The story centers around Robert, with the help of Lawrence and Natalie, as he struggles to find out who has murdered his wife and child. Along the way, he must try to navigate through a web... See full summary »
In October 2005, five young people were kidnapped in the Highlands of Scotland. Stripped and abandoned in the the wilderness, they were forced into a deadly game where the hunters became the hunted. Their ordeal was filmed by an extreme animal rights group as a warning to others: if you hunt... you're fair game. Combining dramatic reconstruction and compelling interviews with the survivors, BLOODED finally tells the full story behind one of the most extreme internet virals of modern times.Written by
Extremism, anywhere in the world, it's all about shouting louder than everyone else until you get to the point where everyone's shouting so loudly on all sides of the debate that the issue, what they're shouting about, is no longer as important as the fact that they're shouting and that's when the focus is lost and that's where people get hurt.
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The title of the film initially peeked my interest. I figured it was going to be a horror flick. The whole documentary idea was very distracting. Right when you thought the movie was getting a little dramatic, there's the documentary voice over. I mean, what is the deal with that? 30 minutes into the movie, I was bored out of my mind and could not focus and I rarely feel this way with movies. Even some of the bad ones. I was forced to fast forward it little by little until the whole movie was over. Than I'm like, "That's it?" It was beyond a "D" movie. Low budget to the max with highly untrained actors. Not worth the money folks. There were never a climatic part to the movie and the documentary approach made the movie far worse than what it already is. I recommend you watch this movie while you are asleep at night.
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