Invasion of the Blood Farmers
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|Invasion of the Blood Farmers|
|Directed by||Ed Adlum|
Ed Adlum |
Norman Kelley |
|Edited by||Michael Findlay|
|Distributed by||Retromedia Entertainment|
|August 23, 1972|
The film centers around a group of druids called the "Sangroids" living in Westchester County, New York, who plan to resurrect their queen by draining the blood from unsuspecting civilians into her body.
The film was shot on a proposed $24,000 budget over a three-week period, and Adlum reportedly paid most of the actors for their work with six-packs of beer. The subpar production values are apparent, as night and day shots are mixed up throughout, creating very poor continuity. Michael Findlay was the film's editor.
In a retrospective review, critic Ross Peterson said that Invasion of the Blood Farmers was "action-packed—and gruesome, too", and "an accidental masterpiece".
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