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Bloody Moon (1981) More at IMDbPro »Die Säge des Todes (original title)

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Bloody Moon Regionfree DVD Review

8 December 2008 9:34 AM, PST | Screen Anarchy | See recent Screen Anarchy news »

Huh? A Jess Franco film that is neither a porno nor in one of IMDb’s “worst ever” lists?

What’s this?

“Bloody Moon” is a German thriller-cum-slasher from the early eighties which has a bit of a reputation for containing a Very graphic decapitation, using a giant stonecutting-saw. Its original German title “Die Säge Des Todes” even leaves the plot for what it is and just refers to this single scene.

Of course this moment had to be cut (haha!) in many countries but that only added to the film’s notoriety.

So we have a few gory kills, a cast made up mostly of German seventies softporn actors providing the “necessary unnecessary nudity”, and helming it all is director Jess Franco who probably holds the world record for making the largest amount of bad movies ever.

Add to this a soundtrack by Pink Floyd… no wait.

That was scrapped, »

- Ard Vijn

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