Director Jakob Bilinski’s 2007 grindhouse throwback “Foxxy Madonna vs. the Black Death” is an exceptionally cool short film. Don’t believe me? My praise is stamped across the back of the DVD packaging, and I’m actually quite proud of that. Naturally, I’m quite excited to check out the talented writer/director latest effort, the 2012 horror flick “Three Tears on Bloodstained Flesh”. The film has a strong Dario Argento vibe to it that I actually kind of dig. Not Argento now, but Argento circa 1977. Trust me — it was a compliment.
Check out this synopsis:
THREE TEARS ON BLOODSTAINED FLESH is a modern, Midwesternized spin on the giallo. It tells the tale of a man with a sordid past who returns to the small town he’s long since abandoned to bury his niece. Convinced she was murdered, he begins digging around the town and in the process uncovers their dark secrets, which include a deranged cult and a high body count.
“Three Tears on Bloodstained Flesh” stars Bill Gobin, Jim Dougherty, Kayla Crance, Angela Steele, Rosalind Rubin, Grant Niezgodski, Sidney Shripka, Kevin Roach, Alex Hahn, Joe Atkinson, Eric T. Schroeder, Mark Nash, Jim O’Rear, Sonny Burnette, Rusty James, Julie Pyle, and Scott Ganyo. Stay up-to-date with the flick by taking a trip to the official Facebook page.