Belgium's vampire community invites a documentary crew to film one of their families: husband, wife, and two teen children - Georges, Bertha, Sampson, and Grace. The teens have problems: ... See full summary »
Vera Van Dooren,
Imagine experiencing a wickedly intense itching over the entirety of your body, the likes of which never yielded remorse. Psoro is a mysterious hellish sickness, created by an 18th century ... See full summary »
Stina a single mother has fallen on hard times. When she has hit rock bottom she is offered a job on a reality horror show, with the promise of a million dollars to the winner. The group of... See full summary »
Fern Petersen, a driven high school senior, has her life turned upside down when her overly affectionate boyfriend, Robert Klingher, dies in an embarrassing accident. When Robert returns ... See full summary »
After his girlfriend vanishes without a trace on a camping trip, he quickly goes from witness to suspect. Now, a year later, she returns to the very spot from which she was taken, but not like she was before.
Robert Benavides Jr.,
Bloodless is basically one of those horror movies that has a good premise but crap execution. The location is smart with a chilling and isolated castle. It's got the usual premise of a group of young strangers forced to fight amongst themselves or work together to stay alive. This could have been made into something interesting but it wasn't.
It has all the usual crap you see in British horror: boring, underdeveloped characters; lame villains; stupid choices; mediocre at best production values; and at the end you'll say, "What kinda crap was that?"
Not worth watching, even if you just want something to help you fall asleep to. This would be a good movie to fall asleep to if it wasn't for occasional screeching from the actresses.
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