The Blood Beast Terror

The Blood Beast Terror
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anne

Fun horror movie but i only watched it because it's one of the few titles actually available (the rest have Paramount error messages that they can't play on most devices or they're not available from my library)

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Anonymous

This was awesome - like to see more like this - the music - actors costumes just perfect thanks Kanopy!

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