Blood Flood (2007) Horror Movie Review
Horror movies Review
Join your horror hostess Morella as she reveals her All-Night Spooktacular Dusk-to-Dawn Horror-thon! First, Grave of the Vampire stars William Smith and Michael Pataki in one of the strangest vampire films ever as a mother impregnated by a vampire cuts herself in order to feed her newborn son, who grows up to hunt down his bloodsucking dad! Presented widescreen, 1.85:1.
Then Boris Karloff heads south of the border to Mexico for House of Evil, where he plays the patriarch of a dysfunctional family killed off one at a time by murderous toys! Karloff works the old pipe organ for all its worth as the place burns to the ground. Rarely seen in the U.S., this is the only gothic horror Karloff appeared in among his four Mexican “epics.”
Finally, what’s a creepy night at the movies without something from schlockmeister par excellence, Andy Milligan? Here Morella unveils Guru, the Mad Monk, the only Millian opus filmed in 35mm. Marvel at the bad acting and threadbare historical costuming (reportedly created by the director himself!) and cringe at the blood and gore in an assault on the senses that will leave you reeling!
About Blood Flood (2007)
Starring: Blood Flood
Runtime: 127 minutes