Brides of Blood is a mixture of fright and sensuality as Blood Island chiefs sacrifice beautiful young virgins to "The Evil One" - a horrid creature, bred by radiation, and like a werewolf, metamorphosed from an innocent man. Coming to this island are scientists Kent Taylor and John Ashley, along with Taylor's beautiful wife, played by the alluring Beverly Powers. Taylor and Hills search the jungle for evidence of mutated lifeforms as they are attacked by living vegetation and frightening animal life. The film's climax ends in a burning inferno as the Evil Creature attacks the villagers and scientists, who are unprepared to combat this inhuman monster.
This second film in the BLOOD ISLAND series of slasher films, directed by cult favorites Eddie Romero and Gerardo De Leon, brings viewers back to that horrific island. The island chiefs are rounding up luscious young virgins to sacrifice to their diety, nicknamed "The Evil One." This horrid idol is a former human turned into a disgusting creature through radiation. When scientists visit the island looking for mutant life, they must save the virgins and rid the world of their tormentors.
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Fright and sensuality collide when Blood Island chiefs sacrifice beautiful young virgins to "The Evil One," a horrid creatured bred by radiation and metamorphosed from an innocent man. New arrivals to the island include scientists Kent Taylor and John Ashley, along with the alluring Beverly Hills, but their jungle search for mutated life forms is interrupted by attacks from living vegetation and terrifying beasts! This second entry in the hugely popular "Blood Island" series from Eddie Romero and Gerardo De Leon is a fast-paced drive-in classic filled with monsters, maidens, and mayhem, newly remastered with its original tinted footage presented correct and intact for the first time!
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