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Bleeding Rose (2007)

Not Rated | | Horror, Thriller | Video 15 May 2007
A conflicted young woman haunted by a dark past is caught in the middle of a love triangle, and stalked by a demonic serial killer who only targets people she loves. To make matters worse, ... See full summary »


(as Kareem A. Bland)


(as Kareem A. Bland)

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Credited cast:
Sakeena Nicole ...
Archie Ekong ...
Nicholas Vitulli ...
Duane Littles ...
Lena Diechle ...
Detective Julia Burns
Elizabeth Ruelas ...
Vincent Maggio ...
Detective Mark Perry
Tye Rainford ...
Ebony's Father
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Kelley Barnes ...
Young Girl #2
Kelley Burnes ...
Young Girl #2
Nicole Alyssa Creary ...
Shanice Futrell ...
Young Girl #1
Tyne Newman ...
(singing voice)
Latesha Sylman ...


A conflicted young woman haunted by a dark past is caught in the middle of a love triangle, and stalked by a demonic serial killer who only targets people she loves. To make matters worse, the suspects are her friends and she can trust no one. As the mystery unravels in her world of love, obsession and murder, ebony discovers that in order to stop the nightmare she will have to confront her past, and face the demons that torment her, or risk losing her own soul. In the end every broken heart is nothing but a Bleeding Rose.. Written by K.ALLA.FILMS / YORK Entertainment

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An Excellent Overly ambitious Indie movie!
28 August 2007 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

First there was Spike Lee's independent drama "She's Gotta Have It". Then came Robert Rodriguez's indie action flick "El Mariachi". Now we have Kareem Bland's ambitious indie slasher/drama "Bleeding Rose".

First let me say that this is a very very unique and interesting movie. It's a suspense/thriller/mystery with elements of horror mixed in. There are a lot of dramatic elements within the film and moments that will make you jump. The ending is a real shocker. Loved it. This movie feels like a very good entertaining IFC Channel movie.

Now this movie may not be for everyone. This is a very low budget movie. Or dare I say it...'no budget'. As I watched the DVD's 'behind-the-scenes' footage it looked like the director didn't have much of a crew. There was no gaffer trucks or grip crews. It looked like a director and some friends playing around with a camera! Yet, that's what makes this movie so impressive...because it's really GOOD! It reminds me of Roderiquez and how he made his first feature 'El Mariachi' with no crew. Is Bland the next Roderiquez? I wouldn't say that, but he did a damn good job. Very very impressive.

Of course there are 'technical' flaws. Most low budget movies have them. Yet unlike most, 'Bleeding Rose' tales an excellent 'slightly controversial' original story. Plus the technical flaws kinda give it an edgy style. This movie took me by surprise.

The music is great too. It's nothing like you would expect from a straight to video movie. The scores were engaging, giving the movie that extra chill.

Would I recommend this? Yes! If only to see what can be done with so little. This is a movie for indie filmmakers first, and lovers of the 'artsy, ambitiously creative little budget movies' second.

Maybe I'm giving this guy more credit than he deserves, but I really enjoyed it. Check it out for yourself.

'10 stars' for having the balls to make this entertainingly good film with little money and by any means necessary. Well done!

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