This loaded single disc collector’s edition Blu-Ray is packed with bonus features, behind-the-scenes footage, deleted scenes, and much, much more! - Extreme Talk: An Interview with Anthony DiBlasi (28:00) - Behind The Scenes (7:26) - Tribute to Simon Sayce (4:50) - Deleted Scenes (5:00) - Extreme Haunts: Behind The Scenes (2:00) (Featuring Nick Principe, Tiffany Shepis, Ricky Dean Logan, Snow Mercy, Kristina Klebe, Adam Gierasch) - ‘Fatal Bleeding’ Short Film by Jack Rabe aka Rebecca Swan - Fatal Bleeding Selects 1 (Featuring Jeffrey Reddick) - Fatal Bleeding Selects 2 (Featuring Felissa Rose, Michael St. Michaels, September D'Angelo) - Extremity Official Trailer - Haunters: The Art Of The Scare Trailer Feature Audio - English 5.1 Dolby Digital - English Stereo 2.0 Blu-Ray is Region Free.
- Is Discontinued By Manufacturer : No
- MPAA rating : s_medNotRated Unrated (Not Rated)
- Package Dimensions : 6.7 x 5.3 x 0.4 inches; 2.08 Ounces
- Director : Anthony DiBlasi
- Run time : 103 minutes
- Actors : Dana Christina, Chad Rook, Natalie Victoria, J. LaRose
- Producers : Corinne Ferguson, David Bond
- ASIN : B07HNB6R2J
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Female has daddy issues via the usual sexual assault/rape/incest scenarios.
Needs years of therapy to deal
Deep dives into horror/rape/murder/mutilation as a result
Dumps her meds to go to a house of horrors for...reasons
Kills a bunch of people
20 minutes in and I was snoring. Had to jump back a few scenes in the film a couple of times to catch what I missed and get through it.
Too much was revealed about Perdition too fast. You can't establish a house of horrors as being some extreme hardcore venue only to pull back the curtain in the first 30 minutes exposing it all for the sham it is. It made the entire rest of the film weak because Perdition is nothing but a bunch of posers. Allison called them out on it earlier in the film but even that sucked because her character is annoying so the defiance had no weight behind it. I was really hoping she didn't survive but we can't have nice things. Allison's roommate is more interesting making me shake my head at her still being with Allison who has enough issues to open a magazine stand. Even the Female White Skull (Ashley Smith) was more interesting like a redneck Harley Quinn and I liked her gap. It's cute, I hope she never gets that corrected.
Anyways, I totally didn't like this film but it's a great edition for a Sucky Movie Sundays marathon. 1*
-get better sets, don’t film in an actual haunted house. It felt like a long commercial.
-don’t rely so heavily on cliches to do you character building (the tattoo, the pill bottle? C’mon). The fact that she has was physically and sexually abused by her dad is just disgusting and the worst cliche of all. A woman can have trauma that does not revolve around a man or rape.
-The bad guys—when introduced—did not seem particularly sinister. The special effect guy seemed nice, actually. The head honcho is just sort of angsty, he doesn’t even have a compelling backstory.
-why is the only female bad guy dressed in underwear and thigh high boots while the men get full coverage?
-none of the torture was actual torture, in fact most of the time was spent waiting and walking. Looooots of walking. Watching someone being waterboarded is really boring. There’s no tension or suspense, never at any point did I suspect she might actually die.
-by making the main character mildly racist, you instantly made her unlikable. I didn’t really care what happened to her.
-stop splitting the focus to the bad guys and the Japanese interviewer. To create more tension, you should focus on the main characters, try to get the audience to feel like they’re the ones this is happening to.
-screenwriters and director, please watch “I Saw the Devil,” “a Serbian Film,” and read “High Life” by Matthew Stokoe before making any more torture/gore-based horror.
Should have been called CRINGEXIMITY.
The quality of the acting is decent, despite that.