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This horror anthology contains four spooky tales of the supernatural told around the dinner table by the actors and the director of a horror movie. The stories involve a mad bomber who gets his macabre comeuppance; a magical coin that transports its owner back in time; a ghost haunting a rich old man's vault; a karate champion whose desire to achieve the "Tenth Level" reveals a secret for which he isn't prepared and finally the framing story ties everything up with a creepy climax.Written by
Joel M.Reed's "Blood Bath" features four weird and darkly amusing horror stories:the first one is about luckless hit man,the second one is about one guy who wishes he was fighting in Napoleonic wars and his wish is granted by magical coin,the third one is about greedy businessman who is locked in his own safe and haunted by a ghost and finally the fourth and the weirdest one is about martial arts fighter."Blood Bath" is very weird horror anthology that doesn't make a lot of sense.The film is low on gore but high on weirdness.It's extremely tame in comparison to Joel M.Reed infamous exploitation classic "Bloodsucking Freaks".There's hardly any gore in "Blood Bath",but if you like strange and twisted horror comedies give this one a chance.7 candlelit dinners out of 10.
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