DREAM STALKER / DEATH BY LOVE REVIEWED
“Dream Stalker” is a loving horror tale about being stalked by ex-lovers. Unfortunately for our heroine, her lover just died in a motocross accident. Why is this Krueger knock-off coming back from the dead to stalk her dreams? Does it really matter. Outside of some nice early 90s nudity cheese, there’s not a ton going on. It’s a shame really, as I wanted to see a lost treasure.
“Death by Love” is a shot on video lost treasure that I wanted out of the first movie. Unfortunately, this movie is pretty terrible. The main dude works as a vampiric succubus without a clue of his true power. Women drop dead, but they’re always fully nude. Plus, the film was shot in early 90s Dallas. If you want to hear deep accents and tons of pre groomed bush, this might be your bag. It’s easily the better film on the disc.
- 1.33:1 standard definition transfer
- Dolby Digital 2.0
RELEASE DATE: 4/11/17
Video - 88%
Audio - 88%
Supplemental Material - 86%
Film Score - 83%
The Plot Thus Far
“It fits right in with THINGS and SLEDGEHAMMER,” raves Outpost-Zeta.com. “DREAM STALKER is something special!” When a Sacramento supermodel is haunted by the super-mulleted corpse of her dead motocross-racer boyfriend, it will unleash an erratically ambitious nightmare of cheap lighting, bad sound, bizarre plotting, gratuitous nudity and grisly effects that Bleeding Skull says is “guaranteed to make you feel like you’re trapped in a lo-fi psychedelic abyss of fun!”
DEATH BY LOVE:
In this inexplicably obscure psycho-thriller, a studly sculptor (producer/director/writer/star and Texas building contractor Alan Grant) fears that a devil-worshipping childhood pal is murdering his every new girlfriend. Filmed in the suburbs of Dallas and packed with soft-core sex, scattershot performances, thick regional accents and a WTF? plot twist, it may be the most astounding SOV horror vanity project you’ve never seen.