REVIEW: BUCKET OF BLOOD 1956
We all want to be the best at what we do. Crave recognition to be in. the truth is most of us are just citizens. the 99 percenters. That’s right daddio. Just how the cookie crumbles. Unless you are willing to go to extremes to reach your goals. Murderous extremes.
“Bucket of Blood” is the about man’s innate desire to be hip and what a person would do to achieve maximum recognition. This movie is totally groovy. It is comical, intense, poetic and very sad. Would be flaky of me not to mention its obvious links to the 1953 The House of Wax, which was released three years earlier then “Bucket of Blood”. Nevertheless, I have a fondness for this feature film. It is a fun movie and entertaining. There is spoken poetry and beatniks, murder and insanity. Can’t ask…
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