Comedy, Dark Humor, Exploitation, Feature, Horror, Serial Killer, Slasher, Sport, Supernatural, Suspense, Teen, Thriller
A lethal collision of '80s slasher video-vomit and twisted cinéma vérité madness.
“It’s EXACTLY the movie we would’ve made in 1987 and a perfect snapshot — warts and all — of the summer of ‘87.” - Patton Oswalt
A group of unhinged party animals, including adolescent horn-dog Lil’ Tony, embark on a weekend trip filled with Jet Skis, a keg of Busch, and an extended game of quarters. But look out! There’s a supernatural killer on the loose who wears cowboy boots and a silk shirt with a rose stitched on it!
Made by real-life friends from Oklahoma on a real-life vacation, BLOOD LAKE is a rewardingly lethal collision of ‘80s slasher video-vomit and twisted cinéma vérité madness. From false metal soundtrack hits to gratuitous scenes of people sleeping, this might be the only movie in history capable of receiving a stamp of approval from both David Lee Roth and Andy Warhol.