Damning The Film, Not The Filmmaker: A BLOODSTREAM Review

Throughout the history of film, there have been countless movies that have never seen the light of day for one reason or another. Some are too controversial, some are scrapped either before or during production, and then others… well, they just suck. In 1985, Michael J. Murphy wrote and directed a film called Bloodstream (not to be confused with the 2000 film Bloodstream, also unreleased), which falls directly into that last category. I love low-budget, cheesy, “bad” movies, I really do, but this is taking it to a level of bad that escapes the quotations. The storyline, the characters, the acting, it’s all rubbish. Obviously I’m not expecting anything life changing when I watch something like this, in any way, but I hope to at least enjoy it on some level.

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Damning The Film, Not The Filmmaker: A BLOODSTREAM Review

Psycho Cinema’s February 2016 Screening Schedule

Psycho Cinema is the sister organization run by the hostest-with-the-mostest Faye G.  They bring rarely-screened horror, sci-fi, and obscure films to the Alamo Drafthouse Cinema in Winchester.  Join Faye’s group by clicking this LINK and prepare for the unexpected!

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Psycho Cinema’s February 2016 Screening Schedule