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Exploitation Retrospect | The Journal of Junk Culture and Fringe Media


BLOODY BIRTHDAY (1981) – There are times when I re-watch something I screened during the early days of ER when I can't believe I loved or hated a particular flick. In some cases my feelings about the flick have gone from love to hate right back to deep, unwavering love over the course of two-plus decades. BLOODY BIRTHDAY, however, is not such a flick. Whether I'm sitting in the Budco Millside in 1986 watching it on the big screen or catching up with it some 25 years later thanks to Severin's DVD, my attitude towards it is pretty much the same – it's a highly recommended and fun time-waster that coulda been so much more. – MORE

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