Night of Bloody Horror NR

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This violent meat-clever splatter murder movie tells the story of Wesley, former mental patient who goes out on a killing spree hacking up beautiful women, all of whom were his former lovers while experiencing the nightmares of his brother, who was a murdered 13 years ago.

Starring:
Gerald McRaney, Gaye Yellen
Runtime:
1 hour, 18 minutes

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Product Details

Genres Horror
Director Joy N. Houck Jr.
Starring Gerald McRaney, Gaye Yellen
Supporting actors Herbert Nelson, Evelyn Hendricks, Lisa Dameron, Charlotte White, Nicholous Krieger, Michael Anthony, Bert Roberts, Gordon Ogden, Murray Solow, Nigel Strangeways, Burt Love, Louis Grapes, George Spelvin, Anthony Herrera, Mark Fleming, Phillip Fleming, Farley Dennis, Emile Weaver III
Studio Cheezy Flicks Ent.
MPAA rating NR (Not Rated)
Rental rights 7-day viewing period. Details
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Format Amazon Instant Video (streaming online video and digital download)

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7 of 9 people found the following review helpful By Stephen G. Shields on December 13, 2007
Format: DVD
This is a pretty strange little film, running 77 minutes (the same as the old Paragon VHS release); the package shows 89 minutes. This low-budget obscurity is an amusing look back at 1969's styles: the clothing, hairstyles, and music (the rock band "The Bored" is pretty groovy). This was filmed in "Violentvision", whatever that is! It could refer to the psychedelic swirls that appear on screen whenever the overacting hero has one of his "attacks". Of course he's the obvious suspect in the murders that occur - he's constantly reminded that he'd been in an asylum for 13 years! His mother is also SERIOUSLY strange. The print quality is quite good, considering. There are some trailers for other masterpieces, including "I Drink Your Blood", and "Horrors of the Black Museum".
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By THE MOVIE GUY on January 16, 2014
Format: DVD
Wesley Stuart (Gerald McRaney) Iis fresh out of the asylum and bedding hot babes. Then when he grabs his head a spiral appears and then the babe is killed. That is pretty much it. He does have a mom.

This film is on some multi-packs and is billed as "gory" which it ain't. Bad transfer to DVD. Sound is horrible. Acting is pathetic. Not recommended even for camp value.

Parental Guide: Brief opening scene sex and nudity (Lisa Dameron)
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Format: DVD
Given the incredibly over the top title, I was half expecting NIGHT OF BLOODY HORROR to be an ironic, deliberately silly film in the style of ARMY OF DARKNESS. Then I read the back cover summary which I shall quote in its entirety: "A string of horrible murders haunts the consciousness of a disturbed young man, including his brother shot, his girlfriend gored, and a hospital nurse bludgeoned to death." Well, that's sufficiently cheerful sounding, isn't it? (It's also slightly inaccurate. The hospital nurse is not bludgeoned to death. She simply takes an axe to the chest. Just so you know...)

In case there's any doubt as to what is to follow, the first shot of the film is a closeup of a cross on the top of a church. The first full scene takes place inside that church. I forget if this means that the director is trying to be ironic or trying to make a point, but I do know that the end result will be a very graphic and bloody movie. A good rule of thumb for horror films: the more religious imagery there is, the more buckets of red paint the director is going to fling around.

NIGHT OF BLOODY HORROR was produced in 1969 and is a horror movie very much of that time. Gritty realism is the film's modus operandi: the gore factor is turned up to eleven; the actors are mostly un-made-up and relatively unpleasant to look at; the film stock is washed out and the colors are extremely dreary.

The story is vaguely depressing, often boring, and more than a little inspired by Hitchcock's PSCYHO. Our main character, Wes, is a troubled young fellow. As a child, he accidentally shot his brother and subsequently spent 13 years in an asylum.
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