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 »
Because of intense passion for self loathing, I continue to watch these sort of films. Blood Shack is yet another link in the chain of bad b movies that are out there. This movie is b-movie purgatory. I will say that the lighting was done well. You could see the characters face to foot even in night shots. Also, the killer looks hilarious when he attacks. His monosyllabic grunt is worth a laugh or two. The acting was acceptable for a b-horror film. It's only 55 minutes. It's not even a feature length movie. But, the writer was clever and made the script so bad that it seemed like a 90 minute feature when it was over. They just teased. This whole movie was a mental cock tease. There was blood, but it wasn't gory. There was women but no nudity. There were children, and they lived. I tell you, some film makers take their titles too literally. There was blood, and there was a shack. That's about all you can say.
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