starring: Donna Wilkes, Richard Jaeckel and Antoinette Bower
They sure don’t make them like this anymore!
|That's right! Work that flute baybeh!|
No really, he plays a friggin flute in his own form of post-traumatic shock. Well, least he didn’t try eating the dead bodies…
|Usual School day for Marion|
and her friend...or is it?
As the visions get more brutal and the killer apparently getting closer to her, it begins to take toll on Marion's sanity and her life, so she decided to take a long stroll on the beach one day and, as bad luck had it, she stumbled upon none other than Paul, burying his latest addition to his murder spree. After escaping his clutches, Marion becomes Paul's little prey and he's not gonna give her up that easy...
|A love note would be less messy, bub!|
What I find shocking here is the quality of the film. Its practically well made despite the obscure story, with well played casts, great cinematography, awesome chase scenes (the best had to be this film's 20 minute Sawmill chase scene), and decent murders. It's pile upon pile of the good shit coating a rather trash of a plot, which involves psychic links acquired via blood transfusions. It is weird but Blood Song tried to make the idea workable and expected us to follow it; thankfully this psychic link wasn't much of a big point later on. (as if that element didn't happen)
|"The Former Sax Teen Hottie|
really likes you, Marion!"
Fun trashy movie for a trashy afternoon or evening. Recommended for those who wanted to watch a former teen star go sweaty on killing innocent bypassers!
1 male and 1 female shot offscreen
1 male shot on the mouth
1 male strangled to death
1 male gets a hatchet to the face
1 female strangled with necklace, later dismembered with hatchet
1 male hacked to death with hatchet
1 male crushed against the wall by a reversing forklift
1 female presumably killed