A stagecoach of travelers, a gunslinger and two outlaws arrive in a deserted mining town lit by the glow of a reddish full moon. As their worlds collide, they are hunted by a beast that only appears on the night of a blood moon.
Barrington De La Roche
Interwoven stories that take place on Christmas Eve, as told by one festive radio host: A family brings home more than a Christmas tree, a student documentary becomes a living nightmare, a Christmas spirit terrorizes, Santa slays evil.
Based on the acclaimed play by Nicholas Kazan and directed by Kenneth Kokin (producer/second unit director: The Usual Suspects and The Way of the Gun), is a story that takes place in two ... See full summary »
People are getting murdered down under via a barbed wire noose and then their eyes are gouged out. There are a variety of suspects at a nearby girls boarding school including students, teachers, and a nun. We also follow a rivalry between the local surfer townies and a group of preppy guys from a local all-boys school. Written by
Bloodmoon is one god awful horror flick, dreadful, and is just another reason, most horror films in the good ole land of Oz, suck. It reminds me heavily of two other horror films, Splatter University and Fatal Pulse. This film I sadly say, almost doesn't have one. The whole film is dreadful. Yes some beautiful co eds, real lovelies, are being disposed of by a sick knife slashing maniac, duhh.... you think it's one of the faculty? Even the killer's ties to sexy headmistress, Christine Amor who you could say, overacts a storm, had me in disbelief. Watching her go off at him when learning her husband's murderous habits, had returned, was painful. Oh, yeah the Bloodmoon challenge, a sort of suspended intermission, if trying to suspense it up, and failing a hundred percent, just holding the movie up. What was that about? I did like the boy and the girl, from different scholastic backgrounds, where the boy and his mates were having run ins with the other scholastic pricks from wealthier backgrounds. Honestly suspense failed me as everything else did in this bomb. I would say the whole thing in another context was a limited and in parts, unbelievable affair, mostly concerning our strange couple. Some moments of the movie were repulsively awful. The film somehow felt short sheeted as what went to film from script, where may'be there was a bit too much editing. Honestly, Bloodmoon, something that showed enthusiastic promise, sadly results in a unimpressive project on all fronts, that took a nose dive fast. Released in cinemas with a M rating, where an R 18+ went to video.
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