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BLEED REVIEWED “Bleed” is almost killed by its ambiguity. While horror tales involving pregnant women are older than dirt, “Bleed” gets the appeal of why it works. Subversion of expectations creates a terrifying figure in the possessed or corrupted mother figure. When you get past the ghost hunting and terrible tragedies, it turns into a standard horror flick. I enjoyed so much of the setup, but your mileage will vary by your enjoyment of base...
February 2, 20171 min

BLEED REVIEWED

“Bleed” is almost killed by its ambiguity. While horror tales involving pregnant women are older than dirt, “Bleed” gets the appeal of why it works. Subversion of expectations creates a terrifying figure in the possessed or corrupted mother figure. When you get past the ghost hunting and terrible tragedies, it turns into a standard horror flick. I enjoyed so much of the setup, but your mileage will vary by your enjoyment of base scares. For those viewers that can swing it, you’ve got a stunning treat during the colder months.

SPECIAL FEATURES

  • Nothing

A/V STATS

  • 1.78:1 standard definition transfer
  • Dolby Digital 5.1

RELEASE DATE: 1/17/17

  • 85%
    Video - 85%
  • 85%
    Audio - 85%
  • 0%
    Supplemental Material - 0%
  • 85%
    Film Score - 85%
64%

The Plot Thus Far

It seemed perfect – a new marriage, a new house, and a child on the way. But when Sarah and Matt invite their friends to celebrate, an innocent ghost hunt turns deadly as they explore the remains of a burned-out prison. The ill-fated group encounters horrors of this world and beyond. No one is safe – not even the unborn.

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