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Blood City Massacre

Austria 2011
produced by
Wolf Morrison (as Robert Tarantino)
directed by Wolf Morrison (as Robert Tarantino)
starring Humungus, Marie-Therese Lind, Wolf Morrison (as Robert Tarantino), Isabella Enzenhofer, Julia Prock-Schauer, Franciskus Beacon-Schandl, Albert Kessler, Walter Pepl, Stephan Ziller, Anne Headaway, Serena Wunjo, Ines Adore, Anna-Katharina Lind, Argyll Finnegan, Birgit Waite, Daniel Kundi
written by Wolf Morrison (as Robert Tarantino), music by Wolf Morrison

review by
Mike Haberfelner

Peter Crady (Humungus), a dangerous psycho killer, has escaped from jail, and now it's up to the man who originally arrested him, detective Johnson (Wolf Morrison), and special agent Stone (Marie-Therese Lind) - colleagues so much at odds with one another that it's inevitable they fall in love eventually - to track him down. A good starting place is Crady's sister Susan, who's naturally scared out of her mind regarding Crady's return as she has helped having him arrested in the first place. But agent Stone offers to guard her while detective Johnson does some digging - and comes up with some alarming evidence, like that Crady's own psychiatrist (Walter Pepl) helped him in any way, shape or form and is still having his back now. Eventually, Crady manages to kidnap both agent Stone and Susan, and now it's up to Johnson to save the day, but the only two allies he has are Susan's fiancé (Franciskus Beacon-Schandl) - formerly best friend of Crady, so his allegiance is somewhat in doubt - and over-zealous news reporter Tracy (Isabella Enzenhofer), who might put her career over doing the right thing though ...


Now one thing's for sure, Blood City Massacre doesn't have anything new or original to offer, nor has it set out to do. Instead, the film is a loving throwback to European genre and exploitation cinema from the 1970s and 80s when movies still had an anything-goes attitude to them, when sensationalism still reigned supreme, and stories were told in a straight-forward way. And this impression is only helped by dialogues, scenes and indeed character arcs that seem to be lifted from the movies of old, with only a mild addition of irony. As a result, the film feels a bit out of time in 2011, but if you're a fan of vintage Euro cinema (as am I), you'll sure find plenty to like here.


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