It seemed perfect – a new marriage, a new house, and a child on the way. But when Sarah and Matt invite their friends to celebrate, an innocent ghost hunt turns deadly as they explore the remains of a burned-out prison. The ill-fated group encounters horrors of this world and beyond. No one is safe – not even the unborn.
Bleed Movie Trailer:
Chelsey Crisp – Sarah Riley Smith – Eric Michael Steger – Matt Lyndon Smith – Skye Brittany Ishibashi – Bree Elimu Nelson – Dave David Yow – Deputy Wilson
What to say about this film?
First off, usually you find actors to be almost the same character no matter what they are in, they tend to get type casted. I will say Chelsey Crisp did very well in this movie and was so far different from her character on “Fresh off the boat”.
Bleed started on seeming like it was going to be a very pleasing film. The film started with a little girl walking into a run down general store and accusing the store owner of being a murderer. She ran out of the store with the store owners son I believe following her, not till almost all the way through the movie do we find out what her outcome was.
Then the movie picks up with the lead character Sarah on the way to her new house, but she is stopped cause of a flat tire. The local sheriff deputy stops and helps out, but begins to act strangely when he notices a birthmark on her neck, the same birthmark the little girl in the beginning of the film had on her inner wrist.
Sarah finally manages to get home were her and her husband are having guests over for a little get together. The her hippie brother and his girlfriend show up out of the blue and crash the party. During their meal they start talking about Sarah and his past and their supernatural experiences growing up and how it changed them. This freaks out Sarah because she hasn’t told her husband about any of these things. Then Dave starts to talk about a local story and a burnt down prison, and everyone decides to go investigate it for ghosts, Matt the husband only wants to go to disprove the whole ghost thing to the brother Eric.
To find out what happens at the prison your just going to have to watch. The reason for only giving this film 2 1/2 out of 5, is the fact it left way to many unanswered questions and did a poor job of explaining a lot of things.
A group of friends who venture into the remote Texas woods for a party weekend find themselves stalked by Bigfoot.
Directed by: Eduardo Sánchez Writing Credits: Jamie Nash Cast: Chris Osborn – Brian Dora Madison – Dora Roger Edwards – Todd Denise Williamson – Elizabeth Samuel Davis – Matt Brian Steele – Sasquatch Jeff Schwan – Uncle Bob
Right out of the gate there are two things I really enjoyed about this movie, the concept of it was pretty original or at least it is to the amount of Bigfoot movies I have seen. Secondly it didn’t leave you guessing come the end of the movie.
I know there are a lot of people out there that dislike found footage films, but they are one of my favorites, all the way back to the beginning, which would be The Blair Witch Project. Funny enough these film makers are the ones behind this film also. I see they haven’t lost their magic when it comes to film making.
The film started out with a bunch of twenty-somethings driving to a remote cabins in the woods (this part isn’t that original) and they hit something along the way. Thinking it was just a random animal (deer, bear etc etc) they pressed on to the cabin. After hearing and seeing things in the woods, they decided to bail and head back to their Jeep and go back to the city. Not until they see their Jeep left in ruins they realize they hit something more the a deer. Will the 5 friends make it out of the woods? Will any of them? I would suggest watching Exists, it’s worth your time. So if you have Showtime streaming service, watch it. If not buy the DVD.
A schizophrenic filmmaker, traumatized since childhood by the murder of his mother, writes and plots a retelling of his past staring a naive teenage girl and her friends while a creepy old man haunts them in the woods.
Cast & Crew
Director: Ryan Byrne Screenplay: Ryan Byrne Music composed by: Aaron Alessandrini Producer: Ryan Byrne Cast: Ryan Byrne, Ariella Arbus, Dylan Cook, Marie-Josee Dionne
To be 100% honest with you, this movie isn’t even really worth a review. It is one of the worst horror films I have seen in a long time. And I actually thought I was getting ready to watch All Hallows’ Eve, not All Hallows Eve. What a difference an apostrophe can make. We always youtube every movie before we watch it so we can watch the trailer. Well, we watched the trailer for All Hallows’ Eve and thought that was what we were watching. So wrong we were…
This movie was all over the place, characters didn’t make sense, things they said didn’t make sense, this movie just didn’t make any sense. I know my reviews aren’t that great to begin with, but this one I am not even going to try….