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Night of Bloody Horror (1969)

Wesley goes out on a killing spree while experiencing the nightmares of his brother, who was murdered 13 years ago.



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Cast overview, first billed only:
Wesley Stuart
Gaye Yellen ...
Angelle Miliot
Herbert Nelson ...
Dr. Bennett Moss
Evelyn Hendricks ...
Agatha Stuart
Lisa Dameron ...
Susan Collins
Charlotte White ...
Kay Jensen
Nicholous Krieger ...
Lt. James Cole
Michael Anthony ...
Mario Spanelli
Mark Lewis
Gordon Ogden ...
Tucker Fredricks
Murray Solow ...
Nigel Strangeways ...
Burt Love ...
Louis Grapes ...
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Wesley goes out on a killing spree while experiencing the nightmares of his brother, who was murdered 13 years ago.

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21 May 1971 (Denmark)  »

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En nat med blodig terror  »

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Silly and dull...
13 December 2004 | by (Alabama) – See all my reviews

...but contains some great library music (from the synthnoise opening theme to the unsettling dream sequence toward the end of the film) and is full of cheap, dingy atmosphere. Gerald McRaney of "Simon and Simon" and "Major Dad" delivers a ridiculously overwrought performance as Wesley, a grumpy, balding young fella prone to crippling headaches. His girlfriends are being bumped off one after another, the police are leaning on him, and Wesley's corpse-faced mother obviously harbors a deep resentment for her troubled son. What's going on? Is Wesley a killer? You'll have the story figured out less than halfway through the film. "Night of Bloody Horror" offers up quite a few tasty morsels for bad-movie fans, including a long scene featuring The Bored--a six- or seven-man psychedelic ensemble with the worst vocalist ever--and a wonderful moment in which Wesley's mother harangues him for "having no respect". McRaney has taken all the maternal abuse he can withstand; he twists his face into a disgusted grimace and snarls, "Why? For god's sake...WHY?!" before storming out of the room. William Shatner would be proud!

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