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Bleeding Rose

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A conflicted young woman haunted by a dark past is caught in the middle of a love triangle, and stalked by a demonic serial killer who only targets people she loves. To make matters worse, the suspects are her friends and she can trust no one. As the mystery unravels in her world of love, obsession and murder, ebony discovers that in order to stop the nightmare she will have to confront her past, and face the demons that torment her, or risk losing her own soul. In the end every broken heart is nothing but a Bleeding Rose.. .

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  • Actors: Sakeena Nicole, Archie Ekong, Nicholas Vitulli
  • Directors: KAREEM A. BLAND
  • Format: Multiple Formats, Color, NTSC
  • Language: English
  • Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.33:1
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Rated: NR (Not Rated)
  • Studio: YORK HOME VIDEO
  • DVD Release Date: May 15, 2007
  • Run Time: 80 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 3.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (4 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B000NQRR9I
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #303,846 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)

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By C. Dennis Moore on July 17, 2012
Format: DVD
See what happens when you move back home? 30-something Ebony (Sakeena Nicole) has been away from Brooklyn for a while, but when she moves back after a disastrous relationship, back to live with her father, she thinks her life is turning around. Little does she know things are only going to get worse.

Things look okay for Ebony at first. She's reconnecting with old friends Candace and Cedric (Archie Ekong). Cedric's working with a writer/producer friend and they've enlisted Ebony as one of their stable of singers. Cedric says he sees Ebony as a little sister, but his flirting says otherwise. Ebony is meanwhile still pining over Alex, the abusive boyfriend she just left. Alex keeps appearing to Ebony in her dreams and she always wakes up from them screaming, but she still can't help loving that man of hers.

And that's when the bodies start to pile up. First there's Candace, then Cedric's girlfriend Dee. Fingerprints and DNA point to Cedric's partner Kyle who has slowly been moving in on Ebony, but why would he kill Dee?

Later that night, Kyle escapes jail and shows up back at Ebony's house where Cedric has been hanging out and drinking. He's beaten and bloody, but before they can find out what's what, the police show up. Unfortunately they didn't show up in time to keep Kyle from killing Ebony's father.

The police move Cedric and Ebony to a motel where they start to reveal their true feelings for each other, but just as things start to look up again, Cedric starts acting a little weird.

Crap, I think I forgot to mention Ebony left her abusive boyfriend Alex not because he was abusive but because he was practicing black magic. But wait, what's this?
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2 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Siskok on May 26, 2007
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This is one of those movies when after you finish watching it you say: "Damn, what a great and clever story, I only wish they had a bigger budget!"

Bleeding Rose is Inventive. Stylish. Scary. And loaded with twists and turns that'll have you guessing to the very end. A very fun ride with a great meaningful story...something you don't see in movies these days. For a "true" independent movie, Bleeding Rose is great! It's worth a look.

The DVD includes "guerrilla-style" filmmaking behind the scenes footage, a cool music video, deleted scenes and a trailer. Making it a great buy as well. So get it. And support true independent filmmaking. You won't be disappointed.

There's also a Motion Picture Soundtrack available. Bleeding Rose: The Album. Look for it. It's scary good.
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Ebony (Sakeena Nicole) is trying to move on w/ her life, after a horrible ordeal at the hands of her ex-boyfriend. She's attempting to be a professional singer, and her best friend Cedric works in a music studio. All is well, until Ebony's friends begin dying in brutal, bloody ways! Has her insane ex returned to exact his twisted vengeance? Has his involvement in the occult turned him into some sort of satanic stalker? BLEEDING ROSE is an extremely low budget film. Even so, it manages to make the best of its obviously limited resources. The filmmakers overcome the usual "home movie" look of most such films by using non-static camera work, and by having a halfway decent story. As YORK productions go, this is the best I've seen. Worth checking out...
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0 of 4 people found the following review helpful By M. Abner on September 26, 2012
Format: DVD
Why is it I can't watch a movie now days about a black man & woman recording music without whitey messing it all up? Seriously yo, Ebony Flowers was like tight and that Cedric was a dawg yo until Lonnie Caucasian shows up and ruins it all. Now I know not all white folk worship Satan, but most of them do and that's what makes this a bad film. As matter of fact I haven't even finished the movie yet and I already know what's gonna happen... Look! Brother has a bee hive on his head! And what's up with Ebony's foot? It's like a frostbitten Sasquatch foot. This movie would have been given a better rating if wasn't for all them crackers summoning demons and such. Does Amazon sell Sasquatch foots?

I was right! In comes ole pasty face with a pentagon painted in on his head. Nasty!
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