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Blood Rage

Rating:R
Genre:Horror
Release Date:January 1, 1983
Running time:82 minutes
Cast:Jayne Bentzen, Ed French, Julie Gordon, Marianne Kanter, Louise Lasser
Director:John Grissmer
Writer:Bruce Rubin

Description: The highlight of this sometimes humorous horror film is the performance of Louise Lasser. Maddy (Lasser) is the mother of ten-year-old twins Todd and Terry (Mark Soper). Terry sneaks out of the car at a drive-in movie and slashes the throat of an innocent victim. The evil twin blames it on his innocent brother Todd, who is sent off to a mental institution. Ten years later, Maddy is about to get married again and plans to make the announcement of Thanksgiving Day. She receives a phone call saying that Todd has escaped, and the thrilled Terry begins to make secret plans to begin another killing spree.~ Dan Pavlides, All Movie Guide

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