Subject: I have found a DVD that I think you would enjoy
|The Bloody Ape|
Actors: George Reis, Paul Richici, Chris Hoskins, Larry Koster, Arlene Hansen
Director: Keith Crocker
Studio: Music Video Dist Release Date: 02/03/2009 Run time: 77 minutes
Breasts, Beasts, and Blood!-In Praise of The Bloody Ape
H. M. Drain | Fayetteville, AR United States | 01/10/2009
(5 out of 5 stars)
"A couple of years ago, a good friend was kind enough to send me a film that has forever been tattooed in my brain. As a fringe film cineaste, I felt like I had seen it all. But there is nothing quite like "The Bloody Ape." Do you love homages to Poe? How about sexually avaricious apes with a penchance for bloodshed? Strippers? Gore? Political incorrectness mixed with heart?
Yes friends, "The Bloody Ape" has all this and more. This is horror with heart. The worst crime a film can commit is to be boring and "TheBloody Ape" can never be accused of that. Getting to see this film come to the DVD age is going to be a terrific treat."
Amazing what you can do with a man in a gorilla suit
C. Christopher Blackshere | I am the devil's reject | 03/18/2009
(4 out of 5 stars)
"Pitch a tent fellas, time to go campin'
Budgets don't get lower
Wit don't get slower
Movies don't get cornier
Apes don't get hornier
There's naked chicks
and decapitated [...]
Grindhouse exploitation schlockfest at its most vile
Total Z-list horror, this is a classic Edgar Allan Poe adaption. An ape escapes the carnival and wrecks havoc in town.
Now, another reviewer says this movie never gets boring. I disagree. For the first half hour I was constantly eyeing the FF button. It's just a bunch of idiots exchanging insults, ala Jerry Springer style. But once The Ape escapes, its all worth the wait.
Fans of beastiality, you're in for a treat. Ape rape don't get much better. So romantic, I think they used marshmallow fluff to simulate the ape's erotic pleasure. Watch the Beast violate and kill the Beauty, plus watching him drive a car is pretty entertaining.
Nothing too clever here, but some good quality fun for fans of wretched grindhouse cinema.
Directed by Feith Crocker