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Country  United States
5.2/10 IMDb

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Language  English
Blood Song movie poster
Director  Robert Angus Alan J. Levi
Release date  1982
Writer  James Fargo (screenplay), Frank Avianca (screenplay), Lenny Montana (screenplay), Joseph M. Shink (story), George Hart (story)
Tagline  When he whistles this tune... The time for killing begins.

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Blood Song (also known Dream Slayer) is a 1982 American horror film directed by Robert Angus and Alan J. Levi, produced by Frank Avianca and Lenny Montana, and starring Frankie Avalon and Donna Wilkes. The film was shot in Coos Bay and Coquille, Oregon.

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While not prosecuted for obscenity, the film was seized and confiscated in the UK under Section 3 of the Obscene Publications Act 1959 during the video nasty panic

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Plot

Set in a small town of the Oregon Coast, a crippled young woman (Wilkes) witnesses the murder of a hospital attendant by a psychopath (Avalon) during his escape from a mental institution. The young woman, who once was given a blood transfusion from the killer, proves to be his potential next victim.

Cast

  • Frankie Avalon as Paul Foley
  • Donna Wilkes as Marion
  • Richard Jaeckel as Frank Hauser
  • Antoinette Bower as Bea
  • Dane Clark as Sheriff Gibbons
  • Lenny Montana as Skipper
  • William Kirby Cullen as Joey
  • Noelle North as Kathy
  • Jennifer Enskat as Judith
  • Christopher Scarano as Deputy Wilkins
  • Victor Izay as Doctor
  • David Arndt as First Boy
  • Norman Brecke as Norm
  • Roydon Clark as Watchman
  • Candace Dickey as Betty
  • Filming

    The film was shot in 1981 in the Central Oregon Coast, including locations in Coos Bay, Coquille, and North Bend.

    Release

    The film was given a limited release theatrically in the United States by Summa Vista Pictures in 1982. It was subsequently released on VHS by various companies including Coast-to-Coast Video.

    The film was released on DVD by BCI Entertainment as part of their Exploitation Cinema double feature line alongside the film Mausoleum. This version is currently out of print.

    Critical reception

    AllMovie's review of the film was mixed, writing, "Blood Song is dumb fun for those in the market for such and there is perverse enjoyment in watching Avalon's inexplicable performance, but don't expect chills or logic."

    References

    Blood Song Wikipedia
    Blood Song IMDb Blood Song themoviedb.org


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