"3 words you never want to see together"

Films: I Drink Your Blood (1970)

Alias: Horace Bones, Molly, Rollo, Sue-Lin

Type: Mutant

Location: Civilized area

Height/Weight: That of average humans.

Affiliation: Evil

Summary: Hippies are...a divisive bunch, aren't they? Either really insufferable with all the talk of love and peace or swell fellows for doing just that. That said, these guys are a mockery to the very name.

History: Even before the incident, these cultist hippies, led by Horace Bones, were a gang of drug-addled rapists with no scruples to speak of. But they went too far one day, as the little brother of one of their recent rape victims gave them meat pies filled with rabid dog blood in a fit of vengeful anger. He sadly only made the situation worse, as the pies turned the hippies into a gang of rabid monsters capable of infecting others with bloodlust.

Notable Kills: See Final Fate.

Final Fate: Due to madness, most of the hippies end up killing each other. Of particular note is how Horace's second-in-command, Rollo, impales him with a sword. But all infected are gunned down by reinforcements.

Powers/Abilities: Can infect others with a bite.

Weakness: Cannot work as a team for long without murdering one another, anything conventional.

Scariness Factor: 4-It takes effort for an already intolerable group of individuals to become even more intolerable. But that's what happened here for all the best intentions. Still, shame they can't hunt together properly.

Trivia: -This film was paired up with "I Eat Your Skin", an obscure 1964 voodoo zombie film.

-This film was inspired by both the Manson family and a series of rabies-related incidents in Iran.

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That's one way to ruin a vacation.

"Want a taste?!"
Rabies: The Being that grinds away at your mind.

Very, VERY hard to watch now.
At least these Hippies got a job. That being harbingers of death.


Voodoo, axes, and knife. So many ways to end a life.

Who says the rabid and insane can't get into fights like the knights of old?