The Bleeding House (2011)
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as Gloria Smith
as Marilyn Smith
as Matt Smith
as Quentin Smith
as Officer Schmidt
as Officer Bayne
as Jonathan Bell
as Mr. Bell
as Mrs. Bell
Critic Reviews for The Bleeding House
When close-knit characters talk in awkwardly roundabout ways because the filmmaker wants to stave off the release of key information as long as possible, you know you're in trouble.
A good-hearted try at a bloody slasher flick falls short of a full pint.
more an intellectual exercise in absurdist horror than a goody-goody, balls-to-the-wall horror film. Advice to Gelatt: trust darkest instincts next time, and finish us off.
Audience Reviews for The Bleeding House
Scenario - you live in a house, by design, in the middle of nowhere. Some stranger comes to your door carrying a medical bag saying that his car broke down as he was "driving by" and that he cuts up people for a living. Of course, the family invites him to stay until morning and pays the price. There is nothing good here except for the smashing (and very young) Alexandra Chandro.
The Smith family have a dark past and live pretty much in the middle of nowhere. One night a seemingly wise gentleman from the South(of the USA innit!) says he got lost driving around and request's a room for the night. The smiths reluctantly agree but soon regret that. But what the Smiths visitor didn't expect was the daughter of the family being more of a nutcase than him! The Bleeding House does have some good tension throughout and decent performances to and is something a bit different from your usual horror fare. It kind of works as a low budget You're Next so if you loved that film as much as I did then The Bleeding House is worth checking out!
Wants to be a cross between the fine TV show "American Horror Story" and the Robert Mitchum classic "Night of the Hunter," "The Bleeding House" fails miserably. But, Patrick Breen's portrayal as a sinister southern surgeon is worthy of comparison with Robert Mitchum's legendary villain. Too bad, this movie's script and other performances lacks in clarity and substance. And, aren't we all tired of movies and TV shows that have cops show up at a crime scene and fail to call for back-up. This movie has that annoying flaw and several others. I would like to credit Hildur GuÃ°nadÃ³ttir's music. It and Breen's performance are worthy of a better movie
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