Wl0GZTTD_Blood of Ghastly Horror 1972 Al Adamson iPod-Compatible mp4.zip (Size: 442.14 MB) (Files: 1)
Wl0GZTTD_Blood of Ghastly Horror 1972 Al Adamson iPod-Compatible mp4.zip
A dark alley somewhere in a bad neighborhood of Los Angeles - a man is in the process of soliciting a prostitute when suddenly a pasty-faced zombie/ghoul pops out of nowhere and strangles both of them to death. Next, the creature slaughters an unfortunate woman passing by, and then decapitates a police officer investigating the death screams of the other victims.
The LAPD is understandably baffled by the bizarre killings. Lt. Cross (Tommy Kirk) is desperately looking for a lead when a mysterious package with no return address is delivered to his office. He opens it and is shocked to discover the severed head of the murdered officer, and a note reading "All will die for Corey". Despite the gruesomeness of the discovery, Cross now has a clue to the mystery - there's only one person he knows of named Corey, and that was somebody involved in a case many years earlier. Cross shifts into flashback mode as he recalls the events...
Joe Corey (Roy Morton) and several other lowlifes had just held up an L.A. jewelry dealer and stolen a half million dollars in diamonds, and were on the way out of the building when a secretary had managed to pull the alarm. The building's security guards were alerted, and one of the robbers was shot dead. To get rid of the jewels and avoid detection, the men threw the bag containing them into the back of a flatbed truck and fled the scene, with the intention to reclaim the loot later. The man who owned the truck drove home and the bag fell out in his driveway where his daughter found and hid it.
The police were able to identify Corey as one of robbers, but there was one problem - according to their records, Corey had died two years earlier. It seems that he was a soldier in Vietnam, and was one of the first American casualties that the war produced. He had come back home with a shell fragment lodged in his brain, rendering him a vegetable for life. He later died on the operating table. A detective was sent to interview Dr. Howard Vanard (John Carradine), the doctor who had been performing the operation. Vanard acted nervously, like he was hiding something. Later, the sinister truth of the matter was revealed - since Corey had no known relatives, Vanard had taken it upon himself to try and insert an electronic brain component he had developed into the poor soldier. At first the operation appeared successful, returning Corey to consciousness - but then Vanard realized that the implant had affected a change in the man, causing him to be prone to sudden outbursts of violence. Vanard covered the whole thing up by reporting the patient as dead.
Eventually, Corey sought out Vanard again and killed him for his troubles. The criminal and his gang managed to track down the man who owned the truck, but were unable to find any trace of the jewels. They dispatched Corey to track down the man's wife and daughter, who were vacationing at Lake Tahoe. Eventually he was shot and killed by the police.
Lt. Cross is wondering how the story of Corey connects to the murders, but as luck would have it, he happens to get a visit from Susan Vanard (Regina Carroll), Dr. Vanard's daughter. She was living in Europe when her father was killed and is now desperately searching for information on what happened to him. But what neither of them realize is that Joe Corey did have one living relative - his father, Dr. Elton Corey (Kent Taylor), who was lost in the jungles of Jamaica for many years. But now the elder Corey is back, and looking to use the knowledge of voodoo, zombies, mental telepathy and black magic that he learned there to avenge the death of his son!
Directed by Al Adamson / Color / 85 minutes / iPod-ready MP4 file / Includes bonus short film, "One Grave Too Many"