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Blood Soaked

USA 2014
produced by
Randy King for End of the World, Red Letter Cinema
directed by Peter Grendle
starring Heather Wilder, Laina Grendle, Rachel Corona, Hayley Derryberry, Kevin Wester, Annette Johnson, Davin Ruggles, Holly Michaels, Ursula Coyote, Lauren Myers, Leon Garcia, Nick Garcia, Bailey Key, Katherine Kuntz, Elaine Johnson, Kaitlyn Barlow, Garth Fitzpatrick, Kellie Holm, Ian Morlang, John Hudson, Emma Carson, Mike Martinez, Caroline Donahue, Amy Baklini, Kim Hoffman, Brent Tuttle, Nicole Mercadante, Roe Moore, Brittani Holleman
written by Peter Grendle, music by Latifu Sams, Eat a Helicopter, Kevin MacLeod, special makeup and effects: Tiernan O'Rourke/Last Legion VFX, cinematography and editing by Tyler King

review by
Mike Haberfelner

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Piper (Heather Wilder) is a college freshman who it at wirs seems could be happier to move out from home and especially away from her over-protective mother (Ursula Coyote) ... and even though Piper is of the somewhat nerdy variety, her introduction into college life couldn't be happier, she makes friends immediately, attends a great and alcohol-drenched party the first night, and immediately bonds with lesbian Ashley (Rachel Corona), so much so that even though she's got a boyfriend at home, she acts not at all discouraging when Ashley makes a move on her ... on a seemingly deserted desert road, where suddenly two girls (Laina Grendle, Hayley Derryberry) turn up in a muscle car, to first harrass them, then chase them down in a wild car chase. At first they seem to be nothing but your usual bullies, and Ashley, tough-as-nails under her soft skin, is willing to fight them hand-on-hand - but then she's suddenly shot dead ...

There is more to the two girls, Sadie (Grendle) and Katie (Derryberry) though than meets the eye: They are not just bullies who went a little over the top because they got their hands on a gun, there's something much more sinister to them - like they have a serum at their disposal to bring the dead back as zombies ... and promptly use it on Ashley, to pretty much force Piper to behead her. But that's not the worst of it yet, they also have brought back their own father (Kevin Wester) as a zombie, and daddy was a Nazi, and with him leading in spirit, they want to create enough zombies to create the Fourth Reich. They don't kill Piper because she's apparently pure in race, and would rather accept her into their ranks, but when Piper refuses and makes an escape attempt, the girls capture her mother and torture her to break Piper - but Piper is not a girl without resources of her own, which can only lead to ultimate disaster ...


Blood Soaked might not be the most intellectually challenging film, nor does it have to say too much relevant about Nazis in today's society ... and it doesn't pretend to: This is fun exploitation cinema with definite roots in 1970's grindhouse entertainment that just tells its violent and sexy and sensationalist plot about lesbian college chicks and zombies and Nazis in a fast-paced anything-goes way. And since the movie seems to keep its tongue in cheek in all the right moments, you will laugh, cringe and be shocked in all the right places, which makes this one a pretty cool party movie!!!


review © by Mike Haberfelner


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