Night of the Bloody Transplant

Night of the Bloody Transplant

Long before the water in Flint, Michigan went bad, its regional horror movies were already there. Dr. Arnold is a visionary whose dream of transplanting human hearts is balked upon by his peers (despite successful heart transplants dating back at least three years) who refuse to greenlight it. A wealthy old woman not long for this world funds his research with hopes of being his first patient. Opportunity knocks in the form of his parasitic palooka of a brother, a punchy cocksmith who seemingly frequents every wood paneled basement lounge in Michigan with his barfly girlfriends. The well-documented entertainment ranges from inexcusably bad strippers and ass cheeks vocalists to near-nude interpretive dance on a paint splattered floor. Weep not for you, weep not for me. One night, he's accidentally too rough with one dizzy broad in a back alley, and some uncontrollable brain hemorrhaging later, his brother has a sudden late night organ donation for his groundbreaking procedure. More stuff happens, but murky lighting ruins some of it and none of it is any good, anyway.

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