Five new wave college kids decide to take a vacation at an old lodge in the deep North Woods. Bad acting, a poor plot, and ridiculous situations permeate this movie. Leroy Leudke meeting Peter at the scene, when Irv Swain happens by and notices that Leudke has a metal plate in his head. The limited edition slipcover was limited to 1,000 units and is sold out. Low budget, low quality, simple stuff.
That may be unique, I don't recall seeing a fisherman slasher movie before. A scene that involves chopping up a body takes place mostly out of shot and the body parts are clearly mannequins. Present in an aspect of 1. Believing that their occult hit song, which told of Satan and death, is true, Trex is determined to see if the band members have held up their part of their pact with evil. Read that over again: this is a slasher movie where the killer who is unseen until the climactic reveal hooks in his victims like fish. They had the tramatized kid, the punk kid, the new age girl, the ditz, the burned out Viet Nam veteran, and the weird old guy.
Sometime when your not in the mood for a really serious movie anyway. Soon after his arrival, Peter begins to sense that something isn't quite right, but none of his friends, nor the local sheriff, will believe him. While paced awkwardly hence its longer than preferred running time , the jokes are killer and the character acting — courtesy of Don Winters, Mark Jacobs, Lisa Todd, Patrick Danz, Sara Hauser, and Christopher Whiting — is good enough to make laughing at this sick treat more than just out of pity. Never released domestically in its original version, Vinegar Syndrome presents this under-seen regional horror oddity fully uncut, and featuring previously censored gore and mayhem, on Blu-ray, in a fresh cinematographer-approved restoration from its original camera negative! The results are quite good. Directed by Jim Mallon who went on to work for Mystery Science Theater 3000 , Blood Hook, full of crazy characters, clever lines, and a hilarious regard for On Golden Pond, is much better than you will be expecting.
This horror comedy — about a mad and menacing fisherman who decides to hunt humans instead of fish — amps up the humor and the blood to provide an unexpected blast of a kooky horror film. August 1975 in Pittsburg , Kalifornien , ist ein philippinisch-amerikanischer Schauspieler , Tänzer und Rapper. After a sufficient number of deaths, the killer is finally revealed. It is an event that haunts Peter some many years later as an adult, which is why, alongside some really good friends, he returns to the scene of the crime. This is the same Jim Mallon that directed Mystery Science Theater; a show that pokes fun at badly made movies. I think that it would suck out loud to be killed with a bobber with a couple of large fish hooks on it and each of the death scenes that take place in the movie look painful as hell as a result especially for the one poor guy who has his package hooked. And this killer has a really good arm.
Blu-ray Review Blu-ray Details: Home Video Distributor: Vinegar Syndrome Available on Blu-ray - May 1, 2018 Screen Formats: 1. Entdecke Die besten Filme — Magie: Der Herr der Ringe: Die Rückkehr des Königs, Der Herr der Ringe: Die Gefährten, Chihiros Reise ins Zauberland, Die fabelha…- -Dante Basco — Wikipedia. One of the reasons I have always liked it is because it is just different. The whole thing may have worked better had it been played straight. All the usual stuff for a rip em up movie such as this. Blood Hook, filmed on location in Hayward, Wisconsin, is a damn good time at the side of the lake. That sort of blatant disregard for logic is indicative of how Blood Hook treads the waters of absurdity.
Blues in the lake radiates and the green of the shore provides a nice contrast. I thought that the reason that the killer is murdering people was quite original as well. They arrive during the annual fishing competition which has always been known for oddball contestants. In fact, as I was watching it, someone on Twitter asked me if I thought it was supposed to be a horror comedy. While it was a lot sillier than I remembered I still dug it and thought that it was just an all around excellent movie. But is Ann the person behind these acts of carnage or could something more horrifying be afoot? I personally could watch it over and over again and never get tired of it and I think that a lot of viewers out there who give it a chance will feel the exact same way.
Despite low production values, little in the way of grue, and its eccentricities, caught in the right mood, Blood Hook is a fun little time waster. Never released domestically in its original version, Vinegar Syndrome presents this under-seen regional horror oddity fully uncut, and featuring previously censored gore and mayhem, on Blu-ray, in a fresh cinematographer-approved restoration from its original camera negative! The matching attributes are highlighted in bold. Here, young Peter watches his grandfather get dragged into the lake by a fishhook and drown. Alternative movies trailers for Blood Hook More movie trailers, teasers, and clips from Blood Hook: 1987 21 October 1987 A dramatic history of Pu Yi, the last of the Emperors of China, from his lofty birth and brief reign in the Forbidden City, the object of worship by half a billion people; through his abdication, his decline and dissolute lifestyle; his exploitation by the invading Japanese, and finally to his obscure existence as just another peasant worker in the People's Republic. That's what makes this movie a little different. Black levels are even and edges are very fine indeed.
Although the police have determined that the killer is claiming his victims by landing them with giant fishhooks, no clear suspects can be found since everyone is using the exact same hook! It certainly is funny in the same way all bad movies are funny the acting is fishy, the dialogue flounders, etc. Someone kills off people with a huge treble hooked lure. If you are in the mood for a slasher flick with its tongue placed firmly in cheek give it a shot, I think that you will dig it plus it is probably the only time you are ever going to get to see a main character and villain fight it out with fishing poles in a movie. The two versions are identical, aside from the slipcover. While fish are being caught, people are being reeled in--and then ground up for minnow food. This entails sitting in his boat like a complete wuss before being goaded into action; one of his newly-made local friends offers to help, but he in fucking deadpan fashion declares that he must go it alone to earn his family name. The of course ends up being true, as the kids are not only damned to the hell that is rural towns obsessed with fishing, but also the bloodthirsty maniac that stalks the lake and reels victims in with a giant fishing hook.
It is only available at VinegarSyndrome. Movie Review Keep those tongues firmly in your cheeks, Horror Hounds and Gore-Gore Girls. Nearly 30 minutes of scenes are cut from the original film. The inept gore effects are just as amateurish and are few and far between. Surely something that obvious had to be intentional; other moments of demented pseudo-brilliance point to this as well, such as when the aforementioned mother inexplicably hoots and hollers like a loon as in the aquatic bird. Playing out like a checklist of the slashers that came before it, Blood Hook opens with the requisite prologue that sets up the action. This title starts shipping on May 1, 2018.