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The Death Factory Bloodletting (2008)

Not Rated | | Horror | Video 6 May 2008
"Death Factory: Bloodletting" ('Saw' meets 'Hostel') is a horror film about a group of online deviants who are invited to an abandoned factory to witness a "bloodletting", an event ... See full summary »

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Credited cast:
Claudia Vargas ... Ana
Noah Todd ... Denny
... White Manson
Kareem McRoy ... Black Johnson
Joth Andrews ... Hansel
Nadine ... Gretel
Shareese Hegna ... The Object
Michelle Mousel ... Alexa
Timmy Ponticelli ... Sid
Danny Marianino ... Transient
Jeff Tretta ... Squatter
Travis Alan McAfee ... Running Homeless Man (as Travis McAfee)
M.G. Huff ... Squatter
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Josh Bingenheimer ... Cockmaster
Jeanna Coker ... Baby
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"Death Factory: Bloodletting" ('Saw' meets 'Hostel') is a horror film about a group of online deviants who are invited to an abandoned factory to witness a "bloodletting", an event displaying the torture and murder of an innocent person. Once inside, they soon realize that they have been lured into a trap by a self-righteous madman who uses the factory and its bloodthirsty inhabitant as his own personal version of Hell. Written by Sean Tretta

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$720, 22 May 2009, Limited Release

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$4,638, 24 May 2009
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Better than a B movie and different
17 April 2012 | by See all my reviews

Other reviews make out this is a very poor movie. It is actually not bad at all, especially for late night viewing. From the outset people are trapped in a confined place with something bad living there. The acting is OK and the setting did not need a billion dollars spent on it to get the ambiance right. The only downside is the gore moments are not clearly seen which saves on special effects costs i guess (just use your imagination instead). The best thing about the movie is you never really know whats going to happen next which is a refreshing change from many films today. Kind of like watching the original zombie movies way back in time where you had no way of knowing what the weird thing is capable of next. There are some twists along the way too.


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