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The Bleeding House -- A stranger with mysterious intentions comes to stay the night at a secluded country home, but what he finds inside is a family torn apart by a violent past and a secret more deadly than he expected.

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Philip Gelatt (screenplay)
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20 April 2011 (USA) See more »
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A stranger with mysterious intentions comes to stay the night at a secluded country home, but what he finds inside is a family torn apart by a violent past and a secret more deadly than he expected. | Add synopsis »
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Cast

 

Directed by
Philip Gelatt 
 
Writing credits
(in alphabetical order)
Philip Gelatt  screenplay

Produced by
Peter Askin .... executive producer
Will Battersby .... producer
Per Melita .... producer
Tory Tunnell .... producer
 
Original Music by
Hildur Guðnadóttir 
 
Cinematography by
Frederic Fasano 
 
Production Design by
Jaime Phelps 
 
Art Direction by
Alessandro Ciari 
A.V. Perkins 
 
Set Decoration by
A.V. Perkins 
 
Costume Design by
Natasha Noor  (as Natasha Noorvash)
 
Makeup Department
Laura Menear .... additional make up artist
Jeremy Selenfriend .... makeup fx department head
Amy Wadford .... makeup department head
 
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Joseph Ciccarella .... first assistant director
Colleen Goodhue .... second assistant director
 
Art Department
Ryan Beasecker .... leadman
Emma de Clerq .... art production assistant
David C. Huet .... lead on-set dresser
Erica Leoncavallo .... set dresser
Rodrigo Meireles .... first assistant props
Ashley Panzera .... set dresser
Jaime Phelps .... property master
 
Sound Department
Gillian Arthur .... sound mixer
Chris Davis .... sound editor
Jeff Frumess .... sound editor intern
James Hicken .... sound editor
Justin Kozonis .... adr recordist
Perry Levy .... sound recordist
Christopher Low .... additional sound recordist
Brennan McVicar .... boom operator
Tom Paul .... sound re-recording mixer
Steven Tollen .... sound executive producer
Kevin Peters .... assistant sound editor (uncredited)
 
Special Effects by
Emmy Feyeux .... special effects assistant
Lacey LaBarbera .... special effects assistant
Dave Meditz .... props assistant
Jeremy Selenfriend .... special effects foreman
 
Visual Effects by
Alex Craig .... visual effects
 
Stunts
Declan Mulvey .... stunt coordinator
 
Camera and Electrical Department
Ryan Beasecker .... key grip
Che Broadnax .... first assistant camera
Nicola Guarneri .... gaffer
Nolan Maloney .... second assistant camera
Lauretta Prevost .... camera operator
Timothy Trotman .... additional first assistant camera: additional photography
 
Costume and Wardrobe Department
Ghislaine Sabiti .... assistant costume designer
 
Editorial Department
Tom Bayne .... additional editor
Chris Kenny .... colorist
Chris Kenny .... on-line editor
Pierce Varous .... digital intermediate producer
 
Music Department
Sarah Bridge .... co-music supervisor
Susan Stone .... music supervisor
 
Other crew
Jordan Beckerman .... production legal services
Big Joe Dwyer .... security
Ernesto Lomeli .... additional photographic services
Evan Pohl .... head of development: Reno Productions
James Thayer .... title designer: title sequence
Andrea Ulrich .... script supervisor
Irina Varina .... production assistant
Steve Waite .... creative director: title sequence
 
Thanks
Stelio Kitrilakis .... special thanks
 

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Marilyn:So Nick tell us, what do you do?
Nick:I cut people up... but it's OK I'm a surgeon.
Gloria:What's it like?
Marilyn:Gloria, why don't you excuse yourself?
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10 out of 12 people found the following review useful.
The Banality of The movie is it's Strength, 15 November 2011
Author: zaknaud from United States

It amazes me that a good deal of the horror watching public passed this movie over or looked at the characters as hollow or awkward. That is what this movie was all about, strained relationships, pulled emotions, and people behaving like they do in a normal family. Their relationships are petty, full of kind of masked grief, and longing each of the characters looking for a way out of themselves and out of where they are. The visitor they invite into their home, although he turns out to be their downfall, is exactly what they are looking for, someone to just talk to. Each of the members of the house in turn try to talk with this newcomer, and each time a little more of the story unfolds. It is a beautifully shot movie as well, wide panning shots around the small family table, the hallway up the stairs being narrow and tall. Even the doorways and the rooms only slightly decorated, as though they were planning to leave at a moments notice, or had only been there for a few months. This claustrophobia builds as the movie progresses, and becomes ever more intimate until the end. That building sense of dread is the hardest thing to capture in a horror movie, and this one does beautifully. We as viewers know what is coming, we know the outsider is either in for a shock or going to cause one, but it is the anticipation of such an event that drives us to keep watching. I loved watching this movie with its subtlety and poise, keeping you on the edge with the back story being slowly revealed and the veil lifted a little bit minuet by minuet.

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