No offense to any of you guys that like this stuff, but Necronos looks like something I will never, ever watch. I’m not big into August Underground or any of those flicks, which is exactly what Marc Rohnstock’s film looks like. Check below for some NSFW stills and see if you have a better constitution than I do.
Necronos, one of the mightiest minions of the devil himself has come to earth to create an invincible army of the undead under leadership of barbaric demons, called Berzerkers. To achieve his goal Necronos needs numerous often very macabre and difficult to come by ingredients. So Satan sends him two assistants to achieve his goal – Goran, a Blood Demon and footman loyal to Necronos as well as The Mighty Witch to locate the chosen one – a virgin witch.
Blending over-the-top gore with a fair amount of medieval fantasy, NECRONOS tells the story of a powerful black wizard—the eponymous villain of the movie—who is about to create an undefeatable army of the undead for the Horned One himself. However, to fulfil his purpose and to build an invincible force of hell, Necronos not only needs to team up with an evil sorceress in order to find a virgin witch known as The Chosen One, whose blood bears powers far beyond anything the human mind can grasp, but he also needs to create a so-called Berserker—a superhuman warlord of the underworld, who will lead the Devil’s troops to victory and enslave mankind once and for all. Unfortunately, the creation of such a Berserker ain’t exactly a walk in the park and hence he sends his minion Goran, the Blood Demon, down to Earth to kill all kinds of innocent people and collect a whole lot of bizarre ingredients that are needed for the creation of the hellish warmaster.