Exclusive First Look At Our Brand New Blu-ray/DVD set
2 years in the making… We’re pleased to announce the arrival of “truly something special” (Fangoria) on Blu-ray/DVD for the first time ever, the thrilling and horrifying “Eight Tales of Terror From Bloody Cuts”.
‘BRUTALIZED WITH OVER 3 HOURS OF CONTENT‘
Featuring all 8 of our films so far in dazzling High Definition, the set also includes an ‘Extreme Cut’ of “Don’t Move”, available to see for the first time, and an extended version of “The Making of Don’t Move”. With an hour of short films, and over 2 hours of Special Features, it’s the most complete Bloody Cuts package yet.
We’ll be announcing an official release date in due course, alongside a full list of features and a chance to pre-order at a discounted price from the RRP.
For now, enjoy the artwork above and the promise of something wicked, coming this way soon!
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
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…
Those who’ve been paying attention will know Joel Morgan as the eminent and esteemed head writer on the Bloody Cuts series. The man who put terrifying quill to dreadful parchment and summoned forth scripts for Stitches, Prey and Dead Man’s Lake. He’s scripted Death Scenes, the brand new Bloody Cut too, but the difference this time is that he was also calling the shots behind the camera. Here’s what he has to say about the experience. READ MORE
Salvo number seven of the Bloody Cuts horror assault, Death Scenes is a black-as-night noir centred on a battle of wills between Lynnsmouth murder cop Collins and suspected killer ‘John’. Tense as hell and bloodier still, you can watch Death Scenes on this very site from 10pm on Saturday 8 December.
Bloody Cuts will be unleashing its seventh instalment soon, and we’re all excited about you finally getting the chance to see it. The title is Death Scenes, and it’s a tense, taut tale, set primarily within the confines of Lynnsmouth Police Station. And here’s another excerpt from the CID files of that force, this time tying into a more mysterious piece of Bloody Cuts mythology…
The next Bloody Cuts film is Death Scenes, a dark noir that’s equal parts crime mystery and chilling horror. The majority of the film’s action is set in Lynnsmouth Police Station, and as a pre-release titbit, we’re able to bring you those files from Lynnsmouth CID which make the link to some old Bloody Cuts favourites…
Absorb these facts, because they’re very important. The title is Don’t Move. The director is Bloody Cuts mainstay Anthony Melton. The writer is series newcomer David Scullion. A lot of the rest of it still needs to be worked out. Anyway! Read on for Anthony’s thoughts on making the jump to director, plus some exciting news about the premiere of this eighth piece in the Bloody Cuts jigsaw.
The next episode of Bloody Cuts is getting closer and closer. Entitled Death Scenes, it is a horror noir, revolving around some decidedly dark happenings at Lynnsmouth Police Station. And while further details on the story of Death Scenes will have to wait till just a little bit nearer to its release, we’re able to tease it now with some excerpts from the files of Lynnsmouth CID… files featuring some figures familiar to fans of the whole Blood Cuts cycle…
You’ve seen the trailer and read the synopsis, and you’ll doubtless be glad to know that Death Scenes, the seventh episode in the Bloody Cuts cycle, is drawing nearer to release. No firm date has been set as yet, but it will be sooner rather than later. In the meantime, check out three exclusive images. READ MORE