Ray Dennis Steckler's original cut of "The Chooper" was only 60 minutes long. The film could not be distributed unless it was a minimum of 70 minutes, so Steckler went back and added 10 minutes of random footage from the rodeo. See more »
The setting is a small house and shack in the middle of the desert, an open area with no hiding places, yet the Chooper is able to run around dressed entirely in black in the middle of broad daylight without being noticed. See more »
Blood Shack is in my list of top three worst horror films ever, alongside A Night To Dismember and S.I.C.K. I've seen tons of low budget horror films in my time, and most give you some form of minimal entertainment. Blood Shack gives you none. One of the most pointless and boring scenes is the rodeo footage. It seems to go on forever and is obviously only there to pad the film out. The plot is virtually non existent and the acting is limp. No tension, no suspense, and no gore.
My advice: if you want a "so bad it's good" film, watch The Suckling, They Don't Cut The Grass Anymore or Don't Go In The Woods Alone instead! Those films are low budget trash that at least deliver some fun.
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