Sunday, February 17, 2008
CHRISTOPHER KELLY - "Bloodletting" (1997)
I was going to post this on Valentine's Day, but I was too busy wallowing in my own self pity... ;-)
So here you go - one of my favorite b-horror/romance movies of all time, with much of the same cast of the previous Tempe soundtrack I posted, "Polymorph", including James L. Edwards, Ariauna Albright, and Sasha Graham. This one also features two of my favorites, Scooter McCrae and Tina Krause.
I guess the making of this movie was ten times worse than Hell, for many reasons, and it ended a lot of close personal friendships. Which really sucks, but the good thing is that you really can't tell in their performances. Everyone did a really great job. Tina Krause was even sick with pneumonia when she was filming her scenes, but you couldn't really tell. It might have even added to her character.
Here's the film's synopsis from the Tempe website:
SYNOPSIS: Serena Stalin wanted to learn from the best. So she tracked down Butch Harlow, one of the world's most notorious serial killers, and blackmailed him into teaching her the fine art of murder. Now, as the lessons begin, as the teacher and his bloodthirsty student leave a trail of horribly mutilated victims in their wake, they are about to uncover the horrible secrets that bind them together, the unspeakable passion that forces them to kill, over and over again...
Once again, this is a really good soundtrack. It has the same feel as the movie, and is never boring. I think you will like this one. I have also included the original screenplay.
"I've Killed Before..."