I Drink Your Blood Two Blu-rays
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RABID, DRUG-INFESTED HIPPIES
ON A BLOOD-CRAZED KILLING SPREE!
It's NIGHT OF THE LIVING DEAD meets Charlie Manson in this gore-drenched 1971 drive-in classic. After consuming rabies-infected meat pies, an LSD-addicted hippie cult goes on a vicious murdering rampage! Heavily censored since its original release, this infamous landmark of cinematic brutality is being presented in all its blood-splattered glory.
- Spectacular new HD restoration of the original UNCENSORED DIRECTOR'S CUT
- 4 controversial deleted scenes including the original blood-drenched ending deemed too disturbing for '70s audiences!
- Provocative audio commentary by director David Durston and star Bhaskar
- Newly recorded audio commentary by stars Jack Damon and Tyde Kierney
- Revealing on-camera interviews with stars Lynn Lowry, Tyde Kierney and Jack Damon
- New in-depth interview with director David Durston
- The original theatrical trailer and radio spots
- Extensive gallery of stills and poster art
- Rare and shocking film of Bhaskar performing THE EVIL KING COBRA DANCE
- TWO BONUS CO-FEATURES
- - I EAT YOUR SKIN (1964) - presented for the very first time in HD + exclusive interview with 2nd unit director William Grefe
- - BLUE SEXTET (1969) - David Durston's long-lost uncensored psychedelic shocker presented for the very first time on home video!
- Liner notes by renowned horror journalist David Szulkin (THE MAKING OF WES CRAVEN'S LAST HOUSE ON THE LEFT)
- Beautiful embossed slipcover
- PLUS OTHER SURPRISES!
" Graphic and frightening " - NEW YORK TIMES
" Wildly lurid...David Durston directs with a raw force and pace " - Joe Dante, director of THE HOWLING
" Breakneck-paced, edge-of-the-seat entertainment. Well written and superbly directed by David Durston and stunningly photographed by Jacques Demarecaux " - Kevin Thomas, LOS ANGELES TIMES
" A raw, ferocious thriller " - Phil Hardy, THE OVERLOOK FILM ENCYCLOPEDIA
"It’s fast, unrelentingly violent and sexually explicit, with a shock every few minutes " - Bill Landis, SLEAZOID EXPRESS
" A horror film to top all horror films " - PHILADELPHIA BULLETIN
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This is a ridiculous movie, seeking to exploit the hippie-devil-worshipper-cult paranoia present after the Sharon Tate murders. A group of hippies led by an Indian leader (and by Indian I mean a native of India, not of America) move into an abandoned hotel in an abandoned town. It seems the town is abandoned because a dam is being built nearby and the only people left are 1) The lady who owns the Bakery 2) the Old Veterinarian and 3&4) his grandson and granddaughter. Well, teenage girls being what they are, the granddaughter manages to get herself gang raped by the hippies (I think - they're not real clear on this point) and when Granddad goes to give the hippies a piece of his mind, they punch him in the stomach and dose him with acid before sending him home again. This gets Junior a might peeved, so he does what any good grandson would do - he contrives to feed the evil hippies meat pies with rabid dog blood injected into them. The hippies (most of them, anyway) chow down on said meat pies and become foamy-mouthed lunatics killing everyone that gets in their way. Apparently, rabid people and dogs can't stand running water (???), so keep that in mind in case you're ever attacked by rabid hippies. Personally, I just thought that the running water was too close to bathing and that's what scared them off. Anyway, half the construction crew from the dam get infected after gang-banging one of the less attractive hippie girls and soon the whole town (or what's left of it, at least) is overrun by either foaming hippies or foaming construction workers.
This is a pretty good DVD - it has some great features, including a commentary by the director and deleted scenes (including the alternate ending), production stills, etc. It's also digitally remastered so you can bathe in all its badly lit, cheaply shot glory. It's actually quite entertaining as long as you're into this kind of movie.
DO NOT spend $200 on a copy of this - new ones can be had for as little as $10.
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