Bloodmarsh Krackoon written and directed by Bronx native Jerry Landi is a must-see (and a must buy) for horror buffs, aficionados, and fans alike.
It's like a fine wine - it just keeps getting better as the plot moves along. It's one of those movies that has it all - blood, gore, suspense, action, comedy, and scantily clad women, however, what sets it apart from other films within its genre is the message "no one dumps on the Bronx, and lives". C'mon think about it.....
In a nutshell it's about a crack-addicted raccoon and her offspring terrorizing a Bronx community better known as "Locust Point" which, relatively speaking, is a "sleepy little town". The protagonist Mayor Peter Rabbit (played by Sal Amore) is put through a myriad of challenges while trying to piece together the series of murders reigning down on his community. The cast of characters is a slew of crude and colorful people ranging from those working on the inside for the Mayor to the many antagonists he encounters along the way. And let's not forget the true "stars" of the film - the robotic raccoons who provide a ton of laughs, thrills, and additional eye candy.
This movie is an all-around winner - it's campy, gritty, bloody, highly entertaining and down right hilarious!