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I DRINK YOUR BLOOD
1970 / Horror
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Directed by David E. Durston
Written by David E. Durston
Starring Bhaskar Roy Chowdhury, Jadin Wong, Rhonda Fultz, George Patterson, Riley Mills and John Damon

A group of hippies wreak havoc on a small town and a young boy, whose grandfather and sister were attacked by them, decides to get even, with deadly results.

The following tags are associated with this movie: gore, hippie
I Drink Your Blood (1970)
Review by Michael Mahoney

7 / 10
This grindhouse exploitation flick isn't nearly as gory and wild as I remember it being, but it's still a moderately fun ride.

The story, in which Satanic hippies are infected with rabies as a form of revenge, was pretty fun. At times, it was reminiscent of Night of the Living Dead, which came out just two years prior, as multiple mindless people were wandering around, committing violent acts, and some others board themselves in to protect themselves.

It also has a decent amount of gory violence. While there weren't too many notable gory portions, there was a solid decapitation, along with a few dismemberments (one by an electric knife), and an impalement by pitchfork. Despite all of this, though, it never reaches the H.G. Lewis level of bloodshed, which is sort of a shame.

Really, the only issue I have with the film is the length - I know that when this first came out, theaters dictated their own cuts, and thus, a lot of versions of this film exist. I think that the theaters had a better idea than the director, because at an hour and 24 minutes, I felt the film went on a bit long. Cut out just ten, maybe 15 minutes, and I think it'd have been both more digestible and less dragging.

For an early piece of 70's exploitation, I Drink Your Blood can be pretty entertaining. If the gore had been a bit better, and the length a bit more bearable, then I think the movie would have ultimately been more memorable. Still, it's certainly a movie that's worth watching, especially if 70's flicks are your thing. 7.5/10 (rounded down to 7/10 to fit site's format).
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