cab drivers are vile, degenerate, stench
ridden individuals, but they don’t eat your flesh….until now! from the creative genius’ that brought you
the “27 coulombs of death” trilogy, comes the most vomit inducing gore-fest motion picture of the year.
from the depths of hell
to behind the wheel come horrors most recent blood splattered king, richard b. stanley.
behind the wheel of his blood soaked, hell cab, little richy lumbers around melbourne looking for new recruits for
his undead army of evil taxi drivers. you want to hope you’re not in his
sights as he rounds the next corner or you’ll find yourself mindlessly searching the streets for fresh souls to massacre
and devour. no one seems to realise people are vanishing off the streets until
our renegade, drug addled, gun slinging hero nick wottington sees the macabre taxi driver’s meeting at a secluded docklands
boat shed. with ‘hell cabs’ profits skyrocketing and a public exchange
float of their shares on the horizon, our communist hero (who hates anything capitalist, like ‘hell cabs’ pty.
ltd.) seeks to take on the army of the dead by his own.
touted as the beginning of a new era in film making, dead taxi takes the viewer on
a sensory overload of unbelievably gruesome gore whilst providing an insight into the darker side of economics. flesh tearing, blood gurgling, limb ripping, knee smashing, brain bleeding, eye gouging, axe chopping,
knife slitting scenes are shoved down the viewers throat until they vomit and laugh in disgust and awe. walking out of the madness that is dead taxi, a relaxing afternoon will now constitute of watching the
undiscovered tapes of charlie manson sodomising bert newton. strap in horror
lovers, cause this is a ride you’ll most likely never recover.
“Dead taxi had a greater impact than
being in an aeroplane which flew into a nuclear reactor”
- Philip Christopher, “Tickle my brain”
“This movie made me shit my pants
four times, and I loved it!”
Fr. Stoney, Catholic Digest
“10/10 for plot, 10/10 for gore, 10/10
for the five minute zombie decapitation with a blunt machete scene”
- John Howard, Prime Minister of Australia
“Fucking freaks have gone too far!”
George A. Romero, the father of gore.