CARNIVAL OF BLOOD - Late Shift at the Grindhouse


Scene 1Wed, Jul 30, 2014 10:00 PM Event Date Passed
Film Info
Rating:Not Rated
Runtime:89 mins
Director:Leonard Kirtman
Year Released:1970
Production Country:USA


Late Shift at The Grindhouse

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Terror strikes the carnival!

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"A strange burp of a film that sits in my mind long after I watch it. When it ends, I want to watch it again. An is a joy." - Dan Budnik, Bleeding Skull

There's murder afoot at the carnival on Coney Island. Someone is picking out the most irritating women possible and murdering them in the most horrific ways possible. Dan, a recently promoted assistant district at tourney, takes on the case and him and his fiance Laura go down to the carnival to investigate. There's plenty of creepy characters afoot at the carnival, and any one of them could be involved. There's Tom the game booth operator who's a very good friend of Dan's fiance Laura. Then there's Gimpy The Hunchback who works for Tom in his booth. He's semi-retarted and horribly disfigured. And what about the fortune teller? Could she have a part in all of this? The movie finally comes to a head, as Dan makes a grisly discovery and the murder is finally exposed. (Synopsis by B-Movie Central).