If you happen to be in Texas this weekend why not pop on by to Frightmare, one for the US’s most prestigious horror festivals.
Amongst a boiling cauldron of events, screenings and panels, you’ll find none other than Bloody Cuts’ own “Don’t Move” playing in the “Popcorn Horror” short film programme.
I’d like to offer many thanks to Popcorn Horror for affording us the opportunity to take part in the Blood Games competition, and bow down in evil ceremony to Frightmare for showing episode 8 of the Bloody Cuts series.
If you cant make it… then watch “Don’t Move” right here.
Bloody Cuts’ newest film “Don’t Move” has been entered in the Popcorn Horror Blood Games competition, for a chance to win some cash that we’ll put into a new episode and free admission (for Don’t Move) into the prestigious Texas Frightmare festival line-up.
Here’s the link or click on the image below… All you have to do is simply click on the like button below the film. (Bottom Middle)
In the run up to the online release of Don’t Move: the 8th chilling episode of the Bloody Cuts Anthology, we thought we’d tantalise you with an insight into the making of Episode 7: Death Scenes.
Shot and cut by Al Hutchison, “Behind Death Scenes” gives you an exclusive sneak peak behind the Bloody Cuts curtain and slices open the brains of Joel Morgan and the crew of Death Scenes to see what dark secrets squirt out.
Be very afraid…
Last night Ben and I met up with the always affable Samantha and Chris from Carey Dodd Associates for a polite drinky drink to discuss the future of Bloody Cuts in the ironically named watering hole called ‘Temperance’.
As always, our commitment to pre-release secrecy forbids me from giving you any details pertaining to future episodes and productions in terms of story, plot, plans of world domination etc… no wait… eh hem…
Anyways… What I can tell you with much excitement is that the aforementioned future of Bloody Cuts will most definitely include Carey Dodd Associates, a fantastic London-based casting agency.
Most graciously Sam and Chris have offered the full support of their agency to Bloody Cuts and have pledged to assist in the casting of future episodes as well as lending us their immense knowledge and experience to assist the project and our continuing endeavor to bring you high quality short slices of terror.
As with each and everyone of our affiliates we are eternally indebted to their generosity and all round awesomeness.
Carey Dodd Associates were responsible for presenting us with three of the 7 excellent actors that you’ll see (and hear) in next Bloody Cuts episode: “Don’t Move”. Watch out for some truly astounding performances from Kate Braithwaite, Beth Cooper and Ian Whyte, very, very soon.
“With over 50 years of industry experience between them, agents Chris Carey and Samantha Dodd founded Carey Dodd Associates in 2012 with a clear and broad vision of developing and promoting the best acting talent across all mainstream film, television and theatre.
With our focus primarily on strong acting ability and experience, many of our clients also have additional skills that lend themselves to the accelerating changes in FX technology, as well as ever increasing audience expectations, and a drive across the industry to continue to push the boundaries further.”
To check out more talented actors on the Carey Dodd books and find out more about Sam and Chris’ unique vision then pop on by to their new and sparkling website.
Here’s to the future, may it be bloody… in the best way possible…
Christabel Franklin and Charlotte Barrett worked tirelessly throughout Don’t Move making our “Horrible” look “Beautiful” with their immense make up and costume skills.
A special thank you to these two chaps who battled on through the shoot despite both illness and injury. Ben Tillett and Rob Jowers made in through with gusto and bravery not allowing their ailments to get in the way of there professionalism. Thanks Boys.
Make your Christmas a bloody one, in the nicest possible way of course, by wrapping up warm in one of our superb T-shirts. For a limited festive time only the good folks at Noodle shirt who manufacture and deliver our Tee’s are offering a mighty 15% off.
All you have to do is choose your t-shirt(s) go to the checkout and insert the special coupon code : CHRISTMAS_2012. Your total amount will be slashed with a tasty reduction courtesy of Bloody Cuts and Noodle Shirt… Any problems drop me an email anthony@BloodyCuts.co.uk.
Not only will you receive your top-quality T-Shirt you’ll also get some frosty Christmas address stickers… get shopping whilst Satan… Sorry Santa… is in town.
But wait… there’s even more Christmas presents under this Bloody tree… Pop on over to Noodleshirt.com and you can get the exact same reduction on any of the amazing designs they’ve got in their store. Other brands include the bone crunchingly brilliant “Fat Punk Studio” and the devilishly awesome “Engine-4“.
It’s gonna be a cold winter so why no double up and wrap yourself in some style.
‘Death Scenes’ is the 7th film in the Bloody Cuts anthology of short horror films and as a special Halloween treat we present a trailer for your delectation!
Lynnsmouth Police Station. Detective Collins has an enigmatic and silent killer in custody. ‘John’ is the prime suspect in a series of bizarre and motiveless murders. Are these deaths the work of a psychopathic killer? Or is there more to ‘John’ than Collins could possibly suspect?
‘Death Scenes’ is a dark crime film with a horror twist and is written and directed by Joel Morgan. It stars Robin Berry as ‘John’ and Ayden Callaghan as ‘D.I. Collins’, with Charlie Bond, Paul Jibson and Carol Storey.
The gruesomely brilliant Ryan Connolly reviews Suckablood through last Monday’s Film Riot as part of their 2 minute Halloween Challenge.
If you’re a mutating maverick and want to try your disembodied hand at horror film making, then stop by Film Riot and open a Pandora’s box of tips, tricks, reviews and general cine-awesomeness. Dark Portal to Film Riot
September is shaping up to be a great month for the Bloody Cuts team and we’d like to extend thanks to everyone who has helped us over these last few months, your generosity and support is a thing of horrific splendor.