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Tuesday, July 26, 2016

Breeders (1986) - Tom Kincade

This was on my list out of nostalgia. I had seen this movie, late night on some show like MonsterVision or USA Up All Night and have been looking for it ever since. It's garbage. It barely follows a plot. The film is literally nothing but naked girls running around killing people or getting killed. The television version was laughable, but the movie in general is just pathetic. 

Something is running around New York, brutally attacking and raping women. Leaving them pregnant with a strange substance that makes them turn into brainless murdering freaks. Two cops start following up on these strange crimes and fall into a bizarre investigation.

In the same vein as Slime City and Street Trash, Breeders tends to focus on the more shocking aspects of horror. Namely sleaze. A formula that worked really well in the seventies and eighties to turn a quick dollar. Boobs, Blood and Gore are the resources needed for these flicks and they were churned out a lot. 

This isn't a movie for the little ones. Keep them out of the room and possibly away from the house. This is NC-17 worthy but ended up dragging away an R rating. It even managed to be distributed by Metro Goldwyn Mayer. 

Director: Tim Kincaid
Producer: Cynthia De Paula
Writer: Tim Kincaid
Starring: Teresa Farley, Lance Lewman, Frances Raines and Natalie O'Connell
Music: Don Great
Release date: May, 1986
Studio: Empire Films
Country: USA
Did ya know: Shot right along side Mutant Hunt