Friday, November 26, 2021


Well, I have a special post Thanksgiving Day treat for you. This is what can happen to you if you get an invite from your old Army pal to spend that special Turkey Day at his turkey farm and hatchery with his family and friends...

Here's Joe's turkey farm on the outskirts of the small town of Pumpkin Center, you can see Joe has all the bases covered, including selling poultry manure for the pumpkins.

Our man Turk shows up at his pal's place but Joe's away doing some deliveries, so, Joe's wife Janie has Turk come to the pool with her to smoke a big old joint.

Turk gets way too stoned and he grabs a turkey, runs out into the street and lets it go, saying, shoo, shoo! Problem is, see that open door, one of the workers sees Turk do the deed.

Joe is informed about the the turkey so Joe goes in to ask him what the whole thing was all about, but walks in on Turk and Janie getting intimate while smoking another joint.

Joe goes to see his in-house chemist, Poindexter, and asks him if he could make him a special serum out of some turkey hormones. Poindexter says, sure...

Then Joe goes to their in-house chef, Tokie, and asks him to inject the serum into a special turkey that he prepares for Turk. The look on Tokie's face says it all.

Tokie takes the turkey to Turk, who's ravenous after a joint. Gobble, gobble, gobble!

It was delicious but it's making him feel nauseous, urp. 

Turk goes to his room to lay down, and when he wakes up, he's a freaking turkey monster, and has an appetite for humans!

Turk runs wild in the dark and seeks revenge on humans for all the turkeys what gave their lives on Thanksgiving Day!

He chokes this guy out and cuts his arm off with that industrial saw there!

But in the end, Turk is shot dead and he becomes a Thanksgiving Day Feast at the turkey farm. Well, I guess there's a moral here, but I don't know what it'd be!


Realm Of Retro said...

Blood Freak (1972)

This video was up 2wks and it's already flagged for violence!
NICE picture quality for this movie:

Tagline of movie: "A 20th Century HORROR Beyond Belief!"
which was clever. The wording may have made some people
think a bigger studio produced it.

This movie is worth a look alone for the lecture a man gives
at the beginning & end of movie.
He is SMOKING the whole don't see that much.
I thin he's trying to give the presentation a Rod-Serling kind of feel to it but looking at the scene he looks like he's sitting in his den after having a few cold ones at the Elks.

In the opening scenes on the highway, the camera is shaking
hilariously during the still shots (who needs a tripod, right?).

IMDB tech specs claim it was shot in 35mm but
all other signs seem to indicate otherwise.
From a glance,
it resembles an Ed Wood-ian tour of

Opening music is awesome though.

KD said...

I remember going with my dad to a Montgomery Ward store about 33 years ago, to look for sci-fi and horror videos, and the only one we could find was BLOOD FREAK. Dad read the description on the back of the box (VHS?), and we looked at each other and said, "Yeahhhh, nope!" ;)

Monster Music

Monster Music
AAARRGGHHH!!!! Ya'll Come On Back Now, Y'Hear??