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Blood Soaked Cinema: Bite Night
Blood Soaked Cinema Bite Night
Actors: John Saxon, Lynda Day George
Director: Conrad Brooks
Genres: Horror, Science Fiction & Fantasy
UR     2005     18hr 5min

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Actors: John Saxon, Lynda Day George
Director: Conrad Brooks
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: 18hr 5min
Screens: Color
Number of Discs: 6
SwapaDVD Credits: 6
Total Copies: 0
Members Wishing: 2
Edition: Box set
MPAA Rating: Unrated
Languages: English

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Movie Reviews

Either look for real movies, or for real Porn! These will s
Peggy F. Finch | somewhere | 08/22/2006
(1 out of 5 stars)

"Many of these stories are simple, artless soft-porn packaged as if they were movies. Hey, i really love nudity & eroticism myself, but i just can't appreciate it when it is done as crude & untilligent as it is here. Sex still needs to be either plot or character driven even for me, not some mindless random drivel searching for an STD like in these flicks! As one reviewer on a different site said "these weren't filmed, they were taped!". Pretty much describes it. Even a piece like "Mansion of Madness" which has appreciable cult status (& much less nudity than some of the others incidentally)is still in very bad reproduction here. I don't recommend you spend your money here unless you are just really looking for low quality, plotless, artless soft-sex tapes. Few movies here, & certainly none of good reproduction like Anchor Bay has been doing. Look elsewhere is my advice."
Here's What You Get...
R. Epstein | USA | 08/22/2005
(2 out of 5 stars)

"This volume of the BLOOD SOAKED CINEMA series collects 12 low-budget horror flicks centered around vampires and other forms of supernatural terror: in BACK FROM HELL (1997), a Hollywood movie star regrets selling his soul to the devil; in PROJECT VAMPIRE (1993), an ambitious bloodsucker invents a serum designed to enslave the entire world; in THE PASSING (1988), two WWII veterans attempt a medical experiment that would restore their youth; in BEYOND EVIL (1980), a couple move into a haunted colonial mansion; in DEMON UNDER GLASS (2002), a Los Angeles serial killer turns out to be less than human; in HOW TO SLAY A VAMPIRE (1995), two brothers discover an ancient vampire buried in their basement; in BLOOD SLAVES OF THE VAMPIRE WOLF (1996), a sexy vampiress uses a mortal male to help her ensnare her victims; in SORORITY HOUSE VAMPIRES FROM HELL (1998), a college coed battles an alien vampire bent on world domination; in BROKEN SKULL (1999), a murdered mobster exacts his vengeance from beyond the grave; in MANSION OF MADNESS (1972), inmates literally run the asylum; in MALIBU BEACH VAMPIRES (1991), a houseful of California babes harbor a bloodthirsty secret; and CREEPTALES (2004) rounds out the proceedings with an anthology of horror shorts."
Bite me
Annie Van Auken | Planet Earth | 06/17/2007
(3 out of 5 stars)

"This edition of BLOOD SOAKED CINEMA features mostly low-budget independently made fright films perfect for late night viewing. Plenty of vampires here, madness and mayhem-- there's even an anthology of short stories ("CreepTales"). Call this one just another dozen ways to "kill" a couple of hours....

BLOOD SOAKED CINEMA: KISS OF DEATH is yet another entry in this unusual series.

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

(2.9) Back From Hell (1997) - Larry DuBois/Shawn Scarbrough/Don Ruern
(2.5) Beyond Evil (1980) - John Saxon/Lynda Day George/Michael Dante
(2.1) Blood Slaves Of The Vampire Wolf (1996) - Conrad Brooks/Joe Estevez/Skylaire Alfvegren
(5.0) Broken Skull ("Headcrusher") (1999) - Ron Haines/Stephanie Beaton/Marilea Butler
(4.4) CreepTales (2004) - Jess Sherman/Michael Minton/Tim Choate/Bill Peck/Alan York
(5.7) Demon Under Glass (2002) - Jason Carter/Garett Maggart/Jack Donner
(2.7) How To Slay A Vampire (1995) - Jennifer Burnier/Marion Costly/Count Francis
(1.6) Malibu Beach Vampires (1991) - Kelly Galindo/Christina Walker/Mimi Spivak
(4.4) Mansion Of Madness (Mexico-1973) - Claudio Brook/Arthur Hansel/Ellen Sherman
(3.9) The Passing (1985) - James Carroll Plaster/Welton Benjamin Johnson/John W. Huckert Jr.
(3.3) Project Vampire (1993) - Myron Natwick/Brian Knudson/Mary Louise Gemmil
(1.6) Sorority House Vampires (From Hell) (1998) - J.J. Rodgers/Kathy Presgrave"