Blood Freak

Monday, September 29th, 2014 by Christopher Robinson

Blood Freak   blood freak poster 02 75x120 reviews horror Director: Brad F. Grinter and Steve Hawkes
Writer: Brad F. Grinter and Steve Hawkes
Release year: 1972

Do the Freaky Turkey

A drifter enters a surreal world of horror as a ‘guinea pig’ at a turkey farm. Addiction and adverse reactions overtake him as he assumes the form of a barnyard bird humanoid and terrorizes other addicts, quenching his thirst with their blood. His friends discover his secret and set out to end the carnage with a machete and a prayer.


Blood Stalkers

Tuesday, August 10th, 2010 by Perfesser Deviant

Blood Stalkers   Blood Stalkers VHS 01 74x120 reviews horror Director: Robert W. Morgan
: Robert W. Morgan
Release Year
: 1978

Welcome to Florida….

Two couples – Mike (Jerry Albert) and Jeri (Celea Ann Cole), Daniel (Kenny Miller) and Kim (Toni Crabtree) – go out to a hunting lodge that Mike inherited from his father and find the locals a little less than welcoming….


Blood Surf

Monday, February 16th, 2009 by Perfesser Deviant

Blood Surf   bloodsurf cover1 82x120 reviews horror Director: James D.R. Hickox
Writer: Sam Bernard & Robert L. Levy
Release Year: 2000
Aka title: Krocodylus

Croc vs. shark, which is the bigger cliché?

Some surfers and a television crew go out to Palm Island – actually, the Philippines – to chum up the waters and then surf with sharks. Instead they find a giant salt-water crocodile and a bunch of characters left over from Jaws….



Monday, March 4th, 2013 by Perfesser Deviant

Bloodmoon   bloodmoon poster 80x120 thriller reviews reviews horror Director: Alec Mills
: Robert Brennan
Release Year
: 1990

Barbed wire will keep them fenced in.

A serial killer is stalking boys and girls in Coopers Bay, somewhere along the Australian coast. Other than its location – which, aside from accents and steering wheels is indistinguishable from 80s Southern California – this is really just a mostly-routine slasher with all the requisite skin, violence, and loopiness that makes them so beloved by teens and adults who’ve come to appreciate – or deprecate – them for their excesses….


Bloodsucking Freaks

Sunday, March 10th, 2013 by Perfesser Deviant

Bloodsucking Freaks   bloodsucking freaks poster 1 84x120 reviews horror comedy Director: Joel M. Reed
: Joel M. Reed
Release Year
: 1976

Mistreating women as an art.

Bloodsucking Freaks   Offscreen 2013 minilogo reviews horror comedy Sardu (Seamus O’Brien) and his dwarf assistant Ralphus (Luis De Jesus) run an off-off-Broadway show that appears to be in the Le Théâtre du Grand-Guignol tradition mixed with a sex show, but is different in one important fashion: it’s real. Yes, essentially, Sardu and his crew mutilates and / or kills naked women on stage to entertain jaded New Yorkers who assume it’s fake … or wish it wasn’t? Regardless, Sardu has delusions of grandeur and believes that he’s more than a simple pornographer / slaver / murderer … that’s not that simple, is it? … and wishes to create the great American sadistic erotic ballet…