Beast of Blood

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"See Human Heads Transplanted!"
  • GP
  • 1970
  • 1 hr 30 min
  • 4.9  (629)

Beast of Blood is a horror movie released in 1970, directed by Eddie Romero and starring John Ashley, Celeste Yarnall, and Eddie Garcia. The film was produced by Dimension Pictures and released as a double feature with another horror movie titled Terror is a Man. The movie is the sequel to the earlier film, Mad Doctor of Blood Island, which was also directed by Romero and starred Ashley. The film takes place on a secluded island in the Pacific where a group of scientists are conducting experiments on plants and animals in order to find a cure for cancer. However, their experiments have caused a mutated monster to roam the island, killing anything in its path.

The story begins with Dr. Bill Foster (John Ashley) arriving on the island to investigate reports of strange happenings. He is met by a beautiful woman named Myra (Celeste Yarnall) who warns him of the dangers on the island. As they search the island together, they encounter a group of natives who are trying to expel the scientists from their land. The natives believe that the scientists are responsible for the monster that is attacking their people.

As Dr. Foster continues his investigation, he discovers that the monster is actually a mutated version of Dr. Lorca (Eddie Garcia), one of the scientists on the island. Dr. Lorca was experimenting with a serum that caused him to turn into a monstrous beast. Foster and Myra must work together to stop Dr. Lorca and the monster from wreaking havoc on the island.

The film is known for its gory special effects and unique creatures. The monster in the film is particularly memorable, with its grotesque appearance and terrifying presence. The makeup and creature effects were done by artist Tony R. Villar, who has worked on other horror films such as The Return of the Living Dead and From Beyond.

The film is also notable for its portrayal of the natives on the island. While some critics have accused the film of perpetuating racist stereotypes, others have argued that the film actually subverts those stereotypes by portraying the natives as intelligent and resourceful.

Overall, Beast of Blood is a classic horror film that is still beloved by horror fans. Its memorable creature effects and unique storyline make it a standout in the genre. If you're a fan of classic horror movies, this one is definitely worth a watch.

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    4.9  (629)