Thursday, August 29, 2013
Crimson: The Color Of Blood
Paul Naschy stars in this brain transplant crime film as a bank robber who gets shot by police while making a getaway in a car where it's nighttime inside the car but daylight outside, and then spends about 45 minutes not starring in this brain-transplant crime film. So Paul Naschy is taken to a country house where he needs a complete cerebral transplant, but unfortunately they don't seem to have a full stock of brains for some odd reason, and you can sort of tell where this whole thing is going to go. So some poor hapless dude is tricked by some chick, and he gets his head removed by getting run over by a train, and there's a strange Mongolian interpretive dance/strip tease of some sort, I think, and I'm not sure what that has to do with anything. Meanwhile, there's also a whole bunch of comb-overs, bell-bottoms, blue eyeshadow, and pornstaches, none of which are very interesting. Then Paul Naschy goes on a turtlenecked, head-bandaged rampage for some reason, and then the movie is over.