"Leonardo Da-Vice-i"

Films: Color Me Blood Red (1965)

Alias: None

Type: Natural

Location: Civilized Area

Height/Weight: That of an average human.

Affiliation: Evil

Summary: They say that you have to suffer for your art. Well, then there's those assholes who think OTHERS need to suffer for it. Adam Sorge was one of those people, and we're glad to see him wrecked.

History: Adam was a struggling artist, always trying to find the right color for his often macabre works. But then one day, EUREKA! Human blood was the ideal red, and with it, his paintings became a hit. But where to get that blood...?

Notable Kills: Did you not read the description above?

Final Fate: After being caught in the middle of preparing another victim for his paintings, Sorge gets a shotgun to the face, and dies. As far as anyone is concerned, the burning of his paintings is his funeral pyre.

Powers/Abilities: None.

Weakness: Anything conventional.

Scariness Factor: 3-Sorge always seems like a volatile guy, but when he started killing for art, that was going too far! And when he does kill, our friend Herschell Gordon Lewis delivers with gore.

Trivia: -Lewis was considering a 4th addition to the Blood saga, named "Suburban Roulette", but his friends felt the gore craze was fading too fast for that.

-This film was made on an estimated budget of $50,000.

Image Gallery

Not very subtle, eh?

Why, yes. THAT face is a picture of perfect mental health.
I can think of worse words.

Yeah, keep painting. That's your demise being pictured behind you.

Every artist eventually has a breaking point.
Pray that no kids are looking at this.