Monday, October 10, 2011

Blood Mania

Directed by Robert Vincent O'Neill.
1970. Rated R, 88 minutes.
Peter Carpenter
Maria De Aragon
Vicki Peters
Leslie Simms

In order to speed up getting her inheritance Victoria (De Aragon) enlists the aid of her sick father's physician to put the old man out of his misery. It's billed as a horror flick but is hardly anything of the sort. Not too mention the startling lack of blood for a movie named Blood Mania. However, it is a pre-cursor to the infamously bad and lurid "skinemax" movies of the 80s and 90s. The script is terrible, there's loads of gratuitous nudity and the acting is so-so, at best. Despite this, save for a few random scenes, it never quite gets into "so bad its awesome" territory as the vast majority of it is too dull and predictable. Its only worth viewing, and/or re-viewing, if you're fond of the bods on display and don't mind a little, make that a lot of sleaze. Otherwise, skip it and don't think twice about it.

MY SCORE: 2.5/10

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