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Blood Sabbath

Blood Sabbath – 1972
They were evil. They were sadistic… And drop dead GORGEOUS!!

Brianne Murphy

William A. Bairn

William A. Bairn
William H. Bushnell
Lisa Fluet

Anthony Geary – David
Susan Damante-Shaw – Yyalah
Sam Gilman – Lonzo
Steve Gravers – The Padre
Dyanne Thorne – Alotta, Queen of Witches
Susan Landis – Witch
Samra Harvey – Witch
Mary Lind – Witch
Felice Darvey – Witch
Ramona Timberlake – Witch
Francesca Pelli – Witch
Jane Tsentas – Witch
Lynn Harris – Witch
Kathy Hilton – Witch (as Kathie Hilton)
Terri Johnson – Witch
Jane Swiskay – Witch
El Prieto Ortega – Cantina Singer

Review by Sven Soetemans
70’s exploitation really doesn’t get sleazier than this!,
Wow…what a piece of trash this 70s movie was! Weird, amateurish and totally incoherent from start to finish, “Blood Sabbath” is not much more than an excuse to show naked chicks dancing around a sacrificial altar, led by the supreme D-cup witch Dyanne Thorne. Not one sequence in the entire 70s movie makes the slightest bit of sense and everything looks so poor it almost becomes pitiful.

The seventies film introduces a former Vietnam soldier who’s hiking through the woods and, all of a sudden, he’s assaulted by a troop of exhibitionist hippie-girls that want to rape him (the poor, POOR guy!!). He flees and wakes up by the side of a river where yet another gorgeous girl awaits him. This time, the passion is mutual but apparently this girl is sort of like “owned” by the local witch coven and, in order to be with her, the dude has to donate his soul to witch-queen Alotta. “Black Sabbath” remains remotely intriguing up until the ceremony where our ‘hero’ loses his soul… After that, it totally turns into an incomprehensibly psychedelic mess with pointless story-twists and laughable red herrings.

The main character constantly suffers from Vietnam-flashbacks but they’re completely irrelevant to the story and Alotta enjoys decapitating priests and performs erotic dances in front of the rubber head that doesn’t even look like the guy! This sure may look like a must-see exploitation gem but in reality it’s an unendurable and boring 70s movie. The view of the witches dancing naked is not even sexy, since they all have more pubic hair than King Kong! Avoid!

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