It seemed perfect - a new house, a new marriage, a child soon to be born. But when Sarah and Matt invite their friends to celebrate, the situation turns deadly as they enter a burned-out prison on a ghost hunt.
It seemed perfect - a new marriage, a new house, and a child on the way. But when Sarah and Matt invite their friends to celebrate, an innocent ghost hunt turns deadly as they explore the remains of a burned-out prison. The ill-fated group encounters horrors of this world and beyond. No one is safe - not even the unborn.Written by
Michael Steger, Lyndon Smith, and Riley Smith were all in 90210 (2008) See more »
I want the hour and twenty-minutes I wasted on this back, please.
"Bleed" is the sort of film you might find in a cheap, paper case tucked way in the "Discount" section of a dollar store, and even then I would't say it'd be worth the price. Any basic description I've seen for this film makes it sound like a typical, low-budget "hunting ghosts in haunted building' film, which is most certainly isn't. This film attempts to take that idea and recreate it using a forced, confusing story line that leaves it's viewer bored and hungry for something better.
The film starts with a typical horror movie trope, as most do. The "Couple moving to new place to start a new life" is a story you may have heard before. From there on it then drags you into a story that is seemingly unique but that feels poorly written and rushed. What was, I assume, meant to be something new and unique in a genre filled with familiar ideas turned into a steaming, messy pile of poor acting, forced story, and endless disappointment.
All in all I'm surprised anybody actually looked at this, said it was good for release, and then actually released it to the unsuspecting public. It's cruel, really.
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