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DVD Talk reviews for Tuesday, October 1st, 2019

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The Prey (Blu-ray)
by Ian Jane

The Movie:

Joel (Steve Bond) and Nancy (Debbie Thureson), Gail (Gayle Gannes) and Greg (Philip Wenckus), Skip (Robert Wald) and Bobbie (Lori Lethin) are three young couples that decide to into the mountains of Keen Wild to camp out at a remote area called Northpoint. Of course, they're unaware that recently Frank Sylvester (Ted Hayden) and his wife Mary (Connie Hunter) were murdered in that very area. When our sextet arrive, they stop to get their permits and meet kindly ranger Mark O'Brien (Jackson Bostwick) who shows an interest in the lovely young ladies and warns them all to watch out for bears.

A short time later, the six set up camp and, after goofing around for a bit, have a campfire and then get around to getting down! It's a big old make out fest and while Gail proclaims that there's something out there watching them, the rest of the crew pays her no mind. The next mornin...Read the entire review »

A Bucket of Blood (Blu-ray)
by Ian Jane

The Movie:

In Roger Corman's 1959 film A Bucket Of Blood, we meet a busboy named Walter Paisley (Dick Miller) who toils away at his crummy job at a beatnik coffeehouse owned by the crotchety Leonard (Antony Carbone). Here Walter swoons over on of their regular customers, Carla (Barbara Mouris). Walter wants more out of life he wants to be a great artist, he wants to be able to win the girl and he wants to be the popular guy, but he makes a lousy living and lives alone in a cruddy little apartment.

One night, his landlord's cat gets stuck between the walls of his apartment and Walter's. With the best of intentions, Walter pulls out a knife and tries to cut the kitty out but he winds up stabbing the cat and it dies. It's then that Walter sees an opportunity. He covers the cat's corpse in the modelling clay he had been toying with and then brings it to the coffeehouse where i...Read the entire review »

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