Blood Freak (2002) Horror Movie Review
Horror movies Review
The world’s only turkey-monster/anti-drug/pro-Jesus/gore film! Musclebound Herschel (former Tarzan Steve Hawkes) falls under the spell of bad girl Ann when she offers him some weed. Now a writhing, spastic addict, the big galoot works at a turkey farm where he’s fed meat treated with an experimental drug and naturally turns into a man with a giant turkey head. Who also gobbles. Still hungry for a fix, Herschel-the-Turkey-Man attacks fellow drug addicts whose blood he drinks with his pointy little turkey beak. He even buzzsaws the leg off a pusher who holds his stump and howls for what seems like days. Punctuated by philosophical pondering by co-director Brad Grinter (Flesh Feast), this is a monster movie unlike any other, a jaw-dropping milestone in crackpot filmmaking, and the ultimate cinematic turkey. Gobble-gobble!
About Blood Freak (2002)
Starring: Tera Anderson, Dana Cullivan, Bob Currier, Dolores Currier, Randy Grinter
Runtime: 80 minutes
Director: Steve Hawkes