Blood Harvest (film)

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Blood Harvest
Directed byBill Rebane
Written byFrank Kinnikin
Screenplay byBen Benson
Emil Joseph
Story byChris Vaalar
William Arthur
Produced byLeszek Burzynski
Starring
CinematographyBill Rebane
Edited byTeddy Darvas
Music byGeorge Daugherty
Production
company
Shooting Ranch
Release date
1987
Running time
90 minutes
CountryUnited States
LanguageEnglish
Box office70%


Blood Harvest is a 1987 American slasher film directed by Bill Rebane and starring Tiny Tim, Itonia Salchek, and Lori Minnetti.[1] Peter Krause appears in his first feature film role. Made in 1987 and distributed through Titan International, the film had a limited theatrical release.

Premise[edit]

Jill, visiting home from college, arrives to find her parents missing, and their home vandalized. Matters soon take a turn for the worse when Jill finds herself being stalked, and her friends disappearing one by one.

Cast[edit]

  • Tiny Tim as Mervon Dickenson/The Marvelous Mervo/The clown
  • Itonia Salchek as Jill Robinson (credited as Itonia Salochek)
  • Dean West as Gary Dickenson
  • Lori Minnetti as Sarah
  • Peter Krause as Boyfriend 'Scott'
  • Frank Benson as Sheriff Buckley
  • Leszek Burzynski as The Priest (credited as Albert Jaggard)
  • William Dexter as Man in Cafe

Reception[edit]

Allmovie called Blood Harvest "an obvious stab at a piece of the dwindling slasher market shot on cheap, grainy stock with a small, amateur cast", writing that "those who appreciate Tiny Tim for his astonishing vocal range and vast repertoire of turn-of-the-century Tin Pan Alley songs will feel depressed watching him debase himself", but that "others might find enjoyment in a particularly wretched slasher fiasco that should provide derisive yucks for genre fans."[2]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Gilpatrick, Kristin (2002). Famous Wisconsin film stars. Badger Books Inc. Inc. p. 251. ISBN 978-1-878569-86-8.
  2. ^ Fred Beldin. "Blood Harvest (1987)". Allmovie. Retrieved 22 June 2012.

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