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August Underground's Mordum
Directed by Jerami Cruise
Killjoy
Mike Schneider
Fred Vogel
Cristie Whiles
Produced by Toetag Pictures
Written by Jerami Cruise
Killjoy
Mike Schneider
Fred Vogel
Cristie Whiles
Starring Jerami Cruise
Killjoy
Mike Schneider
Fred Vogel
Cristie Whiles
Editing by Fred Vogel
Release date(s) United States 2003 (V)
Running time 77 minutes
Country United States
Language English
Preceded by August Underground
Followed by August Underground's Penance

August Underground's Mordum is an independent exploitation film released by the Pittsburgh-based film production/special effects/design company Toetag Pictures in 2003; like its predecessor.

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Plot

The film depicts a dysfunctional love triangle of sorts between the volatile lead from the original August Underground (portrayed by Toetag founder Fred Vogel), his maniacal girlfriend and partner-in-crime Crusty (Cristie Whiles), and Crusty's animalistic brother, dubbed Maggot (Michael Schneider). As Maggot's mental facilities decline and competition with Vogel's character for the affections of Crusty mounts, tensions simmer before coming to full boil at Mordum's climax: Maggot manages to wrestle Vogel's knife out of his hands and then proceeds to cut his own throat before the film cuts to static.[1]

Release

Despite its direct-to-DVD release, the film earned the number one position on the "Top 10 Sickest Movies" list posted on the IGN Horror Brain blog.[2]

Production

Mordum is a simulated snuff film, which includes graphic depictions of sexual deviancy (including necrophilia and pedophilia) and murder (including a fleeting depiction of infanticide).

Besides his directing the film, Cruise has also been credited with the creation of the FX make-up. [3]

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