The Blood Shed
Top Customer Reviews
Beeftina's passion for her career, her father and brothers' passion for her just about made me jump up and squirm!
Coming from the advertising industy, it is good to see the pretensious and arrogant get what is coming to them in the true Boullion family fashion!
THE BLOOD SHED is a true horror treasure!
It was hilariously funny with all the gore I love. Alan Rowe Kelly certainly knows the horror genre and how to make a movie that will appeal to horror fans.
Its much different from his wonderful I'll Bury You Tomorrow. That was pure terror, whereas Blood Shed mixes in some humor.
From beginning to end, I was glued to the screen. I was actually disappointed when it ended. I wanted it to be longer!!!!!
This is one fan hoping to see the Bullion clan emerge again!
Alan Rowe Kelly wrote and directed "The Blood Shed." Yes, many of the familiar elements of the sub-genre are found here. Grandma's wheelchair bound, says very little, and is reminiscent of the Grandpa played by Ken Everett (RIP) in TCM2. The inbreeding is evident in the children. Alan Rowe Kelly plays the daughter, Beeftina, and pulls this role off to the "T". And yes, there's a dinner scene or two that will surely make the weak stomached viewer wretch in disgust as the Bullion family eats some of the most disgusting food I've ever seen.
So, what makes this film different? It's a well written and directed independent film with actors that deliver a product well worth watching. It's a bit of a parody with homages paid to its predecessors. These inbred cannibals live in New Jersey. It seems almost like something you'd get if you crossed "Hairspray" with "TCM" and as bad as that may seem, it really worked quite well.
The cinematography, kills and gore f/x, costumes, and score all play into making this a great film.
Buy this film. I'm quite sure you'll enjoy it.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
One of the funniest horror movies I've ever seen! I've been wanting to watch this for a while and I hope their is gunna be a 2nd one!Published 18 months ago by Steve Furno
Pretty good low budget tongue-in-cheek horror flick. Not a lot of special effects and most of the gore was implied. Fun toPublished on April 22, 2013 by Nite Runner
The fact that the central characters in THE BLOOD SHED are inbred denizens of the rural south who have a predilection for dining on the skin and entrails of their neighbors is a... Read morePublished on July 20, 2008 by Michael R Gates