Loosely based on the true events of a homeless loner who moves into a self-storage facility inhabited by a community of bizarre squatters until they are locked in for the night with a deranged female who hunts them down in search of her lost child. Written by
Now, as it may not look like much, it's far from the worst thing out there. Blood Shed actually kept me in front of the screen, waiting to see what happens next. The cover fooled me to be honest, cause whenever I see something like it, usually turns out to be a really bad low budged movie, mostly with zombies. So, this is the worst thing the film had to offer, the cover!
The characters were all nice, not too many, not too few, but just right. The main chick, is as hot as they get, not a botox filled blonde, but a nice redheaded rock duddette, who made the view so much more pleasant. The others fill in nice the plot, the character depth, the killings and suspense. It won't be too hard to figure it out, but somehow, it just manages to succeed as a horror. This is the kind of horror you wanna make on a low budget, if you plan on getting noticed and getting involved in future more complex projects.
It's good for a lazy afternoon, for a already too bored night, or to pass some innocent time. Got to tell you, went in with no expectations, managed to make an impression on me. Not top notch of course, but a good B horror!
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