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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.
Premiering with Lock Up, the first of the Bloody Cuts series, the team will release a collection of two- to three-minute short films.
And after watching Lock Up, I can say that if the other titles in the series are as entertaining as this opening salvo, horror fans have something to look forward to. Lock Up takes a very basic horror premise, something we can all relate to, cuts away all the fat, and presents viewers with a very concise horror short. It’s a polished looking piece of filmmaking you’re sure to enjoy, and according to Ben Franklin of the Bloody Cuts team, it was all created for less than the cost of three pizzas. Either these guys are getting incredibly ripped off wherever they buy pizzas, or they know how to put out a slick looking short film on a miniscule budget.
From the Press Release
The first of 13 Bloody Cuts makes its entry wound with the release of Lock Up – the debut from an anthology of chilling shorts spilt from the vein of horror fanaticism.
When you’re leaving late from work, like you’ve done many times before, spare a thought for the complacency of your safety and stay out of the dark – evil lives there. Lock Up is a chilling tale of fear and suspense and a potent reminder that something of nightmares could be lurking in the shadows around any corner.
The Bloody Cuts films will be released online and run until their terrifying cycle is complete.
Whilst our filmmaking ideology is grassroots horror on a low budget, the Bloody Cuts team are looking for accomplices in the form of funders, sponsors or supporters. If you fancy associating your product, project or website with the Bloody Cuts anthology, then get in contact with us today to discuss ideas and opportunities; just send an here.
Each film will run at two to three minutes long and will be drenched in the tropes of classic horror, so if you’re a true horror fan, this will be right down your Elm Street. Frights. Cameras. Action. Watch this space as the dread unfolds.
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