Synopsis from Severin Films:
The transfer is flat out great. Enjoy every bloody sequence. Enjoy the stone mill power saw sequence in its uncut glory. Enjoy every moment of slasher style murder with nearly giallo subplot that nearly doesn't matter because you're too busy staring at the "scene of the crime". Bloody Moon is like a traffic accident involving at least ten separate cars, each smashed to pieces and dripping all matters of fluid on to the screen. The metaphorical equivalent of the engine blocks and trans pans dumping their contents after having been knocked off. Gore on arrival. We brake for blood. There's plenty to guess at and make armchair theories about when discussing the plot and twists, but let's face it. You came here for the moments of insane carnage. There are many and the average horror fan would not be upset with the madness displayed on film that has been so lovingly transferred to Blu.
Yes, you've watched similar movies to this slasher style hack 'em up, but this one promises enough ingenuity practical effects department to keep you entertained. Each kill is fresh. Each women on screen is tremendous and gorgeous. That is how Franco works. He paints in women and red oil with a brush that looks an awful lot like a knife.
What you have here is an uncut and uncensored edition of a video nasty. No British censor to fuck up your cabbage patch. In addition to this great looking disc you get an interview with Franco himself. Severin doesn't disappoint with this release as Intervision hasn't in prior years.
You can order a copy of Bloody Moon now. Available July 8th.