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There’s more to Night of the Bloody Transplant than just the bang-up title. It’s also got an extended stripper scene, some guy named “Dick Grimm” in his sole IMDB credit, and a promise: “Warning,” the cover reads. “This film will make you puke!” Showing as part of the Washington Psychotronic Film Society series, this 1970 B-minus flick from David W. Hanson follows a surgeon who’s looking to steal a girl’s heart—­and stick it in the chest of his drunk brother. Also transplanted in the film is the open-heart surgery scene, apparently lifted from stock instructional footage of the real deal. More a portrait of 1970 amateur filmmaking than mad scientists and the women who awkwardly disrobe for them, Night of the Bloody Transplant is an ugly duckling of a film waiting to grow up into a beautiful cult classic. Whether or not Hanson’s effort is bad enough to be good may depend on whether anyone actually hurls in the theater. The film shows at 8:30 p.m. at the The Arlington Cinema ’N’ Drafthouse, 2903 Columbia Pike, Arlington. $2. (703) 486-2345.