FAKE BLOOD REVIEWED
“Fake Blood” is a found footage/semi-mockumentary movie about two directors confronting a bizarre fan. There’s an issue of violence that seems to require knowledge of previous work. It’s never quite provided. Anyways, the idea is that the central characters of the piece are filmmakers that go too far. I never got any of that from the film, so I was left just shrugging. This is another film that I revisited a few times between its release and now. If you’re expecting any hot new takes, well you’re going to be disappointed. This is a word-for-word copy of my notes.
- 1 hr and 21 mins
- Not Rated
- 775 Media Corp
RELEASE DATE: 2/9/18
The Plot Thus Far
Rob Grant and Mike Kovac receive a disturbing fan video inspired by their previous horror movie Mon Ami, motivating them to investigate the responsibility of filmmakers in portraying violence in movies. In their pursuit of the truth they are unwittingly introduced to the real world of violent criminals and their victims.
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