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Bloodshed (2005)

In a small town, the bully Luke and the troublemaker son of the sheriff Rodney are very aggressive with the outcast Frank and his moron brother Donnie while dating the waitresses Katie and ... See full summary »

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Jim McMahon
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Complete credited cast:
Íce Mrozek ... Frankie (as Edward Ice Mrozek)
Shana Lee Klisanin Shana Lee Klisanin ... Beth (as Shana Klisanin)
Christopher Childs Christopher Childs ... Donnie
Shannon Laine ... Katie (as Elisabeth Laine)
Mark Saffold Mark Saffold ... Rodney Greene
Ryan Parks Ryan Parks ... Luke
Jennifer Ingrum ... Kristen
Bill Sebastian ... Rick
Paul West Paul West ... Sheriff Greene
Jim Harris Jim Harris ... Cafe Customer
Cindy Clark ... Mary
Zach Brooks ... Gus
Pete Brown ... Stockbroker
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In a small town, the bully Luke and the troublemaker son of the sheriff Rodney are very aggressive with the outcast Frank and his moron brother Donnie while dating the waitresses Katie and Beth, but Sheriff Greene resolves the situation. On the next day, Luke, Katie and Rodney are having a threesome in Luke's car and Donnie watches them; Luke and Rodney leave the car and beat up on him. However Frank arrives and defends his brother, defeating the two guys. They drive away, but leave Katie that had run to the woods. Later Sheriff Greene arrives in the cottage of Frank asking for Katie; but Frank glances at his brother arriving in the house with Katie's body covered of blood. Frank does not allow the sheriff to enter in his house and later Donnie explains that Katie dropped on the woods and died. When Beth calls Katie in her cell phone, Donnie answers the call and Frank decides to kidnap the girl. Then Luke and Rodney decide to investigate Frank's house and they are murdered by Frank in... Written by Claudio Carvalho, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil

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A Serial Killer is Born

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Horror | Thriller

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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

22 November 2005 (USA) See more »

Also Known As:

Makeleio See more »

Filming Locations:

Glendale, California, USA See more »

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Color

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1.85 : 1
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You too can make a movie
13 July 2008 | by mrushSee all my reviews

I'm not sure why movies like this keep popping up---low budget pieces of crap shot with one shaky camera.Independent films are one thing but just because you've got a camcorder doesn't mean you need to make the movie you've always dreamed about.

Two backwoods brothers living in a secluded run down old farm house just want to be left alone but some town smart alecks just can't leave well enough alone.After one of the brothers chases the town slut through the woods and she falls and implausibly kills herself on a stick their isolated life quickly spirals out of control.

The script is terrible ,the acting is cardboard and the special effects are neither special nor effective.This movie reminds me of looking at someone else's vacation pictures....it may have been fun for those involved but it is sheer torture for anyone else to have to see.

There is nothing much else to say about this mess except it is another homemade piece of drivel ,made by people with no talent for movie-making, that today's technology has made all too easy to churn out.Sometimes bringing too much technology to the masses can be a bad thing,as the recent explosion in the ability to produce home made horror films should attest.Get a camera ,some fake blood,a couple of chicks willing to show their milk bags,maybe an axe or two and an old rundown house and you too can make your very own horror movie.

Then after you make your movie keep it at home where you can proudly show it to family and friends and any one else who unwittingly wanders by but never, ever,under any circumstance ,put it out on DVD for commercial release.

Like scrap booking and knitting,the results of your homemade movie making should be solely for your own personal enjoyment.


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