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GREEN BLOOD on the Island of Living Horror!

The sinister scientist Dr. Lorca boasts, "I'm madder than EVER!" setting the stage for the final and most violent chapter of the Blood Island trilogy. This sequel to Mad Doctor of Blood Island picks up minutes after the earlier movie left off, with the horrific Chlorophyll Monster on a rampage aboard a yacht. Sole survivor of the carnage, the heroic Dr. Foster now realizes that his job of making the island safe for the native villagers has only just begun. Dr. Lorca captures the Chlorophyll creature and keeps him under control by separating its head from its body. He taunts the still-living head until it seethes with a lust for revenge. Dr. Foster's army meets Lorca's henchmen in a climactic battle royale, with the roaming, headless body of the monster adding yet more mayhem to the action-packed mix! - Tom Weaver

    Special bonus features include
  • Interview with Celeste Yarnall
  • Commentary track by Samuel M. Sherman
  • Theatrical Trailers


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Product Details

  • Actors: John Ashley, Celeste Yarnall, Eddie Garcia, Liza Belmonte, Alfonso Carvajal
  • Directors: Eddie Romero
  • Format: Multiple Formats, Color, Full Screen, NTSC
  • Language: English
  • Region: All Regions
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Rated: Unrated
  • Studio: Alpha New Cinema
  • DVD Release Date: February 23, 2010
  • Run Time: 90 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 3.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (15 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B0036K9CPK
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #76,517 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)

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Where Brides of Blood (1968) was the first of the Blood Island trilogy of films, Mad Doctor of Blood Island (1968) was the most popular, and this one, the third and final feature in the series titled Beast of Blood (1971) was actually the most successful, appearing in more venues and drawing in larger audiences due to the popularity of the previous two films. Produced, co-written, and directed by Eddie Romero (Mad Doctor of Blood Island, Brides of Blood, Beast of the Yellow Night), the film features John Ashley (High School Caesar, Muscle Beach Party, Hell On Wheels) and Celeste Yarnall (The Face of Eve, The Velvet Vampire). Also appearing is Eddie Garcia (Black Mamba, Sudden Death), Bruno Punzalan (Mad Doctor of Blood Island), and Beverly Miller (Beast of the Yellow Night), who also provided the story (a rather lame one at that, I might add).

Picking up directly where Mad Doctor of Blood Island left off we see Dr. Bill Foster (Ashley) on a ship heading away from Blood Island, but things go awry as the fungus man/beast with green blood and homicidal tendencies, who stowed away on the ship prior to its leaving, goes insane in the membrane (insane in the brain!), killing a number of crewmen with an axe before causing a fire that ultimately destroys the vessel. Both Bill and the creature escape, the former knocked unconscious and later rescued while the latter returns to the island, slightly crispier from the fire and soggier from the water. Sometime afterward we see Bill returning to the island (God knows why), along with a plucky reporter named Myra Russell (Yarnall) who's just itching to get the scoop on the not so groovy happenings on the island. The natives don't seem all that happy to see Bill, probably due to the fact that whenever he shows up, things tend to go down the tubes.
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6 of 7 people found the following review helpful By Bindy Sue Frønkünschtein TOP 1000 REVIEWER on June 18, 2010
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Eddie Romero's classic BLOOD ISLAND trilogy concludes w/ BEAST OF BLOOD. Global mega-star, John Ashley returns as gun-toting pathologist, Dr. Foster. BEAST picks up right where MAD DOCTOR OF BLOOD ISLAND left off. The chlorophyll zombie / monster has survived, and goes on another killing spree! Foster is the sole survivor of the creature's attack. Joined by a reporter (Celeste Yarnall), Foster hunts the monster, enlisting a band of natives, including a beautiful woman who is very handy w/ her huge throwing knife! Uh-oh! The eeevil Dr. Lorca (Eddie Garcia) seems to have returned as well! He's continued to carry out his diabolical chlorophyll experiments! Can Dr. Foster and his crew possibly stop Lorca? Will the now decapitated monster rise from Lorca's lab? Will there be more excuses for young lasses to take their tops off? Of course! Add this baby to your collection immediately!... P.S.- My favorite quote from the movie: "Re-attach the artificial head!"...
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Stanley Runk VINE VOICE on July 10, 2008
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Beast Of Blood is a sequel to Mad Doctor of Blood Island, and the last of the Blood Island trilogy. Therefore I certainly wouldn't recommend it unless you've already seen Mad Doctor. Like Halloween 2 or the Phantasm sequels, this film begins almost immediately after the events of the previous film.
That pesky chlorophyll monster has survived and has made it back to Blood Island after massacring everyone aboard the boat back to the mainland......everybody except for John Ashley that is! Ashley returns to Blood Island after recovering from the boat explosion in the hopes of hunting down and killing the chlorophyll beast....THE BEAST OF BLOOD! Now he's teamed up with a blonde reporter named Myra(she's kinda got the hots for him, and that's understandable coz who in their right mind wouldn't have the hots for John Ashley?). Once on Blood Island, Ashley finds out that not only has the Beast survived, but so has his nemesis, Dr. Lorca(now played by Eddie Garcia). Lorca's keeping the Beast in his lab. The Beast has somehow lost his head, and now the head and body are kept separate as Lorca tries different experiments with the body. Lorca kidnaps Myra to lure Ashley, and the final battle of Blood Island is fought.
This is probably the least entertaining of the trilogy. A good chunk of the film pretty much consists of John Ashley wandering around the jungle and his plan to find Myra and free her. There's very little monster action. The film begins with a bang as the Beast grabs an axe and goes to town aboard the boat, hacking folks into coleslaw. But aside from that bit of nasty fun, he spends most of the time strapped to a examination table(his body does anyway).
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Arno Parke on January 1, 2004
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This no-budget wonder from Eddie Romero (The Orson Welles of the Phillipine Islands) and Hemisphere studios is a great throwback to the Drive-In era. 'Beast' is the third entry in the 'Blood Island' series (fourth if you count 'Terror is a Man'). This one has a well concieved monster, surprisingly gory kills (for its' day), 'mondo' jungle ambience, silly sub-Bond intrigue and yes, even some topless babes going for it. The DVD has some nice extras, but I do have some complaints. First, the print used for this DVD transfer is hurting. They claim it's been restored, but I just can't believe it. This thing's riddled with scratches and artifacting and is so dark in places, it's hard to make out what's going on. Also the commentary by the producer is a real snoozer. He goes on and on about the minutae of Hemisphere's history and repeats himself endlessly, not really giving much insight into the making of 'Beast'. That said, I got the impression that Image really was trying to do the best they could with this DVD and that's more than can be said of most genre DVD releases. Even with the drawbacks, this disk is a welcome addition to any schlock-fiend's library and I especially enjoyed the interview with Romero.
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