Bloody Cuts Anthology Returns with Fifth Segment... SuckaBlood
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.
Beginning with "Lock Up" last year, the group of filmmakers behind the Bloody Cuts anthology have continued to improve with each consecutive short…and "Lock Up" was pretty damn impressive in its own right. The stories have gotten more in-depth, and the productions have become bigger each time. The fact that they post each new installment of the anthology on their website for free makes it that much more impressive.
Each segment of Bloody Cuts has been quite different than all the others, and "SuckaBlood" follows that trend. With a gloomy Gothic feel and a narrator reciting a poem telling the tale, "SuckaBlood" is one of the things that goes bump in the night.
A tale of young Tilly, afraid to suck her thumb.
In her dark, Gothic house what horrors may come?
Please snuff out your candles and silence your kin.
SuckaBlood is here, the suspense truly begins!
Bloody Cuts are proud to present the fifth episode in our horror anthology: "SuckaBlood" directed by Ben Tillett and Jake Cuddihy, winners of the 2011 Sci-Fi-London 48-hour Film Challenge for their short The Intention of Miles.
Sponsors Millennium FX provides the masterful prosthetics and special make-up in this twisted fairytale filmed in an evocative English stately home. "SuckaBlood" is the fifth episode in our anthology of short horror films created by a team of young British film-makers.
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