Blood Bath

1966

Blood Bath (1966)

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Melodrama about an artist-vampire (William Campbell) who kills his models with boiling wax. Lori Sanders, Marrissa Mathes. Directed by Stephanie Rothman and Jack Hill.

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Amazing that it works at all as a cohesive film, for horror fans and Corman aficionados alike, Blood Bath is an indispensable and bizarre saga in cinema history.

Jan 17, 2017 | Rating: 3/5 | Full Review…

... plays like a serious version of Corman's cult black comedy Bucket of Blood, with William Campbell as the tormented creator whose paintings meld art and murder.

Aug 21, 2011 | Full Review…

Blood Bath is one of the most cockeyed creations ever to emerge from the Roger Corman camp.

Jun 17, 2011 | Full Review…

Audience Reviews for Blood Bath

Not sure why this movie has two titles, and not sure why it even had the title vampire in it, as the killer in this movie attacked both day and night. Nither title fit the movie,A movie made during a time when beatniks were cook, yes even before the hippies, and trash art was cool, we have a artist who paints portraits of women in bloody scenes, his models are all killed. No police on the case as women disappear and mo one seems to care, movie has many unexplainable cuts, and many mistakes, in final chase scene you see 3 guys chasing killer, then sometimes two or one or four, it just doesn't make sense, a very bad copy of the film most of the time scenes were very dark, no one would waste the time restoring this one. This was most defiantly in the drive -ins. 2 stars

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½

This movie is more like a classic slasher film than a vampire film, and not a good one at that. It's pretty bad, but it has it's moments.

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