Subject: I have found a DVD that I think you would enjoy
Actors: Barry Bedwell, Ronnie Gene Blevins, Tuesday DeCarlo, Danny Guiragossian, Devin Hamilton
Director: Devin Hamilton
Genres: Drama, Horror, Science Fiction & Fantasy, Mystery & Suspense
Maddy (Debbie Rochon) goes to a party with her new boyfriend, Shawn (Danny Wolske), and is shocked when his friends ask her to join their "Murder Club." She's game, but just as she's ready to consent, the other members of ... more »
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Carl Cannella | Colchester, CT USA | 06/27/2003
(1 out of 5 stars)
"I rented this movie on impulse a few weeks ago, thinking that it sounded like a fun, if stupid, horror movie. Firstly, it wasn't scary. The rediculous premise and bad writing, directing, and acting made that impossible.
Aforementioned problems aside, I might mave been able to enjoy this movie had it been a bit higher budget. The low-low-low budget is so apparent it's distracting. Throughout the entire movie, the cast drinks out of red plastic cups. Even wine!
The only plus (And that's stretching it) was how comfortable the cast clearly was with each other. Every actor in the film shed their clothes at least once, and they didn't seem in the least bit nervous. The (surprisingly) graphic sex scene should have earned the film an NC-17 rating, especially in the extended version seen in the deleted scenes section on the DVD.
All in all, do not rent (or even think about buying) this movie. If you want a good horror movie, check out the far superior "Scream" and "Nightmare on Elm Street.""
They don't get much worse than this
mrliteral | 11/03/2003
(1 out of 5 stars)
"Bleed is the sort of movie that doesn't even merit the time to type a review. As a public service, however, I will do what I can to deter people from possibly renting this piece of garbage.The plot is strictly formula slasher flick. The killer walks around with a mask (gosh, how original) and methodically kills people. The whole movie looks like it was made by a couple of amateurs who were given a video camera and decided to recruit their friends. I suppose you could watch this with your own friends and have fun arguments as to whether it was the acting, direction or writing that was the worst; a good case could be made for all three.I suppose if you like seeing topless women, you might find some virtue in this movie, but you're better off renting a porn flick which will probably even have better production values. I've given one-star reviews before, but most of those movies are virtual Citizen Kanes compared to this one. Actually, this movie aspires to reach the one-star level.Actually this DVD does have a little worth. If you actually were compelled to buy it (maybe you were related to a cast member), you do have a shiny new coaster for your drinks."
Hit & Miss Horror
Gary Young | Tucson, AZ USA | 03/18/2004
(3 out of 5 stars)
""Bleed" has an intriguing premise. A guy tells his new girlfriend about "The Murder Club", of which he and his friends are members. To become a member you have to kill somebody first. Strangely, the girlfriend doesn't appear to be too disturbed by this news and she soon becomes a member by kiling an obnoxious woman in a parking garage.
Predictibly, a masked killer starts bumping off the members of the club one by one. Who could it be?
"Bleed" is far from a perfect movie. There are lots of loose ends that are never tied up by the film's somewhat abrupt conclusion.
However, if you're tired of run of the mill slasher pics(and there are too many to list), you may want to give "Bleed" a chance. It could have been a lot better, but there's much worse out there... believe me I've seen 'em!"
Murder and Insanity
Joshua Koppel | Chicago, IL United States | 02/17/2004
(2 out of 5 stars)
"A masked killer is doing people in. A crazy woman starts a new job. The Murder Club. These are the elements of a twisted tale of insanity and murder that tries hard but makes little sense.The movie starts with a pair of gruesome killings (including a topless Julie Strain). We then meet the main character who definitely has a screw loose or two. When she is invited to an uninhibited party, she is told of The Murder Club. Details are given of how each person managed to murder someone. For some reason she is not very bothered by the concept (reasons for this are shown in a flashback with Brinke Stevens).Who is the killer and what is their motive becomes the main issue after the next killing. The killings then come fast and furious until the final revelation.Unfortunately we don't find out the reason for the first two murders at the film's opening as they seem to be outside the scope of the motive. We also don't get an explanation for the dreams/flashbacks. Are they a red herring, meant to have been explained, a big mistake, etc.?I am sure some people with actually enjoy the movie for its violence, nudity and sex but I can't imagine there will be many."