A woman who never got over the fact that her father abandoned her as a child tracks him down with only one desire - to ruin his life just as he ruined hers. A tragic incestuous game of deceit and seduction begins.
Keiko, the daughter of a legendary sushi chef, runs away from home when his Karate-style regimen becomes too severe. Finding work at a rural hot springs inn, she is ridiculed by the eccentric staff and guests.
A young real estate broker is planning a romantic meeting with her boyfriend in an old apartment building. But the couple is forced to fight for their lives, when a group of murderers is trying to kill them.
Ingrid García Jonsson,
Oriol Tarrida Homedes
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Blood Slaughter Massacre is an homage to 80's slasher movies. It was created in the vein of old slashers, stylized as though the movie had been released in the 80's, alongside the Freddy Krueger and Jason Voorhees films of the time. Featuring all the components that classic horror fans love, we run the horror gamut; A girl in the woods, a girl in the shower, the babysitter, the girl with her boyfriend, the drunken detective, the inept police department, the creepy old man with a warning, the one character who seems to know too much, and an iconic killer in a mask, The Ripper. Topping it off with an 80's soundtrack, this one will leave you feeling nostalgic.Written by
There is just like so much wrong with this movie. The acting is bad, the story makes almost no sense and everything looks blurry! I really wanted to like this movie, but there was nothing redeeming about this and I like slasher movies usually, but not this. It's not even a slasher movie. The whole first half tries to be serious drama or something and have a story, but the story is just muddled at best and the acting does not lift it any higher. It takes WAY to long to get to the party scene with the girls, where they are trying desperately to be a Slumber Party Massacre or something, but they just fail. It just felt like almost no effort was put into this. The effects were hokey and that mask looked like something from party city, and what coroner wears sideburns like that in 1985, I mean what the hell is up with that? I really want my $20.00 back. Don't judge this movie by its box art because it's misleading. Just watch the 4 MINUTE trailer, which I saw after the fact. Wish I'd seen it sooner I would have avoided wasting my money on this thing. How do people get away with releasing a movie like this. Aren't there quality standards anymore? I guess obviously not when released by whatever the company was that put this garbage out there. $20 bucks wasted that's all I have to say. Even $10.00 would have too much for this thing.
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