We've made no secret of our love for British anthology series Bloody Cuts. The team is assembling 13 short films to put together into one large project. And all the films have been outstanding. However, with Don't Move the Bloody Cuts team has outdone themselves.
The British horror anthology Bloody Cuts has wowed us with the first six short films of the project, which have been released over the past two years. This week they unveiled the seventh chapter of their nightmarish collection: Death Scenes. See it right here, right now.
Over the weekend news broke that the good folks over at the UK's Bloody Cuts would be venturing into feature film land with a project named Scarecrows. While that is great news, it didn't sound right to us so we did a little digging...
Without a doubt the Bloody Cuts production team is knocking it out of the park with every film they make. Bloody Cuts is a British anthology project that will eventually contain 13 films. The first five were great, and they've now released Part Six, Dead Man's Lake.
The British anthology film project Bloody Cuts has recently launched the fifth installment of the series entitled…"SuckaBlood." Devilishly creepy, this little nightmare is another quality offering from a team that seems like they can't miss.
From across the pond, the British horror troupe Bloody Cuts is about to rise up again to bring us another horrific short. This will be the fifth installment of the 13 planned offerings of the Bloody Cuts anthology.
The Bloody Cuts anthology filmmakers are quickly becoming experts in misdirection, showing you one thing before blowing you out of the water with something else. It's a classic magician's trick, and they have created magic once again with their newest entry, Mother Died.
Those crazy Brits behind the Bloody Cuts horror anthology are at it again! They've given us fair warning this time as we've just received an announcement that March 18 will see the release of their newest short film, Mother Died. Mother Died? Really? Is nothing sacred around here?
The crazy Brits on the Bloody Cuts film team are at it again. They have just announced that their newest short film, the fourth of 13 planned segments, will be filmed in February and released in March. We've got a short teaser trailer to give you a taste of... Mother Died.
I love the Bloody Cuts films. Since Uncle Creepy gave me the assignment to cover their first film, Lock Up, earlier this year, I've totally fallen for the team's sleek, tight, effective filmmaking. So when I heard the Bloody Cuts team had a new offering for us, I was fawning like a teenage girl over a new issue of Tiger Beat magazine with Justin Bieber on the cover... I'm smitten.
Bloody Cuts is an anthology of 13 low/no budget short horror films that are being released periodically on the internet for us all to feast our hungry peepers on. The team wowed us with their initial offering, Lock Up, and have now followed that up with an even more impressive bit of nastiness entitled Stitches
Haven't we all sat through a horror movie from time to time and thought, "There were some really good parts in that movie, but just too much extra nonsense slowing it down." With this in mind, our friends on the Bloody Cuts team are doing their part to combat cinematic fluff.