A Bucket of Blood 2000 Horror Movie Review
Horror movies Review
In a jumpin’ java joint, filled to the brim with kooky beatniks, poets and hipsters, an artist wannabe discovers he has a talent for modern art…and murder. Dripping with blood, social satire and “sick, sick comedy” (The Film Daily) this film, according to critic Leonard Maltin, “nicely captures the spirit of the beatnik era” and zips along with vibes of counterculture creepiness.Walter (Dick Miller) is a busboy overly impressed with the cool cats who hang out at The Yellow Doorcoffee house, and he wonders how to become “hip.” When he accidentally kills his landlady’s pet cat, Walter panics and covers it with clay. His prayers are answered, and before he knows it he’s the “cat’s meow” of the art world. His talent develops and - surprise! - he can sculpt humans the same way too. Like so many artists, his real talent won’t be discovered - until he’s dead.
About A Bucket of Blood (2000)
Starring: Dick Miller, Barboura Morris, Antony Carbone, Julian Burton, Ed Nelson,
Runtime: 66 minutes
Director: Roger Corman,
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