A priest-doctor chasing a man with supernatural regenerative abilities, who has recently escaped from a medical lab, reaches a small town where the mutant goes on a killing spree.
“Rosso Sangue” (also known as “Absurd”) is a 1981 Italian horror movie directed by Joe D’Amato. The film is a sequel to “Anthropophagus” and stars George Eastman, Annie Belle, and Charles Borromel.
The story follows a priest who is sent to investigate a comatose man who has been taken to a hospital. It is soon revealed that the man is a supernatural creature who is able to heal his own wounds and is on a killing spree. The priest, along with a group of people, must try to stop the creature before it kills again.
Overall, “Rosso Sangue” is a fairly standard horror movie with a predictable plot and a few cheap scares. The acting is mediocre, with most of the characters being one-dimensional and uninteresting. The special effects are also quite dated and unconvincing, although there are a few scenes that may still manage to shock and surprise viewers.
Despite its flaws, “Rosso Sangue” still has some redeeming qualities. The film has a creepy atmosphere that helps to create tension, and the cinematography is well-done. The score is also effective at adding to the suspenseful moments.
In conclusion, “Rosso Sangue” is not a must-see horror movie, but it may still appeal to fans of the genre who are looking for a cheap and entertaining thrill.