Blood Bath

Oh boy! Now I can take a shower and pretend I am making a “good” remake of the film Psycho unlike the remake made in 1998 with Vince Vaughn. Nothing against Mr. Vaughn at all, I actually really like him, but that was just plain awful. Of course, if he wants to try and make Psycho again with me I’d be more than willing. On second thought, that might turn into a completely different type of movie… umm… never mind. Anyway, if you want to try it yourself you can start by getting your Blood Bath shower gel here.


One Response to “Blood Bath”

  1. Dig-Me-Up Says:

    Blood is that opaque but it isn’t the color of true red. It is nearly scarlet color and darker in tone. The only time blood is that red and bright is in some movies. Because cameras can’t always handle the color red as well as they should and because they brighten it up for dark scenes. Which is wrong because anyone who has seen blood bags knows that in a darkish room,. blood starts looking nearly black because of it’s dark opaque tones. With horror movies and Halloween style haunted attractions,. I’ve thought about it a lot.

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