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The Bleeding

2.9 out of 5 stars 23 customer reviews

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U.S. Army Ranger Shawn Black (Michael Matthias) returns home from Afghanistan to find that his parents have been brutally murdered. But when he discovers that his war hero brother has been reborn as the Vampire King known as Kane (Vinnie Jones of X-Men: The Last Stand), he vows revenge on the vampire army that slaughtered his family. Now with the help of a rogue priest (Michael Madsen of Reservoir Dogs) with a taste for machine guns and a party girl (Rachelle Leah of UFC®) with a love of muscle cars, Black will battle Kane and his blood-crazed legions on a highway that leads straight to Hell. Kat Von D ('LA Ink'), DMX (Never Die Alone) and Armand Assante (American Gangster) co-star in this horror-thriller packed with explosive action, high-speed mayhem and total supernatural carnage.

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  • Actors: Vinnie Jones, Michael Madsen, Armand Assante, DMX, Kat Von D
  • Directors: Charlie Picerni
  • Format: Multiple Formats, Color, NTSC, Widescreen
  • Language: English
  • Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 2.35:1
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Rated: R (Restricted)
  • Studio: ANCHOR BAY
  • DVD Release Date: March 1, 2011
  • Run Time: 83 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 2.9 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (23 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B004FHCH5K
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #109,926 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)
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Want to see a bad movie? The Bleeding is so unbelievably awful that you'll sit in your seat wondering to yourself how anyone could put up the cash to make this turkey, let alone how the actors in it show no shame in being here. Michael Matthias stars as an Army Ranger who comes home to find his parents murdered, and is soon on the trail of a murderous vampire lord (Vinnie Jones). Michael Madsen phones it in as a booze-loving priest, and there's pointless cameos from Kat Von D, DMX, and Armand Assante to boot. Keep in mind that I usually love gleefully bad direct-to-video horror flicks, but The Bleeding offers no degree of enjoyment whatsoever. From the horrible acting (Michael Matthias sounds like he's reading his lines off a cue card, which in all honesty he probably is) to the confusing story to the poorly filmed action scenes to atrocious film editing, the badness that is The Bleeding is almost too much to handle. Do yourself a favor, avoid The Bleeding at all costs, you'll be glad you did.
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After finding out his brother has killed his parents Shawn (Matthias) he sets out on a quest for revenge. After finding his parents dead, Shawn finds out that his brother (Jones) has become a vampire. Shawn is the only one that can kill him, and the hunt begins. This is a hard movie to review, only for the fact that I'm not sure what this movie was. If it was meant to be a serious film then it was terrible. If it was meant to be a type of satire and over-the-top on purpose then it was great. I'm gonna assume the later because I can't believe this was supposed to be serious (Michael Madsen plays a heavily cursing priest). It was funny and entertaining and not a bad way to spend an hour and a half. The dialoge is campy and the acting is pretty bad, but if you look at it as a cheesy on purpose movie it's good. I give it a B.

Would I watch again? - I may, again with friends and beer.
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***SPOILER ALERT***
Star Michael Matthias wants to be Vin Diesel in the worst way. With his pumped-up exterior, shaved head, and unconvincing way with the English language, Matthias is a J.V. screen brute looking for his chance at big time stardom. “The Bleeding” (shot in 2008) won’t turn the hulk into a major action star. In fact, it might kill his leading man career altogether. A slapdash mess of genres with zero storytelling capability, “The Bleeding” looks to coast on red-hot vampire trends. Instead, the film bites, and not in a satisfyingly monstrous manner.
Distraught after losing his brother in Afghanistan, Shaun Black (Michael Matthias) is ready to wage war on the vampire nation over the slaughter of his family. Learning of his lineage as a “slayer,” Black seeks out advice from Father Roy (Michael Madsen), an eccentric priest who also craves an opportunity to end the bloodsucker plague. Armed with blessed weapons and sheer balls, Black searches for the whereabouts of Cain (Vinnie Jones), a vampire leader barricaded inside an abandoned factory that’s been converted into an exclusive nightclub, tempting young women with promises of dance floor ecstasy.
“The Bleeding” was directed by Charlie Picerni and, shockingly, this isn’t his first feature film. In fact, Picerni is a longtime stuntman with an extensive list of acting and directing credits, leaving the general disarray of this picture inexplicable. Picerni exhibits no control over his own film, veering wildly from scene to scene, with waves of nutty exposition crammed into the picture via Black’s chunky voiceover.
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An incredibly badly made movie complete with that hyper deep colorization at times to give it a supposed visual kick. What this movie really needs is a quick kick in the head (or groin) and then someone needs to push it over while it's incapacitated into the ditch and bury it with earth.

"From the Producers of RAMBO and RIGHTEOUS KILL". At least those producers got a couple of other movies right but now they have to put this turkey down on their resumes?

"A VAMPIRE-HUNTING ACTION THRILLER...Becomes A Testosterone Pumping Mix of BLADE and THE ROAD WARRIOR". Uh, no. The comparisons to "Blade" are obvious but "Blade" was actually a pretty decent movie. Where do they get "The Road Warrior" comparison? Is it because the hero rumbles around in a muscle car? Who knows! And who cares, because this dog of a movie (that somehow roped actors Michael Madsen and Armand Assante into it) needs to be put down like one of the apocalyptic bad guys from that movie.

This movie is about a musclehead who becomes a vampire hunter (probably because his acting's as wooden as a stake) who has to kill off the leader of a vampire clan headed by his deceased brother. The clan somehow is able to pull hundreds of young nubile women (and a few dudes) out to a rave in the middle of nowheresville. Musclehead is joined by a fallen priest (Madsen) and a couple others (including a UFC Octagon girl, Rachelle Leah, so there's that I guess) in taking down the nightstalkers. Rapper DMX makes an appearance (and, yes, he fits this movie because he's a horrible actor) as well as TV personality Kat Von D. The only reason that I give it two stars are because of some of the pretty ladies (yes, I'm being shallow here).
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