The Flesh & Blood Show
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The actors don't realize that, back in 1944, after a production of "Othello," the leading man, motivated by jealousy, left his unfaithful wife and her lover to die in the dark recesses of the theatre.
The theatrical setting is pretty cool and reminded me of Vincent Price's "Theatre of Blood." Walker provides plenty of gore as assorted characters meet their end by blood-splattered means. Fans of graphic horror flicks will enjoy the over-the-top sequences. More squeamish viewers would do well to steer clear of this picture and seek less violent fare.
The last scene of the movie was shot in 3D and is presented in the Blu-ray edition in two 3D formats -- the stereoscopic format (requiring a 3D TV) and the anaglyph system (requiring red & blue 3D glasses). Unfortunately, no 3D glasses are included, so you're on your own trying to find them. The sequence is also presented in conventional 2D. An interview with director Pete Walker in included.
This particular blu-ray does not appear to have been remastered and there are many instances of dust on the film. The 10 minute 3D sequence is actually separate from the feature film and appears in the special features section along with other special features, including a 12 minute interview with the director.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
THE ONLY REASON FOR WATCHING THIS MOVIE IS SEEING TRISTAN RODGER.THE TRISTAN RODGER, OF GENERAL HOSPITAL FAME, IS AN ACTOR REHEARSING WITH OTHER ACTORS FOR A PLAY IN HAUNTED... Read morePublished on July 22, 2013 by yorkstead
Not the best effort from British exploitation auteur Pete Walker, THE FLESH AND BLOOD SHOW follows a group of struggling young thespians as they attempt to stage a Grand Guignol... Read morePublished on December 7, 2008 by Michael R Gates
"The Flesh and Blood Show" has a great premise: Young wannabe actors receive mysterious letters that lure them to an abandoned wartime theatre at the end of a pier that has been... Read morePublished on August 10, 2008 by J. B. Hoyos
How could a film, made by Pete Walker (Frightmare, House Of Whipcord), and featuring more nudity than some soft-core epics, possibly be boring? Well, he's found a way! Read morePublished on July 25, 2008 by Bindy Sue Frønkünschtein
The anaglyphic 3-D (red/green glasses work best) climax IS included on the DVD, but for some reason, it's hidden as an Easter Egg. Read morePublished on February 1, 2008 by S. Phillips