Blood Bath

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Released 1966

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Director:
Jack Hill , Stephanie Rothman
Released:
1966
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Blood Bath (Track of the Vampire) is a 1966 satirical horror movie which seamlessly intersects the dissimilar styles of two excellent filmmakers: Jack Hill (Coffy, Foxy Brown, Spider Baby, The Jezebels) and Stephanie Rothman (The Student Nurses, The Velvet Vampire). Together, Jack and Stephanie joined artistic forces and interwove their individual styles to create a horror film which relies heavily on black comedy. Antonio Sordi (William Campbell) is a perplexed artist living in Venice California who is burdened by accusations of murdering several young women in town. Sordi becomes suspicious of himself, knowing that his ancestor was somehow involved in a cult of blood suckers. Things become hairy when another artist named Max (Karl Schanzer) drives his air-headed girlfriend in Sordi's direction. Blood Bath is a classic film produced by none other than the king of cult film - Roger Corman. With underpinnings in Yugoslavian horror film, what is not to love about Blood Bath? A must see for all those who revel in B-movie horror.

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    Drama, Horror, Suspense

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    B-Movie Horror, Horror Masters, Cult, Zombies,Vampires & Monsters