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Four girls go on a romping weekend at a lake, and have car problems on the way home. A nice local boy takes them back to his farm, where he lives with his father. Something ghastly happens,... See full summary »
James Carroll Pickett,
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José Ramón Larraz
Ed Adlum, his name is a statement in the drive-in genre or the exploitation genre. He only made 3 movies but man, are they well known. Shriek Of The Mutilated and of course the well sought Invasion Of The Blood Farmers. The DVD sometimes pops up on the net nowadays and doesn't go that cheap even as it really is a drivel. Extreme low budget, wooden performances, bad editing, all things that makes a great drive-in flick. Even the DVD is a great edition. Digitally remastered, well don't make me laugh. You can see the use of different VHS tapes in failing hue and saturation on the celluloid.And even the decapitation is decapitated by bad editing. But again, it's one a real horror collector must have in his collection. The blood flows, in a bad way, watch the man cleaning that blood from the floor...clearly syrup. And the last 10 minutes, the colours of the sky, and shots made in daylight combined with night shots. This is it...so bad it becomes good.
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