|release date||March 20 1978|
|starring||Zalman King, Deborah Winters, Mark Goddard|
SynopsisA young man unwittingly commits a series of brutal murders as the result of a drug experiment he was involved in during his college years.
In a genre known for its storytelling lethargy, credit must to be paid to writer/director Jeff Lieberman, who isn’t the most polished filmmaker around, but he certainly has an affinity for oddball distractions. His movies (Squirm, Just Before Dawn) are clunky but crammed with low budget promise, and 1978’s Blue Sunshine is no exception. A semi-coherent journey in the rainbow heart of acid ingestion and fugitive blues, the picture is a delightfully baffling concoction, lost on its own groovy trip of horror and paranoia, a place where exposition is light but death by baldness is certain. …Read More