Bloody Mama | Chicago Reader

Bloody Mama

Roger Corman's 1970 retelling of the story of Ma Barker and her three loony sons in Depression-era America is completely out of control, but the smash-and-grab stylistics are exhilarating. Lots of violence and weird sexual innuendo, backed by a big, blustery performance from Shelley Winters as Ma and a young supporting cast to whom time has been very kind: Robert De Niro, Don Stroud, Robert Walden, and Bruce Dern. 90 min.


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