnappers and a necromancing snuff-film producer with OCD. The boys are quick to point out, "Our girlfriends aren't sl*ts, they're just... open-minded."
I'm a horror novelist who doesn't have the same budgetary concerns and production costs of a film-maker, so I can appreciate the writing skills of CockHammer writer-director Kevin Strange.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Cockhammer is a Troma-esque horror-comedy with a lot of comedy, and very little horror. And while there is a lot of comedy, some of it is tiresome. Read morePublished on January 3, 2011 by Ben Wasden
This is one of those movies where a bunch of friends got together and had some fun. Which is what you'll have while you watch this totally inept celuloid nightmare. Read morePublished on March 20, 2010 by Culture Vulture
If you like indie films, Troma, LBP, Blood, Gore, Giant Cocks, Monsters, drug use and all other sort impure ilk then this flick is for you check it out and support true independent... Read morePublished on January 7, 2010 by R. Orr
Although the title sounds like a corny porno about a guy laying the smackdown with his hefty genitalia, it is much more than that. Read morePublished on December 26, 2009 by Sean Ferrari