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Blood Soaked Cinema: Kiss of Death
Blood Soaked Cinema Kiss of Death
Actor: Todd Fortune
Genres: Horror, Science Fiction & Fantasy
UR     2005     17hr 22min

Includes: little corey gorey birds of prey slashdance kiss daddy goodnight devils nightmare pieces kill baby kill silent night bloody night dont look in the basement satans school for girls house on haunted hill. Studio: ...  more »


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Actor: Todd Fortune
Genres: Horror, Science Fiction & Fantasy
Sub-Genres: Horror, Science Fiction & Fantasy
Studio: Bci / Eclipse
Format: DVD - Color - Closed-captioned
DVD Release Date: 08/23/2005
Release Year: 2005
Run Time: 17hr 22min
Screens: Color
Number of Discs: 6
SwapaDVD Credits: 6
Total Copies: 0
Members Wishing: 0
Edition: Box set
MPAA Rating: Unrated
Languages: English

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James P. (bluebolt7) from AMERICUS, GA
Reviewed on 3/12/2010...
Blood Soaked Cinema: Kiss Of Death contains the following twelve films....

Little Gorey Corey

If something could go wrong, it went wrong for Corey. When he and his step-brother. Biff, get into a heated argument over a girl they both like, the end result is deadly. Horrified and confused. Corey winds up in a tangled web of lies, deception, and murder.

Starring Todd Fortune

1993 - Color - Rated R - 89 mins.

Birds Of Prey

While covering a story about a farmer attacked by his chickens, a young television journalist. Vanessa (Michelle Johnson) along with her camerman (Christopher Atkins), discover that small European villages are being attacked by local pigeons, doves, and other birds.

Starring Chistopher Atkins and Michelle Johnson

1987 - Color - Not Rated - 100 mins.


Lovely young dancers are vanishing when they answer casting calls at an old vaudeville theatre in Hollywood. Tori Raines, a feisty and beautiful detective goes undercover and lands a part in the chorus line where she tracks down the killer in a chilling chase.

Starring Cindy Maranne and Jay Richardson

1989 - Color - Not Rated (Language. Violence) - 100 mins.

Kiss Daddy Goodnight

Baby-faced Laura (Uma Thurman) is a teenage femme fatale roaming the nocturnal streets of New York in search of men whom she reels in to drug and rob. But this man killer turns into a woman in danger when a creepy and mysterious older man decides she is a dead ringer for his missing daughter.

Starring Uma Thurman and Steve Buscemi

1987 - Color - Rated R - 89 mins.

Devil's Nightmare

A group of tourists, each representing one of the seven deadly sins, spend a terror-filled evening in a castle previously owned by a man who made a pact with Satan. Throw in Euro beauty Erika Blanc as a homicidal succubus, and you have a truly captivatin piece of vintage Gothic Belgian-alien horror.

Starring Erika Blanc

1971 - Color - Rated R - 95 mins.


Forty years after a sweet-faced lad axes his mother to death when she catches him doing a nudie puzzle, college girls start meeting their demise at the hands of a chainsaw killer. It seems that he's assembling another puzzle of nude women... only this time the pieces aren't cardboard, in this cult classic written by Joe D'Amato.

Starring Christopher George and Lynda Day George

1982 - Color - Not rated ( Violence, Strong Language, Nudity) - 83 mins.

Kill, Baby Kill

A doctor, investigating a young woman's apparent suicide in a Balkan village, discovers the locals believe the ghost of a baron's daughter is responsible. The victims in the small Transylvanian village are being found dead with gold coins planted in their hearts. This moody and stylish film, filled with horrifically disturbing sequences, is one of Mario Bava's best!

Starring G. Rossi Stuart and Erika Blanc

1968 - Color - Not Rated (Violence) - 83 mins.

Kiss Me Kill Me

Valentina (Isabelle De Funes) is a fashion photographer who conies under the spell of the enigmatic witch Baba Yaga (Carroll Baker), who may in fact be the legendary sorceress of Russian folklore. It is in this magical abode that Valentina eventually becomes a captive, tormented mentally and physically... or is it all the product of her overactive imagination?

Starring Carroll Baker and Isabelle De Funes

1973 - Color - Not Rated (Violence. Language. Nudity) - 81 mins.

Silent Night, Bloody Night

The mansion... the madness... the maniac... no escape. Who is the owner of that whispering voice on the telephone? Who seems to know the horrific secrets that have long been buried? Preceding the "psycho killer on a rampage holiday" era of horror films by a few years, this film terrifies you with suspense and strikingly thrilling murder scenes!

Starring John Carradine and Mary Woronov

1973 - Color - Rated R - 83 mins.

Don't Look In The Basement

Nurse Charlotte Beale arrives at the isolated Stephens Sanitarium to work, only to come to the horrifying realization that the asylum is not as it seems, and that Dr. Masters and her patients may not be who they say they are!

Starring Anne MacAdams

1973 - Color - Rated R - 89 mins.

Satan's School For Girls

After her sister supposedly commits suicide, a young woman poses as a student in order to attend the same private girl's school. Little does she know the school is actually a haven for nasty necromancers and pernicious pupils!

Starring Kate Jackson and Cheryl Ladd

1973 - Color - Not Rated (Mild Violence) - 75 mins.

House On Haunted Hill

Eccentric millionaire Fredrick Loren and his 4th wife, Annabelle, have invited five people to the house on Haunted Hill for a party and the chance to win $10,000 dollars! What the guests don't realize is that they are trapped inside the house with ghosts, murders, and other terrors, and that no amount of money is worth the price of their life!

Starring Vincent Price, Carol Ohmart, Alan. Marshal and Richard Long

1958 - Black & White - Not Rated (Mild Violence) -75 mins."

Movie Reviews

Twelve nightmares
Annie Van Auken | Planet Earth | 09/26/2007
(3 out of 5 stars)

"A featured performer on two titles here is Enrica Bianchi Colombatto (better known as 'Erika Blanc'). Her Italian-made horror films from the 1960s and '70s are still highly regarded by fans. Another highlight brings together Cheryl Ladd and Kate Jackson several years before their CHARLIE'S ANGELS days. Vincent Price adds his inimitable talents as well.

"The Devil's Nightmare" and "Kill, Baby... Kill" are the Ericka Blanc offerings. In the first, a group of tourists spend a frightful night in a haunted castle, while the second has murder victims turning up with gold coins embedded in their hearts.

A young woman investigates her sister's supposed suicide at "Satan's School For Girls." With Jackson and Ladd.

In "House on Haunted Hill," millionaire playboy Prce invites five guests to spend the night at a haunted house. The bait: a $30,000 cash prize.

BLOOD SOAKED CINEMA: A TASTE OF EVIL is the ideal companion to this box set.

Parenthetical numbers preceding titles are 1 to 10 viewer poll ratings found at a film resource website.

(3.4) Birds Of Prey (Mexico/Spain-1987) - Christopher Atkins/Michelle Johnson
(5.4) Devil's Nightmare (Belgium/Italy-1971) - Erika Blanc/Jean Servais
(4.5) Don't Look In The Basement ("The Forgotten") (1973) - Bill McGhee/Jessie Lee Fulton
(6.7) The House On Haunted Hill (1959) - Vincent Price/Carolyn Craig/Richard Long
(7.0) Kill, Baby... Kill (Italy-1966) - Giacomo Rossi-Stuart/Erika Blanc
(4.1) Kiss Daddy Goodnight (1988) - Uma Thurman/Steve Buscemi
(5.5) Kiss Me Kill Me (Italy/France-1973) - Carroll Baker/George Eastman
(5.0) Little Corey Gorey (USA/Canada-1993) - Todd Fortune/Pat Gallagher/Brenda Pope
(4.8) Pieces (USA/Spain/Puerto Rico-1982) - Christopher George/Lynda Day George/Edmund Purdom
(4.9) Satan's School For Girls (1973) - Kate Jackson/Roy Thinnes/Jo Van Fleet/Cheryl Ladd
(5.0) Silent Night, Bloody Night (1974) - Patrick O'Neal/James Patterson/John Carradine (in support)
(2.5) Slashdance (1989) - Cindy Maranne/John Bluto/Dee Booher"