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We’ve been throwing open the files of Lynnsmouth CID, the police force featured in the film, and for this final casebook we’ve alighted upon a series of particularly sinister unsolved killings…

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February 6th, 2013

Film School Rejects calls it ‘more horror brilliance from Bloody Cuts’, while Dread Central reckons it’s ‘another high quality Bloody Cuts slice’. They are, of course, talking about Death Scenes, and if you haven’t seen it yet, do yourself a favour and rectify that right now. Then meet you back here for a Q & A with one of its stars, D.I. Collins, aka actor Ayden Callaghan. READ MORE

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January 20th, 2013

A month ago, Bloody Cuts Films asked you to dig deep and lend your support to our eighth episode, Don’t Move. And lend it you did, and then some – the £2,500 Kickstarter target we’d set being hit with more than a week of fundraising still remaining. But the final curtain has at last come down. The pennies have been counted. And the grand total can now be revealed…   READ MORE

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January 10th, 2013

Hard to imagine how 2013 could have got off to better start for Bloody Cuts. That’s because the Kickstarter campaign we’ve been running for our eighth film, Don’t Move, has just hit its £2,500 target – a full eight days ahead of schedule! Read on for reaction from Bloody Cuts series mastermind Ben Franklin… READ MORE

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January 1st, 2013

Season’s greetings, you soul-devouring reapers of cinematic sin, and welcome ye to another instalment of Bloody Marvellous, the occasional series in which one of the Bloody Cuts team writes about a filmic horror they love to fear. Today it’s the turn of one of the Millennium FX mob, namely special makeup effects artist Kate Walshe, who’s pick of the chops is Twin Peaks: Fire Walk with Me. All yours, Kate… READ MORE

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December 27th, 2012

Today, Bloody Cuts speak to the man with the headache like no other – Reggie, the drug-dealing scum-sucker from Death Scenes (if you haven’t yet, watch it now). Well, actually we’re speaking to the man who plays him, actor Paul Jibson, who’s a very nice chap. But let’s try and keep the nastiness going, eh? This is a horror site after all… READ MORE

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December 24th, 2012

There’s not a character in Death Scenes who undergoes more of a dramatic transformation than Janet (if you’ve not seen it, view this instant). From sweetly slumbering schoolgirl to snarling Lilith bitch in the space of five minutes – that’s some turnaround. Charlie Bond is the actress playing Janet, and here’s what she had to say about her Bloody Cuts debut. READ MORE

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December 21st, 2012

If you’re reading this and you haven’t yet watched Death Scenes, the seventh link in the Bloody Cuts chain of horror, then rectify that this instant. Once you’ve done that, get your freshly-enlightened ass back here for a Q & A with Robin Berry, one of the stars of Death Scenes and also the man behind the mask of that lovably lethal critter, the Suckablood. READ MORE

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December 16th, 2012

December 7th, 2012

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Funding Bloody Cuts

We recently announced that the eighth Bloody Cuts film will be Don’t Move, written by David Scullion and directed by Anthony Melton. That film will be going before the cameras in early 2013, and with preproduction already underway, here’s a word from Bloody Cuts series creator Ben Franklin about its funding. Pay attention too, because you’re going to get an opportunity to get involved… READ MORE

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December 7th, 2012

We hope you’re aware by now that Bloody Cuts episode seven goes by the name of Death Scenes and is coming very soon indeed. How soon? This Saturday. That soon. In the meantime, run your eyeballs over these files from Lynnsmouth CID (the police force featured in Death Scenes), which tie in to some tales from Bloody Cuts past…

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December 4th, 2012
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