A Bucket of Blood
Nerdy Walter Paisley (Dick Miller), a maladroit busboy at a beatnik café who doesn't fit in with the cool scene around him, attempts to woo his beautiful co-worker, Carla (Barboura Morris), by making a bust of her. When his klutziness results in the death of his landlady's cat, he panics and hides its body under a layer of plaster. But when Carla and her friends enthuse over the resulting artwork, Walter decides to create some bigger and more elaborate pieces using the same artistic process.
- Stars:Dick Miller, Barboura Morris, Antony Carbone, Julian Burton, Ed Nelson, John Brinkley, John Herman Shaner, Judy Bamber, Myrtle Vail, Bert Convy, Jhean Burton, Bruno VeSota, Lynn Storey,
- Director:Roger Corman,
- Writer:Charles B. Griffith (screenplay)
A frustrated and talentless artist finds acclaim for a plaster covered dead cat that is mistaken as a skillful statuette. Soon the desire for more praise leads to an increasingly deadly series of works. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
A Bucket of Blood torrent reviews
(ag) wrote: I decided to select this movie during my flight on Sri Lankan Air last week..(part of acclimatizing for Colombo!). Eventually found out it was a Hindi movie, not Ceylonese, and what an entertaining movie to catch on a fresh Saturday morning! Heartwarming and brimming with feel-goodness - exactly what one needed for a vacation! The boy was so cute.. and the dad's devotion was wonderful.. and gosh.. i wept during the part when grandson puts the blanket over grandpa, deeply moving. A very good Indian movie with no Bollywood dancing! It has Sechin Tendukar, his Ferrari, an amusing but inspiring storyline, nice songs, and of course, the awesome game of cricket! :)
(us) wrote: Very dull documentary about a very dull publication. Pretty depressing for those of us who work in newspapers though.
(gb) wrote: Total piece of shit. Awful. It... you... can...Okay, deep breaths... phew. Okay, now I will say it out loud.THIS IS A CREATION OF A 4 YEAR OLD KID! This! Is madness! Totally fucked up, wasted, money spent, ass-rape, monkey-fuck, retard dipshit movie! I WILL NEVER WATCH THE 1 AND 3!
(it) wrote: "Paranoid Park" se sai bem como um filme sobre a solido e os problemas da adolescncia, mas ao mesmo torna-se um filme vazio nas poucas uma hora e vinte minutos de durao. O diretor Gus Van Sant (Elefante) traz novamente a sua tcnica ao mesmo tempo brilhante e irritante de fazer takes demorados, closes que se estendem alm do limite e cenas com poucos dilogos, alcanando de certo modo o objetivo central do filme (que conduzir o telespectador pela vida solitria de um adolescente skatista) mas colocando cenasna edio final que nada contribueem para a trama.
(ru) wrote: The only people who find Cuba are those in the movie. Great movie though.
(de) wrote: I watched this when I was a little kid, maybe 6 or 7 years old, and back then it scared me for years. I watched it again maybe a year ago and realized it's one of the worst movies ever. I wish I could slap my 6 or 7 year old self for ever being terrified of this.
(it) wrote: Gene Kelly does a great job dancing with Jerry the mouse. This movie does remind me of a lot of Gene Kelly movies. He falls for a "dame," thinks he loses the dame and get her in the end. I did like the movie.
(ag) wrote: H. G. Lewis' third in his "blood trilogy" is a tale of a struggling artist who discovers the missing ingredient in his work is human blood. Once he creates a painting soaked in blood, he starts receiving accolades from the art community and sets out to find more sources of his new found "paint." Though conceptually this is a compelling film, it suffers from some serious pacing issues - in other words, it's slow as hell. Adam Sorg stars as the artist, Don Joseph, and his performance generates the most laughs in this flick as he is completely over-the-top. The plot is rather easy to predict and Lewis offers little to surprise anyone. What's worse, there is a significant less amount of gore in this one compared to the previous two of the trilogy (maybe three scenes worth mentioning) and it's not near as festive as the awesome Two Thousand Maniacs. The real problem though, is that Lewis only wrote enough for about 20 minutes worth of film, but this sucker runs on for 79 - it's full of padded scenes wheere nothing happens. The score is pretty hip and the acting is its usual: awful and laughable, but it just doesn't measure up to his other work.
(de) wrote: While it may be lacking in substance, it does have its own ragged sense of style. And even if you don't care about any of the characters you will at least want to see everything fall into place once the course of the movie becomes discernible.
(au) wrote: A really great film, but some of the cinematography could have been better. At times, it was an interesting effect, but at times, all it looked like was a camera being shaken too much. Overall, the plot was very close to the book, and the details they left out weren't that noticable. I loved this film just as much as the novel. Can't wait for Catching Fire!