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The Blood Shed (2007)

Not Rated | | Horror | 30 October 2007 (USA)
A sweet little tale about your average inbred, hillbilly, cannibal family residing in the northern part of New Jersey and how they deal with the day-to-day annoyances of encroaching suburbia.

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Victoria Bensen ...
Jennifer Kiggins
Tom Burns ...
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Zoe Daelman Chlanda ...
Ms. Faith
Sasha Friedenberg ...
Andy Shiffner
Michael Gingold ...
Carl Dewey
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Terry Kehoe
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Beefteena Bullion
Mike Lane ...
Hubcap Bullion
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Margie Romaine
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Sheriff Brogan
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Butternut Bullion
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A sweet little tale about your average inbred, hillbilly, cannibal family residing in the northern part of New Jersey and how they deal with the day-to-day annoyances of encroaching suburbia.

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All the clothes Susan Adriensen wears in this film came out of her own wardrobe. See more »

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Papa Elvis Bullion: You cannot run with the big dogs if you piss like a little puppy, boy!
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Features Cad and Caddy (1947) See more »

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Perhaps the weirdest film I have ever seen, and one of the funniest!
23 March 2009 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

I met the director of this film Alan Rowe Kelly at a convention recently. When I approached the booth I saw images being projected on a screen that were absolutely mind-boggling! Alan Rowe Kelly noticed my surprise and said to me "You can't take your eyes off it, can you?" The film being shown was "The Blood Shed" and the scene was a weird scene involving close-ups of people eating! Alan Rowe Kelly began to tell me about how the scene was made, how he had to gain 50 pounds to play the role of the grotesquely obese "Beeftina Boulion", and how a scene involving Beeftina guzzling broth was filmed using actual chicken broth (apparently it was supposed to be substituted with Iced Tea but someone on the set failed to make the switch). Being a fan of the unusual, bizarre, gory and things that generally shock most audiences, I of course purchased a copy of the film immediately. As I walked away from the booth, Alan Rowe Kelly told me "Now remember, this is a film you need to watch after a few cocktails...or maybe after you smoke a little something!". I knew I had found a director and a film after my own heart. This film is a weird and unusual ride. There are plenty of scenes that are obvious tributes to the works of Tobe Hooper and John Waters and any horror fan will appreciate the tributes in the film to horror classics like "Happy Birthday To Me" "The Texas Chainsaw Massacre" and "American Gothic". No taboo or exploitable subject matter is left untouched in "The Blood Shed". Things from bodily dismemberment, cannibalism, incest, homosexuality, and torture are graphically depicted in this film. True it is obviously made on a shoe-string budget but it's definitely worth viewing!


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