Considered too dangerous to be on the force, ex-cop Mickey McCardle is tormented by the brutal murder of his partner. When a serial killer begins to stalk the streets of New York, McCardle ... See full summary »
J. Christian Ingvordsen,
J. Christian Ingvordsen,
A horribly disfigured lawyer, wrongfully diagnosed dead after a terrible car accident, is taken to an asylum for dissection, only to come back alive, kill everyone, and make the asylum his killing grounds.
In a polluted future Venice researchers work to improve the situation. One day, unknown forces start killing them. A team of soldiers and a couple of civilians is sent to investigate. Soon, they encounter strange murderous creatures.
Convinced that her father's death was not accidental, a beautiful girl decides to investigate to find out the truth, aided by her boyfriend. Her sleuthing draws her to a local mortuary, where many secrets will be revealed.
Mary Beth McDonough,
Cute waitress/hooker is romanced and wed to handsome stranger/funeral director. He, as well as most of the town prefer their women dead. She is the obvious candidate for that position, as ... See full summary »
It's time for the annual "Muskie Madness" fishing contest, and the lake is packed with hopeful fishermen. It soon becomes apparent, however, that a psychotic serial killer has also decided to join the festivities. Although the police have determined that the killer is claiming his victims by landing them with giant fishhooks, no clear suspects can be found since everyone is using the exact same hook! What is the killer's goal? And more importantly, can the murders be stopped?Written by
Jean-Marc Rocher <email@example.com>
In an interview with key grip Kevin Murphy, he recalled that for the films premier in Minneapolis, MN the crew built a boat dock outside the theater that the audience would cross as they entered. See more »
When the sheriff opens his car door during the final scene of the film the reflection of a blonde crew member can be seen in the door's rear view mirror. See more »
Well son, that's a tape recorder. When this goes around like that, there's music on the tape, and the music plays, and that's what you hear. I can make it go really fast.
[flips a switch, making the music sound warped]
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The D in the title card "Blood Hook" rushes at the screen to fill it with blood red color; the title is the only credit that appears in color, dissolving to red as it looms on screen. See more »
The Troma DVD release of Blood Hook is a heavily edited version of the film. Nearly 30 minutes of scenes are cut from the original film. The cuts scenes are: -spoilers herein*
The scene where Peter explains to everyone how he's inherited his grandfather's house now that he's 21.
A sequence where Denny Dobyns challenges Peter to a line-casting contest, only for Peter to cast his line into a fisherman's coffee cup.
The scene where our teen characters walk into the giant fiberglass muskie.
The teenagers complaining about the bad music at the restaurant and Kirsten pointing out that Sheila Swain is starring at Rodney.
Peter's confused reaction at the bar after seeing Sheila disappear from the restaurant dock.
Finner inviting Peter and Rodney out for night fishing, while Kirsten gets Rodney to guess what's inside various food cans.
A brief scene where Kirsten flirts with Peter after he gets mad at Ann.
The sequence where Finner urinates off the fishing boat while Rodney talks about "Muskie madness" and finds out that Finner can't swim.
A brief scene where Bev. D tells Finner to bring his muskie to her house so it won't get stolen.
Finner telling Bev. D that Red Echos "Things Aren't What They Seem" is his favorite album before he and Rodney air-guitar to the song.
The scene where Peter and Ann search the restaurant dock for any sign of foul play, only to miss Sheila's loon button- stuck to a dead fish.
Continuation of the conversation between Rodney and Leudke where Leudke talks about Evelyn Duerst and tells Rodney about a secret fishing spot.
Rodney looking for Finner before going fishing alone.
Peter and Ann being attacked in the street by Denny Dobyns. Leroy Leudke meeting Peter at the scene, when Irv Swain happens by and notices that Leudke has a metal plate in his head.
Peter and Ann running into Finner on the street. Finner tells them about Dickie almost getting hooked.
Continuation of the scene where Roger Swain tries repeatedly to crank his boat motor and yells for help. He then unbuttons his shirt just prior to getting hooked.
Peter radioing the sheriff to report Bev. D missing and him noticing the Red Echos LP still turning on the record player.
Shots of Leudke chopping Finner's fingers off with a hatchet and putting them into the meat grinder, then chopping into the arm again.
The scene where Peter brings Finner's severed ear to Evelyn and hears the Fishing For Your Love song causing him to flashback to his grandfathers murder.
The sequence where Peter, Evelyn and Irv figure out that vibrations from the cicadas and music are driving Leudke crazy.
Peter and Evelyn first entering Leudke's bait shop.
Ann awakening from drinking to find Kirsten and the Swain children sleeping on the couch.
Kirsten attempting to seduce Peter in bed when he thinks Ann is dead.
Lines of dialogue between Wayne Duerst and the sheriff after Wayne attempts to attack Leudke.
Fishing For Your Love plays out after the closing credits.
this movie kicks so much ass. i saw it in theh theater a few years ago and loved it. then my girlfriend one it in a contest and gave it to me as a gift. boy , was i happy. i have probally watched this movie about 15 times not, and it doesnt get old. i love the actors, and the directing style. if you like horror, BUY THIS FILM!
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