Wizard of Gore
Wizard of Gore (2007)

A mysterious magician has some very unpleasant secrets in this gory tale of terror. Edmund Bigelow (Kip Pardue) is the publisher of Cacophony Gazette , a journal that covers the cutting edge of art and performance in California. Jaded… More

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Rated: R
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Release Date: May 17, 2007
DVD Release Date: August 19, 2008
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Scott Weinberg

It's not really a scary movie, no matter how you slice it, but this remake offers plenty of the stuff promised in the title, in addition to a divertingly circuitous "whodunnit" aspect that works a bit better than one would expect.

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Anton Bitel

In this masterclass in the art of the remake, it is as though Herschell Gordon Lewis's frankly sub-par original has here metamorphosed into the gloriously head-messing sleazefest it might have been.

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Steve "Uncle Creepy" Barton
Dread Central

Sex, death, blood, and drugs, baby ... A wonderfully sleazy experience!

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Cassandra Maples
The Wizard of Gore is set in present day Los Angeles where Edmund Bigelow (Kip Pardue) publishes a small underground paper, always looking for the next big… More
A.D. Villarreal
I've haven't seen the original (yet) but I somehow doubt it's anywhere as convoluted as this turns out to be. Still, lots of blood and boobs,… More
David Ladd
Jeremy Kasten's "The Wizard Of Gore" is a remake of the 1970 Herschell Gordon Lewis horror pic where a shady magician's extremely-realistic… More
Christopher Brown
Another one I may have liked more because I was sick as a filthy fuckin' animal. This is a weird remake of an equally weird film. Though Glover's… More
Phil Hubbs
Didnt really follow the story and the way it plans out, very surreal and odd. I didnt really enjoy it to be honest, found it dull and dissapointing.
ken j
This movie was pretty good i did kinda expect alittle more from the cast and alot of the story is semi incoherent towards the end but the rest of the movie can… More