Kansas City Blender Massacre (lost short horror film; 1986)

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The film’s IMDb page.

Status: Lost

Kansas City Blender Massacre is a 1986 short horror film from director and writer, Todd Sheets, which centers on a serial killer who uses a blender on his victims.


Not very much is known about this movie. While half of the movies that Todd Sheets directed has resurfaced on a limited Blu-Ray[1] release, like Blood of the Undead,[2]Sanguinary Desires, films that aren't credited like Gotta Quarter, Kansas City Blender Massacre, and several others in the filmography have not seen the light of day.

On August 5th, 2021, horror film podcast No-Budget Nightmares discussed Todd Sheets' 1992 shot-on-video horror film Chainsaw Tales on Facebook, tagging Sheets himself and asking followers if anyone has seen it[x]. Sheets responded by stating that while copies were made and rented at local video stores, Chainsaw Tales is completely lost. When asked about Kansas City Blender Massacre, he stated that it faced a similar fate and is, more or less, lost. However, he said that some footage ended up in a cut of his film Zombie Rampage known as The Undead.


Todd Sheets responds to question about the current existence of Chainsaw Tales(1992) and Kansas City Blender Massacre(1986)
Screenshot of the IMDb page of Kansas City Blender Massacre appears at 1:05 when referring to movies about tools used in graphic fashion.

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