Max Seed, a man responsible for the death of 666 people over a 6 year period, is on the loose. The cops receive videos portraying the death and decomposition of creatures ranging from a cockroach to a full-grown woman. They trace the videos to the residence of Seed. Detective Matt Bishop captures Seed, who is soon sentenced to death by electric chair.
A state law says that a convicted criminal who survives three jolts of 15,000 volts each for 45 seconds is legally permitted to go free. After the second shock fails to kill Max Seed, the Warden Arnold Calgrove and Dr. Parker Wickson decide to declare Seed dead rather than risk his escape. Seed is then buried alive and forgotten. Seed soon returns from the grave and begins a brutal vengeance tour through all those that wronged him. — Wikipedia
One of the more outrageous figures in the low-budget filmmaking scene of the early 21st century, Uwe Boll was a German-born director, producer and screenwriter who turned out several movie versions of popular video games, including “House of the Dead” (2003), “Alone in the Dark” (2005), and “Bloodrayne” (2005). While technically competent, these pictures were largely uninspired grindhouse-type efforts, and fared modestly at the box office. Boll’s movies were also a favorite target for critics – especially those working for Internet sites – who spared no quarter in detailing their failings. Boll responded by personally attacking writers and sites who had besmirched his work – even challenging several to a public boxing match in 2006.
Born June 22, 1965 in Wermelskirchen, Germany, Boll developed an interest in filmmaking as a boy after seeing the 1962 version of “Mutiny of the Bounty” with Marlon Brando. Like many aspiring filmmakers, he directed his share of short epics on Super… read more