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Italian director Mario Bava is arguably one of the finest directors the horror genre has ever had. From the black-and-white vampire-witch thrills of Black Sunday (1960), the lavish looking horror anthology Black Sabbath (1963) and the atmospheric and personal Lisa and Devil (1972), Bava's filmography is a treasure trove of must-see flicks. That begs the question, what the fuck went wrong with Baron Blood?
Critically Baron Blood is one of the director's least popular works currently holding an appalling 0% approval rating on Rotten Tomatoes' website. And yet inexplicably Baron Blood became a huge financial success, so much so it allowed Bava the opportunity to make whatever he wanted next.
With Halloween III failing, the franchise disappeared to lick its wounds and didn't return for another six years. And when it did return so did its main man, Michael Myers. As you may remember both Mikey and his nemesis Dr Loomis were apparently blown up at the end of their hospital showdown. Or were they?
Well, the makers of a stalled franchise obviously thought it was in their best interest to resurrect them...and it paid off, resulting in a so so $17million at the US box office and spawning a few more movies. It's now been ten years since the events of the first two movies, and Michael is on a murdering spree again, with his aim being to polish off his niece Jamie (see what they did there?) nicely played by Danielle Harris. Ellie Cornell turns in a well rounded performance as Rachel, who does her best to protect Jamie from the murderous Michael.
You know those Expendable movies where ancient action man Stallone teams up with fellow faded action fans for some retro comedy action? Bruce Campbell has revealed that he reckons the Expendables formula could work for the horror genre too. He name-checked Robert Englund and Kane Hodder as possibilities for the project and just the idea of such a flick gets our juices flowing here at My Bloody Reviews. We'd love to know what you think about the idea and what actors should feature. Please comment on our Facebook page below the article. Many thanks.
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