Blood Salvage (1990)
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as Jake Pruitt
as April Evans
as Clifford Evans
as Mr. Stone
as Hiram Pruitt
as Roy Pruitt
as Pat Evans
as Bobby Evans
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Blood Salvage is the story of a crazy, super religious, murderous hillbilly (aren't they all) who, along with his two sons, kidnap people from the highway and remove their organs and body parts to sell to a doctor (the late Ray Walston). Mad hillbilly Jake (Danny Nelson) begins taking a liking to a crippled beauty pageant youth April (Lori Birdsong) who resembles his late wife. The family manages to lure April and her family, including her father (the great John Saxon), mother, and younger brother. As the demented family dissects April's family (and a slew of others trapped on the land), April fights to try and escape the house, which seems to be a no-win situation until Jake gives her the ability to use her legs again. Can she escape the demented family, their evil farm, and their pet Alligator alive? Now here is another lost VHS gem that could desperately use a transfer onto DVD. The film is sick, dark, a little gory, and a lot of fun. Any people that incorporates brutal child death/murder always gets high marks in my book. Plus, the film sports a unique, yet very odd Producer in the form of Evander Holyfield, who also has a small, humorous part as a boxer at a local carnival. This is a fun 90's horror movie with a definite 80's feel to it that reminds me of a cross between Texas Chainsaw Massacre and Motel Hell. Fun movie. If you can find a copy of it on VHS, I highly recommend watching it.
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