(List) 20 Must-See German Horror Movies

18. Premutos: The Fallen Angel (1997)


According to legend, long before Lucifer had his little hissy fit, Premutos was rebelling against God’s decree as he wanted to rule the world with his army of the dead. Throughout the ages, the son of Premutos has been reincarnated in different forms and through the dreams of a young man, we see the demon throughout different times in history slaughtering countless victims. When the young man finds a mysterious book, it turns him into the monster he was always destined to be and the son of Premutos is reborn once again.

Olaf Ittenbach’s Premutos: The Fallen Angel (aka Premutos: Lord Of The Living Dead) often gets compared to Peter Jackson’s Dead Alive, and for good reason; if you’re a fan of blood-caked gore, look no further. Premutos easily ranks up there with the goriest movies in existence.

While the first half of the movie is a little slow at times, the second half is unrelenting in both action and bloodshed. Premutos goes on a rampage of epic proportions; killing people, bringing the dead to “life,” and simply wreaking havoc. Blood, gore, vomit, snot – you name it, if it’s gross it’s in there. Heads blow up, limbs are severed, cheesy lines are spoken. It’s an all out war, the living versus the dead, with hilarious outcomes and a genius finale.

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