“Blood Paradise [was] developed to appeal to a very particular sense of humour. If it hits the spot for you, you’ll probably find it one of the funniest films you’ve seen all year (provided you can cope with a bit of gore)…There’s some nice set design and that whole thing is beautifully shot, with lingering landscape shots recalling the European folk horror of the Seventies. Extensive nudity adds to that impression and between them these elements threaten to give the film real personality…” EyeForFilm