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
My Whole Life EMG
Composed by Mark Baker, James Dillon, Christopher Luca, and David Comer
Performed by KillSet
Published by Rexford Drive Music (ASCAP) and Learning Years Music (ASCAP)
Courtesy of Experience Music Group See more »
Awful Is not Enough to Rate This Movie
"Blood Shed" is a low-budget movie with a story inside a self-storage facility that does not make any sense. The lead character is Gabriel, an epileptic young man that uses drugs for seizure and is living in his car. His stepbrother sends the key of a container in a self-storage facility in Los Angeles and tells that he might find the truth about his biological parents inside the container. Gabriel, who is dirty, unattractive, rude, homeless and penniless, meets the janitress Samira in the facility and she falls in love with him (love is beautiful, isn't it?). Meanwhile there is a deranged ghost hunting down the homeless people that spend the night in the storage. This is the first time that I see a crazy ghost. The plot point is that the ghost is Jezebel, who is Gabriel's mother. In the end, awful is not enough to rate this movie. My vote is two.
Title (Brazil): "A Chave do inferno" ("The Key from Hell")
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