In the tradition of the Hammer Films and Amicus horror anthologies comes Joel Reed's Blood Bath.
A horror-comedy anthology not to be missed: When the cast and crew of a horror film sit down at dinner, they begin to tell stories of their real-life experiences with the occult. What follows is a parade of dark but amusing tales including a marriage to the devil's daughter, one very unlucky hit-man, a hen-pecked husband with delusions of war heroism, a miser haunted by the ghost of a man he ruined, and a less-than-epic martial arts master looking for the "Tenth Secret of Shao-Lin". Only after the guests leave do we learn just how horrifying horror movie sets can be.
This low-budget epic offers gruesome deaths, amputations, doors flying off hinges, demons, martial arts, and roasted rats - what's not to love? Featuring Doris Roberts (Everybody Loves Raymond) and the acting debuts of Harve Presnell (Fargo, Face/Off), P.J. Soles (Carrie, Halloween) and Sonny Landham (Predator, Action Jackson). Blood Bath proves once again that director/writer Joel Reed (Bloodsucking Freaks) is decidedly twisted...and that's a good thing.