Bleeders is a very interesting B-Movie. It seems to be universally hated, but I found it to be a quite high-quality affair. The acting was all fine in my opinion, often bordering on dry parody. It's obvious that science took a back seat but with the overall dark humour I think that can be expected. After all this is a film where local hotel doubles as the local funeral home. The Bleeders themselves are hideously brilliant creations. I haven't been freaked out by cinematic monsters for quite some time, but Bleeders managed it. It was something in their design and movement, which was both unsettlingly real and also amateurish, like these freaks would be in the flesh. It avoided cheap scare tactics and also didn't shy away from some braver plot twists. I can see why people don't like it, but not why they think it's bad.