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Bloodgnome [DVD]

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  • Actors: Vincent Bilancio, Mellissa Pursley, Ri Walton, Laurie Jameson, Charles Mosbey
  • Directors: John Lechago
  • Producers: Vincent Bilancio, John Lechago
  • Format: PAL
  • Region: Region 2 (This DVD may not be viewable outside Europe. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Classification: 18
  • Studio: Film 2000
  • DVD Release Date: 19 Jan 2004
  • Run Time: 82 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 2.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (4 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B0000D9YC5
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 97,297 in DVD & Blu-ray (See Top 100 in DVD & Blu-ray)


Creatures called Blood Gnomes from another dimension seek human blood to commingle with their own. They suddenly appear ripping their victims apart and feeding the remains to a grotesque monster that is their mother. As the body count increases, the police are baffled. When Daniel, a crime scene photographer, discovers the secret to the murders no-one will believe him, so he follows their trail into the underground S&M world.

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3 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Leona Zombie on 26 April 2010
Format: DVD
S&M, latex, blood thirsty gnomes, dominatrixes and a tongue in cheek approach to horror - go on, watch it you know you're curious!
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4 of 8 people found the following review helpful By M. Clark on 12 Mar 2010
Format: DVD
I like bad horror films. I hated this. It was only 13p (plus p&p), but I was well and truly robbed. I've never written a review before, but I feel a responsibility to all mankind that they do not make the same mistake I did. I bought it in the belief that it would be in the 'so bad it's good' category. No. It's just bad. Bad acting, minimal fx, dodgy soft s&m style porn, no idea what the plot was-lost interest after about 10 mins but was compelled to watch it to the end-just in case it had a fab twist. No. I will give this to a charity shop, but think I will put a fiver in the cover so the new buyer doesn't feel as bitter as I do after having made this purchase. Someone out there is bound to read this and buy it thinking 'it can't be that bad surely'. Please don't fall into this trap. It really is that bad. Buy something else instead...anything else...
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4 of 10 people found the following review helpful By Mr. I.V. Creeper on 9 Oct 2009
Format: DVD
I am confused as to when and how this should be written and scored. Score for the condition and promptness of arrival. Or maybe review the film itself? I have been reluctant to enter a review since doing so for a film that arrived promptly in good condition but was not, by any criterion, a 'good' film. I received a VERY terse email from the distributor who despite my praising the promptness and good condition, saying my opinion of the quality of the film (lighting, editing etc.) had ruined their standing in providing A1 cinema. I believe, therefore, you can understand my reluctance in filling a review of the films purchased. And I was born to parents in wed-lock.
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3 of 9 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on 17 Jan 2005
Format: DVD
bad acting very low budget. Good blood and gore but on the whole a poor film.
PS Anyone know when Blood Gnome 2 is coming out? :0)
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6 of 7 people found the following review helpful
can't people tell when they've made a bad movie? 6 Jun 2005
By Sherry E. Barker - Published on
Format: DVD
this movie was not kosher with me mainly because it seemed as if the characters were improvising the script as they went along. its almost as if the director started this project soley for the purpose to see naked girls. the antogonist of the film is the drug/bdsm/blood gnome queen. she's also perpetually the antithesis of beauty. i sincerely believe rental places should pay the customers for removing the fowl stench this movie's aura places over all the movies setting around it on the shelf. as incredibly and exhaustingly consuming of your mind this is, you will feel as if you'll be looking back at the time you watched this movie while on your death bed hoping you had those two hours replaced by any memory other than this cinematic labotomy. the person responsible for this waste more than likely could have made more money selling ice cubes to eskimos.
3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
Just say gno 12 Nov 2004
By Ghoulie Guru - Published on
Format: DVD
In this unofficial sequel to Critters (or maybe it's Ghoulies), a bunch of evil latex puppets terrorize anyone foolish enough to partake in BDSM. The sad part is, there's almost an interesting idea here, but it is totally wasted. It would have been nice if the writer would have actually done some research, rather than just watching Exit to Eden a couple of times and assuming he knew anything about the fetish community.

There's a goofy walkthrough by Scream Queen Julie Strain (which may be the highlight of the movie, sad to say). This movie would make Lloyd Kaufman, Roger Corman and Charlie Band cringe.
5 of 6 people found the following review helpful
This movie made ''Gigli'' look like a masterpice. 2 Sep 2004
By I am God - Published on
Format: DVD
Honestly....this has to be the worst movie ever made.Period.The main problem with it is this....IT MAKES NO F%@%$$# SENSE WHATSOEVER.First off,the movie starts out with a crime scene that occurred inside a house.Yet,they take some police caution tape and wrap it around a tree.What does a tree have to do with a murder that happened inside the f#@%&*^ house?? The acting is only the looks like they just found these guys off the streets.The main character has tendancies to make the ''O'' face as much as possible...even when he gets kicked in the junk by one of those gomes.As far as the gnomes go.....Where did they come from??? Some dominatrix spawns them from a barrel??And that makes sense how??? What's even worse is the DVD extras. It shows the director ranting and rambling on about how good this movie is and how it relates to his life....this guy must have had one f#@#$# up childhood if he's going to portray it about gnomes and bondage. In conclusion,if you want to roll on the floor laughing as I did,rent this movie IMMEDIATELY.
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
By BADASSMUG - Published on
Format: DVD
This is quite possibly the worst thing to ever be caught on film, next to the jon bene ramsey killer made-for-tv movie. It has the worst actors that i have ever seen, and it is spawned from the worst idea ever. I dont know about the average American, but i really dont care to see bondage in the first place. Let alone, with gnomes beating up humans!! The only part of this movie that was worth while was seeing one of those things get kicked square in the junk. DO NOT ATTEMPT TO WATCH THIS MOVIE!!!!!! (unless you are on something)
I think Ghoulies (1985) is what you really wanted when you thought to yourself "how bad could this Blood Gnome movie be?" 20 April 2014
By John's Horror Corner - Published on
Format: DVD
Writer/director/editor John Lechago (Bio Slime, Killjoy 3, Killjoy Goes to Hell) has put together a real stinker! This movie has low film quality akin to a WikiLeaked sex video, lousy writing and even worse acting. This comes off as a poor student-made film. Given the present filmmaker's skills, it should come as no surprise that nudity abounds (including a Julie Strain cameo) to cover up its shortcomings with juvenile entertainment. Lloyd Kaufman's raunchy, exploitative Tromaville films are more attentively crafted than this crap.

From the start we learn that a drug distributor has some little monsters in a crate. As horrible as this movie clearly is, this actually raised a brow in interest for me at first.

A naked couple engaged in BDSM activities are killed by an invisible force. Spoiler alert! Blood gnomes did it! A crime scene photographer (Vinnie Bilancio; Witchcraft XI, Bio Slime) is on to something strange when he sees a tiny bloody hand print and starts seeing invisible monstrous gnomes eating victims with his infrared camera setting.

What's preposterously stupid here is that he sees the gnomes eating the victims right in front of the CSI team! As if they're being invisible meant that no one would see the masticated flesh or hear the slopping sounds of flesh-eating two feet away from them.

As if it was his job to solve the case, our photographer becomes involved with a dominatrix and his "research" takes the form of BDSM sessions. How this will help a photographer solve a string of evil gnome homicides, I have no idea! As a result, far more than telling a story about carnivorous fairies this movie succeeds at teaching the ABCs of BDSM to anyone completely ignorant to the subject. In fact, that may be the only thing this movie does successfully.

The budget is bare bones low. It's as if the special effects were paid for with whatever they had in their pockets at the time, which wasn't much. The blood work is weak and the blood gnomes are less impressive than Muppets. In one scene we see a blood gnome birth and find out the source behind the drug…blood gnome afterbirth from some tentacled abomination. It's never made clear what these monsters are or where they came from before some drug-dealing dominatrix got a hold of them. But I guess I'm glad I was spared having to endure any more screen time fumbling through a poorly rendered explanation.

The effects are weak, but later in the movie the blood gnome attacks become marginally entertaining and much more frequent.
I'd have to recommend that you skip this one.
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