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Fangoria: Blood Drive (2004)

Not Rated  |  Video  |   |  Horror  |  8 June 2004 (USA)
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Short film collection bringing together the winners of the Blood Drive film contest hosted by Fangoria. Titles include The Hitch, A Man And His Finger, Inside, Shadows Of The Dead, Mr. Eryams, Disturbances, and Song Of The Dead.

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Short film collection bringing together the winners of the Blood Drive film contest hosted by Fangoria. Titles include The Hitch, A Man And His Finger, Inside, Shadows Of The Dead, Mr. Eryams, Disturbances, and Song Of The Dead.

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Not bad... for $1!
28 December 2004 | by (Indy, IN) – See all my reviews

For fans of second rate horror, this one isn't bad. Some shorts were actually pretty inspired, esp the Song Of The Dead which I'm sure will delight many fans of zombie films. A Man and His Finger - in addition to sparking endless juvenile conversation for most fans likely to rent/buy this film - was equally original and entertaining. Inside, Mr. Eryams and Disturbances were my favorites with . The opener, The Hitcher, was probably my least favorite and pretty unoriginal though I watched it twice before returning the DVD.

My suspicion is that most film makers included here are just hoping to get some notice so they can attempt something with an actual budget! Overall, I'd be most likely to put my money on Patrick Rea, the maker of Disturbances (who also did A Man and His Finger) as the maker most likely to make profitable films.

For fans of cheesy horror, I'd give it a 6. For folks that think the first Friday the 13th was really horrible film-making, zero probably isn't low enough. The interviews with Stan Winston and esp Clive Barker alone are probably well worth it to most horror fans.


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