INVASION OF THE BLOOD FARMERS

Ed Adlum, USA, 1972, Severin Films, Horror

“Unbelievable high-grade trash.” - Steven Puchalski, SHOCK CINEMA

Most horror movies can’t live up to the misanthropic promise of their outrageous titles...but INVASION OF THE BLOOD FARMERS is so intent on meeting, exceeding, and just-plain-eating expectations that it sends audiences into a whole new dimension.

A conceptual precursor to both THE TEXAS CHAINSAW MASSACRE and MOTEL HELL, this is the blood-soaked story of hooded cannibals who harvest blood for a druid queen while she sleeps in a glass coffin. What’s more, it was birthed by an all-star team of NYC exploitation heroes including cinematographer Roberta Findlay (THE ORACLE), editor Michael Findlay (SNUFF) and assistant director Frederick Elmes (ERASERHEAD.) A hyperdriven whirlwind of violence, insanity, black magic and overalls, INVASION OF THE BLOOD FARMERS is unstoppable in its frenzy to disgust and entertain. Essential!

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Details

  • 84 min.
  • Color
  • 1.85:1

Formats

  • DCP

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