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Blood Voyage (1976)

What is meant to be a pleasure cruise becomes a nightmare as murder follows murder on a small ship. With tension mounting, passengers and the crew turn on each other in a desperate attempt to identify the killer.

Director:

Frank Mitchell
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Cast

Credited cast:
Warren Farlow Warren Farlow ... Crewman
Jonathan Goldsmith ... Mason (as Jonathan Lippe)
John Hart ... Jules
Douglas Hume Douglas Hume ... (as Doug Hume)
Pete Kellett Pete Kellett ... Mack
Midori Midori ... Amy
Mara Modair Mara Modair ... Carol
Jim Patton Jim Patton ... Crewman
Laurie Rose ... Jill
Fred Stromsoe Fred Stromsoe ... Boat Owner
Gene Tyburn Gene Tyburn ... Scotty
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What is meant to be a pleasure cruise becomes a nightmare as murder follows murder on a small ship. With tension mounting, passengers and the crew turn on each other in a desperate attempt to identify the killer.

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Ship of terror! See more »

Genres:

Crime | Thriller | Horror

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R | See all certifications »
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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

1982 (Norway) See more »

Also Known As:

Dødelig seilas See more »

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Mono

Color:

Color
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The 1988 UK Atlas Video version was cut by 4 mins 30 secs by the BBFC to heavily edit footage of a heroin injection and to shorten a scene of a woman being strangled on a bed. See more »

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BLOODLESS Voyage!
7 February 2007 | by The_VoidSee all my reviews

Obviously, you can't go into a completely obscure and very cheap film like this and expect anything other than crap; but even though crap is exactly what I got, I still have to say that I'm a little bit disappointed. Maybe it's because the plot has the potential to be good; I mean, it doesn't get much more claustrophobic than a yacht out in the middle of the ocean and many films have proved that a murder mystery is a more than adequate backbone for a horror film...but this one doesn't want to take the ball and run with it. The plot is purely mundane despite the ingenuity of the setting, and simply follows a bunch of murders on a pleasure cruise. Naturally, the remaining cruisers want to know who's committing the murders, and this curiosity leads them to turn on one another. Director Frank Mitchell (unsurprisingly, his only credit as director) fails to generate any intrigue through the atmosphere and doesn't manage to pull a good performance out of anyone in the film. The plot moves at snail pace and despite the fact that this is supposed to be a murder themed horror movie - there's only one scene that features blood in the entire movie! And you hardly get to see anything anyway! On the plus side, the film is completely undemanding and very short...but its definitely not worth seeing.


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