BLOODSUCKERS FROM OUTER SPACE
Dir: Glen Coburn, 1984.
79 min. USA.
FRIDAY, OCTOBER 11TH - MIDNIGHT
In Bloodsuckers From Outer Space, a strange and eerie wind is blowing across the plains of Texas… and not the metaphorical kind. Local folks are being transformed into depraved, insatiable bloodsuckers by an extraterrestrial force found in the very air they breath and it's up to a young would-be artist and his Camaro-driving cohort to stop them -- in between hits of nitrous oxide, of course.
Texas has long been a hotbed for weird and inspired horror (Tobe Hooper) and low-budget insanity (Larry Buchanan) and Bloodsuckers From Outer Space is no exception. Combining lonesome landscapes of nowhere, Texas, with parodic humor, sex, recreational drug use, martial arts, splatter, a rocking title song, and the occasional aside to the camera, Glen Coburn's Bloodsuckers From Outer Space is low/no-budget regional horror at its finest.
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