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Blood Lust

Starring: Robert Reed & Wilton Graff Director: Ralph Brooke
A group of teenagers are tracked through the jungle by a crazed hunter.
Blood Lust
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  • Rated: Not Rated
  • Run Time: 1 hours, 9 minutes
  • Video: Black & White
  • Released:
  • Originally Released: 1959
  • Label: Alpha Video
  • Encoding: Region 0 (Worldwide)
  • Packaging: Keep Case
  • Aspect Ratio: Full Frame - 1.33

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Lurking on a mysterious uncharted island is a madman who hunts humans for sport. A boating party of teenagers reaches the forbidden shore, unaware that they are about to become the latest prey for the killer. The master huntsman conceals his insanity when he invites the group to his mansion, but two of the teens find his trophy room full of the grotesque remains of previous victims. With his intentions exposed, the madman sends the kids into the depths of the jungle, allowing them a head start before the hunt begins. Armed with a crossbow and aided by a team of bloodthirsty henchmen, the hunter is certain of his kill until the teenagers band together to fight back. Enraged and demanding blood, the murderer drives his quarry on a violent chase.

Bloodlust is an uncredited re-working of Richard Connell's often filmed novella The Most Dangerous Game. This Crown release is notable for its cinematography by Richard Cunha, director of such drive-in classics as Frankenstein's Daughter, Missile To The Moon, She Demons and Giant From The Unknown. June Kenney and Gene Persson previously headed the cast of Bert I. Gordon's The Spider for AIP and Robert Reed went on to acclaim in the popular TV series "The Brady Bunch."

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An eccentric millionaire hunts teenage victims with a crossbow on his private island in this take-off on "The Most Dangerous Game." Robert Reed is a long way from "The Brady Bunch."

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Rating 1.0 Blood Lacking Movie Lover: from Pennsylvania -- July, 26, 2004

This is without a doubt amongst the most pathetic movies that have ever crossed my optic nerve.

Some violently stupid teenagers are marooned on an island, and immediately conclude it must be uninhabited and decide to have a clam bake. They get captured by the creepy henchmen of a psychopath, were they go about the moronic task of "splitting up to cover more ground" in a stumbling manner that makes Scooby and the gang look like genetically enhanced Stephen Hawking clones.

They soon get caught, and the psycho goes to hunt them for sport. During the chase they encounter a screaming lunatic, who the killer apparently knows. The lunatic lives and dies without us ever having the faintest idea who he is or how he got there.

In the boring finish, the Psychopath is killed by a henchmen who he left to die, and said henchman has apparently become immune to bullets.

In the words of Jay Sherman, it stinks!

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  • Sales Rank: 1,568
  • UPC: 089218423092
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