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  • Format: Dolby, Subtitled, Widescreen, NTSC, Import
  • Language: Spanish
  • Subtitles: English
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.85:1
  • Number of discs: 1
  • MPAA Rating: UNRATED
  • Studio: Video Service Corp.
  • Release Date: Aug. 12 2014
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (2 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B00KL3TT8A

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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By DVD/OCD TOP 500 REVIEWER on April 17 2012
Format: DVD Verified Purchase
I had 'high hopes' going in when I got my copy of "Bloody Moon". I'd have to admit that I enjoy many of Spanish director Jess Franco's movies - mostly due to his tendency to load them up with attractive nude women in exploitational situations. I was also on a bit of a crusade to see more of the lovely 1970's German actress Olivia Pascal, after enjoying her unabashed nudity in her premier film 'Vanessa'. SO - when I saw that the film "Bloody Moon" paired both of these stellar exploitive personalities in one package I thought I had hit 'pay-dirt' to be sure! Having watched the film though, my enthusiasm was somewhat dampened over the end result. "Bloody Moon" presented Franco's foray into the emerging slasher film genre, and, taken in the context of the time frame of its' original release, it presented some ground-breaking imagery that is still pretty potent by today's standards. Ultimately, the film suffers from Franco's 'trademark' sluggish editing & clunky dialog and manages to generate little 'excitement' even as the body count of attractive females rises. Gaping plot holes and implausible situations strain one's "willig suspension of disbelief" factor to the max and it is definitely only the anticipation of the next 'kill' or bit of nudity that encourages one to keep watching. For me, however, it was likely the 'waste' of Olivia Pascal's abundant 'physical attributes' that was the most disappointing. Having checked out several of her post 'Vanessa' films, it would appear that Ms Pascal made the decision to distance herself from 'nudity' and concentrate on her 'acting' career - big mistake!Read more ›
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Great version of this Jess Franco movie. It seems very complete (the reinserted scenes are a bit harsh but they are there). Great music too!!. It is always different when you saw a specific movie tn the theatres and I did.
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19 of 20 people found the following review helpful
slasher flick from 1981 May 24 2008
By Bartok Kinski - Published on
Format: DVD
Bloody moon is a Spanish slasher flick from 1981. It's like a refreshing version of Friday the 13th with bad dubbing, nonsensical dialogue and bad editing. The film is so hilarious, it's set in a language school where the girls talk endlessly about boys, "Antonio is the best lover on can have a go of him if you like" the boys say things like "oh baby, I want you to melt in my arms".

The best moment, however is when a girl is picked up in a car by a man in a mask. He takes her to an old mill and ties her to a table connected to a buzzsaw. Only when he switches on the saw does she finally get suspicious.

It's a trash movie addicts delight, but others beware.
10 of 11 people found the following review helpful
Bloody Moon is such a bad movie that I love it for being bad Dec 21 2008
By CraigalsCosmosis - Published on
Format: DVD
Naked school girls get stabbed,strangled and sawed(in case you didn't notice the cover art).Primo Eurotrash directed by Jess Franco has all the qualities of its so bad it's good and really funny too in that unintentionalkind way...hmmm and I get the feeling that Jess Franco may have been on the joke with us!One example of this is when the killer has one victim(lets the killer tie her up without putting up a fight at all,'I'm ready to die now Mr. Killer')on a stone mill power saw and a 10 year old boy who is hiding in some bushes witnessing this event take place,comes out of the bushes and turns off the saw,the killer then pushes the boy out of the way and turns the saw back on,the boy kicks the killer in the ankle and runs away.After the saw decapitates the victim,(mannequin)some time later he gets in his car and finds the boy still running down a wide open road.You can guess what happens next.If you enjoy horror movies such as 'Pieces','Friday the 13th','Maniac',pick up this sleaze fest that has all the depraved traits you could ask for that include gore,gratuitous nudity,violence,incest,voyeurism and yes... roller disco!Goes well with any slasher collection.
5 of 6 people found the following review helpful
'Bloody Moon' just won itself another fan! Dec 6 2009
By Jennifer M. Hensley - Published on
Format: DVD Verified Purchase
I knew nothing about Jess Franco. I had seen this horror flick available on many bootleg dvdr sites before it had hit dvd not to long ago, but it never attracted me. I'm going to be honest, I'm one of those that judge a movie by its cover most of the time. by doing that, I've found out that most of the time I've been right on having that gut feeling that this is going to be a great or somewhat ok horror. When the dvd of 'Bloody Moon' came out and I saw that wonderful cover art along with reading its plot on the back, it pulled me in and wouldn't let go!!! This isn't a off-the-wall gore flick. There are two great scenes for gorehounds and plenty of euro sleaze mixed with small amounts of blood here and there in between! I always LOVE watching late 70's early 80's horrors anyway. So for me, this is a treat! Warning!....this flick is a little slow at times, but when it gets to the gore, it rewards you! And yes, the stone-mill saw scene is the best!!! The second best, which made my jaw drop, is the part where the killer runs over that poor little kid!!!! Gotta love that horror sleaze! Besides those who appreciate all types of horror, 'Bloody Moon' is only recommended to those with an open mind. Enjoy!
1 of 2 people found the following review helpful
Vintage slasher from a well-known name June 10 2014
By Matthew Scott Baker - Published on
Format: Blu-ray
If you’re any kind of film fan of the 1970s and/or 1980s, chances are you know the name ‘Jess Franco’. Dubbed by many as the ‘King of Euro-Sleaze’, Franco has made many movies, both good and terrible. BLOODY MOON is his foray into slasher flicks, and for its time, it certainly does not disappoint. There’s plenty of blood, some very nice gore, and a decent body count; the result is a classic slasher that every horror fan should own.

I had not seen this prior to getting it on Blu-ray, but I’m glad I was able to watch it in HD. I’ve read comments about previous versions in different formats that had grainy pictures, poor sound, and even skips. Not to mention others were edited so badly the story made no sense. But this is the complete, uncut version with a great picture and great sound. This is the way you want to watch movies.

BLOODY MOON is shot pretty well overall. There are a few camera angles that made me scratch my head, but I do like how the cinematographer lets the audience look through the killer’s eyes frequently. To me, this heightens the suspense and makes me even more curious as to who it is.

The story is a nice mystery thriller that adds family drama to the slasher aspect. I am not giving anything away here by describing it this way, because you probably won’t be able to tell who the killer is before the big reveal. I sure didn’t see it coming, although thinking back, I feel like maybe I should have. Still, it’s a nice surprise and made me grin.

The gore in BLOODY MOON is top notch. I have to give props to Franco for attempting to show what he does in this film. Granted, the special effects are a bit dated (you’ll see what I mean when you watch them), but they still look great onscreen. I particularly like the ‘stone mill power saw’ decapitation. Although you can tell from a point that it is fake, it still looks phenomenal. I backed up the scene a couple of times and rewatched it again.

BLOODY MOON won’t be for everyone, but if you like vintage horror, then this is a Must See. Be sure and check it out on Blu-ray so you can enjoy the enhanced picture and sound; it’s definitely the way to watch this one. The film hits store shelves in a couple of weeks, so make a note.
3 of 5 people found the following review helpful
Just see it, it is AWESOME!!! Nov. 23 2008
By Jeffrey M. Meyer - Published on
Format: DVD
This movie is just plain awesome. One of the best Franco movies I've seen since Faceless. I love it. Great looking girls, better gore than Devil Hunter, way better gore. Some awesome death scenes. This movie is just what you would want from an 80's slasher sleaze movie. The bad point, the peeping Tom dude got very old. Too much peeping in the movie, need more death scenes to keep the pace moveing. The middle act is slow until the circle saw scene. Plus you hardly ever see kids die in movies anymore. Franco does this one poor boy in pretty good with a car. Please see this movie. Remember the middle act is very slow. The beginning and end are AWESOME!!! Two thumbs up for the music as well.

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