director Bill Rebane
Tiny Tim Wayne Gacy.
A certain type of person, ie me, has a film like Blood Harvest on a bucket list.
A killer and sexual sadist using fast-acting chloroform is troubling a small Wisconsin town. A town, already troubled by the repossession of many family farms by a local capitalist. But more than anything he’s troubling Jill (Itonia Salchek) who has returned home to find her parents missing and an old flame brooding. (The old flame (Dean West) vaguely looks like Jeffrey Combs when he’s pouting.)
And middle-aged Tiny Tim, prancing about in clown make-up, apparently gone dotty over the slaughtering of family pets. He’s genuinely disturbing, or maybe just annoying.
The film, though turns out to be essentially one about a demented stalker, an obsessed young man tormenting his fixation (Jill) and all of those around her. Their relationship is actually creepy in a real way.
As a slasher, it’s pure oddity, from the mind of Bill Rebane and the farmlands of the Badger State.