1982 WISCONSIN-LENSED CHRISTMAS SLASHER BLOOD BEAT HEADS TO DVD

If you love regional horror obscurities (and if you’re here, you probably do), you’ll be pleased to learn about Apprehensive Films’ announcement of a limited DVD release of the shot-in-Wisconsin Christmas slasher flick BLOOD BEAT! The 1982 flick, released long ago on VHS via Trans World, concerns a family holiday deep in the northern part of the dairy state that finds a samurai helmet in a languishing hope chest (very common occurrence in the forests of Wisconsin) that causes the joyful, hunting-obsessed group to start getting picked off one by one!

 

 

A welcome addition to the growing library of regional obscurities hitting DVD and certainly one of the stranger Christmas-themed horror flicks, Apprehensive Films is releasing BLOOD BEAT in a full-frame presentation with trailers for other Apprehensive releases on December 4, just in time for your own yuletide get-together. The run is limited to 500 copies, so check it out before this little-seen slasher vanishes again!

 

KEEPING YOU INFORMED OF DAIRYLAND DANGERS,

PAUL FREITAG

 

 

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