Infected are bad, but at least they’re predictable. It’s the normal people that scare me.
I hope I never see that face ever outside of a dream.
Get inside and lock your doors. Close your windows. There’s something in the fog.
A Bay of Blood (1971) | Mario Bava | Italy | Video Nasty 6 of 72
Twitch of the Death Nerve (Ecologia del delitto, also known as Blood Bath, A Bay of Blood and Reazione a catena), is a 1971 Italian horror film. Easily Bava’s most intensely violent film, its emphasis on graphically bloody murder set pieces was hugely influential on the slasher film subgenre that would follow a decade later.
Christopher Lee attended a screening of the film, having expressed an interest in seeing the latest effort from the director of The Whip and the Body, which Lee had starred in eight years before. Lee was reportedly completely revolted by the movie.